Archive for the ‘pink facts’ Category

by Megan Clouse The art of saying thank you sometimes gets lost in our busy days, but I’m a firm believer that our lives are enriched when we slow down just enough to acknowledge something kind.  I send quick thank you’s via text and email for a small deed, a hand written note for something […]

by Megan Clouse One of the great privileges of going through a struggle is to come out at the other end of it all and have the opportunity to share tips and encouragement to others who are embarking on a new diagnosis. Last month I was invited to speak to a group of women in […]

by Megan Clouse There’s a chance that all of the hours I’ve logged watching America’s Next Top Model, Project Runway and Sex and the City are going to pay off next month when I get to strut down a fashion show runway!  By all means I’m no model, but luckily neither are the other 30 […]

by Megan Clouse I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again and again… dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis is nothing like I thought it would be.  It’s much more involved, even with the cancer gone and life back to normal. Two weeks ago I went in for some more reconstruction surgery; to remove […]

by Megan Clouse Most of us only think of picking up our point-n-shoot camera when there is a celebration or goofy family moment, but as a photographer, I can appreciate the importance of documenting all of the moments even the ones that aren’t full of smiles.  It might feel awkward at the time, but I […]

by Megan Clouse Back when I was young(er) and carefree I never gave one second of worry about trans fats, high fructose corn syrup or cancer for that matter but as my age has increased so has my awareness on the food that I eat.  I really started paying close attention after my cancer diagnosis […]

by Megan Clouse The current issue of Town & Country magazine poses the question “What’s Your Cause?” on its July 2010 cover with front to back pages filled with stories of everyday people (and some a bit more famous) making a difference in their community and around the world! One story in particular (Harlem’s Cancer […]