Caregiver Resources

We learned the hard way that you don’t know what you don’t know. As we made discoveries, we put our talents to work and started creating resources. We started with this podcast and then developed the gratitude journal.

Right now, we’re working on a Caregiver Action Plan and a guide for building your cancer support team. We’re on a mission to share every bit of what we’ve learned in an effort to help others. Dealing with cancer is hard.  It is our hope that these resources will help to elimate undue stress as you learn how to navigate a world with cancer. We highly recommend downloading these resources and letting them guide you in your new cancer caregiver journey.

Caregiver Action Plan

Caregiver Action Plan

Boy do I wish I had a guide of how to plan to get myself and my household more organized when we started our cancer journey.  The cancer treatment centers do a great job treating the cancer.  However, the patient spends more time at…

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Self-Care Planner

Self-Care Planner

Your self-care is vital to the health of your entire family as you work to fill yet another role; caregiver. Your family is depending on you in more ways than usual right now. It is not easy to juggle your job, your family and all of…

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Free Gratitude Journal

Free Gratitude Journal

We know first hand that your mindset is one of your biggest assets in this fight against cancer. In our household, we speak openly about mental health, attitude, outlook, being grateful and so much more. It has helped us…

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Our first resource and gift to you is our FREE Gratitude Journal

Cancer effects more than the physical body of the person with the diagnosis. Cancer effects the entire family both physically and mentally.

We’re firm believers that your attitude effects your outcome. We want you, the caregiver, to put your mental health and self care in the forefront of your mind. This gratitude journal is designed to help guide your thoughts throughout the day.

Remember, that the more grateful you are, the more you have to be grateful for. Yes, even now, when your loved one has cancer.