Health Tag

Dear Friends, We are blessed to have many amazing individuals in our community who often tell us stories about their lives during a Living Made Easy seminar. Often the experiences they share come alive for us as if we were there. On the first Blog of 2024,...

I hadn’t been feeling well for some time. I was exhausted, sleep did not recharge my batteries and work had become almost impossible. Then, in June, I was diagnosed with Waldenström macroglobulinemia, a rare type of blood cancer, named after the Swedish scientist Jan Gösta...

Many people find themselves navigating the challenge of having aging parents. It’s tough to witness a loved one’s frailty, particularly when he or she has dementia. When speaking with those who are struggling with their parent’s decline, I have come to suggest treasuring the gems...

As I am getting older, I see many of my friends struggling with aging parents or parents that have passed away. I feel very lucky to have met Ariel & Shya Kane when I was in my early thirties. It transformed the relationship I had...

This year, several people from the Transformation community are participating in the Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer. We will be walking 39.3 (!) miles to raise funds that support breast cancer research, treatment, and prevention. The members of Team Transformation met at the...

Last weekend I met Paula, a friend of mine who had had the last session of her second chemotherapy cycle the week before after having been diagnosed with breast cancer early on this year. She is a wonderful teacher and amazing artist. We met some...