Mental Health Awareness day

All Day Mental Health Awareness event raising funds and giving a number of charities the opportunity to spread their message.

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My 2016 “week”

Taking another connection to the movie “One Week”, this blog post follows a cancer patient as he rides a motorcycle through the mountains of BC, with the help of some great companions, 3 Minions, and a Hello Kitty backpack.

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More summer charity events

After my short lack of attendance due to treatments 16, 17, and 18, I am getting back on the charity events bandwagon. Half the season is gone, time to get rolling.

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What I want people to know.

With many of the blogs/web /facebook pages that I have found related to Cancer, they all seem to have this in common. The author’s personal opinion of a top 10 list of things that are pet peeves, or things that they wish people knew. So here is mine…..but it won’t be 10.

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Newsletters from the… monkey?

I was learning about email lists, email campaigns and put out a newsletter focused on mental health.. after 6 months I decided that is was taking content away from the blog content… so, they are all linked here now.

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Charity event update

Short report on how the recent Cancer fundraiser in Drumheller AB went, and some quick notes about upcoming events. The charity ride scene is picking up steam…

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Big Goals

When you want to set some achievement goals as a Cancer patient – go big, or go home.

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Jessie Tylre Williams

Charity Event spotlight – National Concert Series Edmonton

This gala event is raising funds for PTSD initiatives supporting Veterans and First Responders

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VETS

Charity Event Spotlight – Guitars 4 VETS.

Charity Event spotlight will be where I try to talk about events that are close to my heart, and that I hopefully attend, or in future, have a part in organizing.

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Mental Health in 2016

The new year bring challenges to Mental Health, likely for many people – probably why #BellLetsTalk happens in January.

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