I love juicing. I love raw juices. I love eating greens: raw, steamed, cooked, you name it! . . . I also HATE juicing. I hate the labor intensive job that it can be in the middle of busy days. How else do I gain the numerous benefits from juicing?
We sit. We wonder. We may even come to conclusions. Irregardless of what IT is . . . there’s a reality . . . so we REACH. . .
Staying Healthy Amidst the Hysteria
The much wanted, much asked for Luelf’s go-to's for staying well and my “flu/cold/virus season” arsenal.
You Are A ‘Victim’
“You are a victim.” I stood there with every fiber in me wanting to fight back with words to make every argument that I wasn’t a victim. Instead, I stood there silently allowing the words to penetrate my walls so that I could see what they saw.
May 2018 Update: Cancer Freedom
“Well, there is nothing to discuss because there is nothing to talk about! . . . So what are you going to do with the rest of your life?"
On The Road Again . . .
Reflections as we hit the road again.
A Year in Review: 2017 Team & Protocol
2017 A Year in Review: The Dream Team. To overcome Stage 4 Cancer we created a team to help us on my healing path. Here is the approach we took to overcome Stage 4 Cancer once again.
A Year In Review: 2017 Recurrence
Experiencing Cancer Out Loud by Ryan D. Luelf HINDSIGHT IS 20/20 Driving forward by analyzing the past. Last Fall 2017 Caroline and I sat with a friend and cancer mentor, Theo, to review our cancer journey. We even sent a version of this review as our very first email newsletter/update to our subscribers . . … Continue reading A Year In Review: 2017 Recurrence
Flowing from Within
Reality is ever redefining. It can literally change from one second to the next. . . and if we choose to change how we perceive our reality - that change of perception - will impact our life in more ways than one could imagine.
The Kiss: #ExperiencingCancerOutLoud
No matter our day, no matter our challenges each day we get to decide who we are and who we choose to be. Our choices dictate our being, our being dictates what we do and what we do dictates what we have.