Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women today. For women of all ages, the breast self-exam is a useful tool that is easy to do. It is used to look for unusual lumps, skin changes, or discharge. For most women, once-a-month exams are easy to remember, with the best time being about one week after the start of a period.
It’s been a while since I posted about my girl, Kimberly Fleming, founder of Keep It Moving Fitness, but that time has come again. Lately, I have found myself looking for some sort of fitness inspiration when last week I received a lovely email her online personal training studio. Kim is offering FREE online personal training to readers of She Makes Cents via PowHow. PowHow is an online site that joins like-minded people with instructors who can provide feedback, motivation, and community through live online classes. Click here for more information and to see a complete list of Packages and Classes. Use coupon code: shemakescentsto access your FREE class. I myself am looking forward to her “Abs, Core, & Nothing More” class to get myself into shape just in time for SpelHouse homecoming 2012!
Imagine a world where beauty is a source of confidence, not anxiety.
Dove® is committed to building positive self-esteem and inspiring all women and girls to reach their fullpotential—but we need your help.They are building a movement in which women everywhere have the tools to take action and inspire each other and the girls in their lives. It could be as simple as sending a word of encouragement to a girl in your life or supporting self-esteem education in your town. From mentoring the next generation to celebrating real beauty in ourselves and others, we can open a world of possibilities for women and girls everywhere.
Join V-103, 1380 WAOK, and the American Cancer Society at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on Saturday, October 6th in Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park!
Last year's walk attracted more than 18,000 participants including thousands of breast cancer survivors, and raised $1.2 million dollars. Help fight breast cancer-get involved with Making Strides by going to makingstrideswalk.org and signing up to walk on the CBS Radio Atlanta team!
As busy as I have been, I wanted to take a moment and recognize the heroes of September 11th. This is in memory of all those who lost their lives on that day and in honor of the ones who rose as heroes when the buildings fell. Today is a reminder that tomorrow is not promised, so live life to the fullest and never miss an opportunity to tell people you love them.
-She Makes Cents