Ten years ago, cancer almost killed me. Blood donors saved my life. And for that, I just want to say thanks.
Life is full of big milestones and far-off goals. But, as I learned from my experience with cancer, it’s important to appreciate the little MIBs as well — the Moments In Between.
In this video story, I recount the fateful winter day my nearly naked brother and I ran a snowy gauntlet in an attempt to win five bucks… Yeah, looking back it doesn’t make much sense to me either.
Putting in extra effort to make an event or experience extra special is great. But sometimes — like my disastrous attempt to find the perfect Christmas tree for my mom — you can overdo it.
Letting go is tough. But hanging on can leave you stuck in some pretty rotten places — sometimes literally, in my sister Meghan’s case.
Forget the Eiffel Tower: the most memorable parts of my trip to France were trying not to vomit on my host family and learning to choose my words carefully.
Gratitude. What’s so special about it, how can we cultivate more of it in our lives and what does it have to do with a wicked case of diarrhea?
You gotta love instant karma…