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I have been MIA from the blogging world for quite some time now. The last couple of months have truly been a busy one for me. With the holiday season fast approaching, as a designer, I have to stay focused. This is the time of the year when we try to meet our end of the year financial goal.
It is really a challenging time. But I am always up for the challenge. Not only have I been working on coming out with new jewelry, but I have also been working on photo shoots for my jewelry line. I honestly believe that the photo shoots are more work than designing and making the jewelry pieces.
I just wanted to say a quick hello and tell you to look out for the Holiday campaign coming soon!
As always, thanks for taking time out of your day to read my blogs 💋
“Annual mammograms can detect cancer early — when it is most treatable. In fact, mammograms show changes in the breast up to two years before a patient or physician can feel them. Mammograms can also prevent the need for extensive treatment for advanced cancers and improve chances of breast conservation.”
Most women do not think about getting mammograms or even checking their breast when they are under the age of 40. I can understand that because your insurance does not allow a mammogram until the age of 40 unless medically necessary. Also, if you have to pay out-of-pocket, it can be quite expensive. However, how will you know it’s a necessity unless you get the exam? You don’t always feel a lump in your breast unfortunately.
Last year I was resting on my chaise lounge recovering from my fourth fibroid surgery when for some reason I decided to feel my right breast and I felt a lump. I was like, “wait a minute.”. I had never felt that before, so I kept feeling the lump all night and of course as most of us do…I was Googling possible diagnosis. The only thing I could say was “God, I have enough medical issues, I do not need yet another one.”
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