A Canadian triathlete, trying to navigate training and life after ovarian cancer
Educating and spreading awareness through my story to help you realize that you can do hard things
A Canadian triathlete and teacher who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at the age of 28. This blog tackles the highs and lows of navigating cancer as a young woman and an athlete. Read more about me in my “about me” post.
- What to do if someone in your life is diagnosed with cancer“Someone in my life has just been diagnosed with cancer, Gillian, what do I do?” This is BY FAR the question I get the most on social media and on my blog. People want to be there for their loved ones,Continue reading “What to do if someone in your life is diagnosed with cancer”
- A Cancer Survivor’s Worst NightmareIf you are a cancer survivor, you already know what I am talking about. But for everyone else, a cancer survivor’s worst nightmare is a re-occurrence. After my cancer surgery and chemotherapy in 2019, I lived with the fear ofContinue reading “A Cancer Survivor’s Worst Nightmare”
- Menopause before 30Menopause, yes, I am talking about it!It is so much more than people think it is, and not something that is widely talked about. After my cancer diagnosis and hysterectomy at the age of 28, my body went from theContinue reading “Menopause before 30”