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It’s Always a Good Time When..'re hanging out with a group of ostomy people. Ever notice how much more fun ostomates are?  Maybe it's because those with the ostomies have had to go through so much in the past that they live life to the fullest. Or maybe it's because we...

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For the Love of Friends and Food

There's nothing better than enjoying some great food with some amazing friends. Tonight I had the pleasure of spending my evening with two of my friends Kaitlin and Lauren. We cooked, we drank, we ate, we laughed, and had an amazing night. [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="311" caption="Kaitlin...

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A Bad Case of the Crazies

Phew. That is all I could think the morning of Tuesday, May 1st, the day my mother and I hit the road in a 10 foot Uhaul, en-route to Toronto. After living on a couch in a studio apartment with a wonderful friend who graciously took me in for...

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I Better Get Used to It

I have just gotten back to NYC after an amazing spring break in Toronto. I saw many of my closest friends, hung out with my fam, and had an amazing time with my boyfriend. I even have some exciting  news from this week, but I'll...

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Gotta Love the Cycle of Fashion Trends

... Let's just hope the disaster that was the 90's fashion craze of belly tops and MC Hammer pants never returns. As you all know, I was back in Toronto last week to get myself checked out for various medical issues I was having. Surprise- nothing's wrong...

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Dear Followers, Lend Me Your Story!

This time next week I will be speaking at the Rachel M. Flood Ostomy and Wound Care conference titled, Supporting the Patient’s Journey: Living With an Ostomy at Mt. Sinai Hospital, in Toronto. As the title suggests, I will be speaking to a large group...

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Time is Relative.

I’ve officially been living in New York City for a month now. I have been living here for 4 weeks- 30 days-720 hours. Nope. No matter how I do the math, it still feels like I’ve been living here for 3 days. These past few weeks have flown by-probably...

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My Blood is a Mixture of Liquid Sugar and Diet Coke.

Maybe that’s why I’m so sweet? Ha. Kidding. Over the past little while I’ve been told (maybe by one certain individual..cough cough) that I have no emotions and have lost my capacity for empathy and blah blah blah. So it makes sense that my veins are filled with...

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Eye Opening Experience

Tomorrow afternoon I am having eye surgery. For years and years I have endured rude questions, comments, and jokes because people think I am half Asian. “Yes, my eyes are small, but no,” I say, “Both my parents are white and I am not adopted.” “Are you sure?” “Yes,...

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