Deborah welcome

welcome to

365 days
of messages

In February 2018 I was diagnosed with an aggressive type of Breast Cancer. It was a shock to me and totally unexpected, but it also shocked those I loved too. After surgery my house soon became a florist and full of cards with touching messages. Sadly after a time the flowers died and the cards were put in a drawer – I continued to read them from time to time when I felt low and it made me want to help others who were going through troubling times just as I had.

Don't be kind for 1 day, be kind for 365.

When caring for someone you know with cancer you may not know what to say in a card, and you also don’t want to put your well intentioned foot in it. Now you don’t have to worry.

You can purchase 365 days of messages for yourself or a loved one – at the cost of a bunch of flowers.

The daily messages are supportive, uplifting and full of practical tips from one patient to another. Encouraging a cancer patient on.

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365 DAYS OF

Breast Cancer

365 days of Breast Cancer

Send your loved one a supportive message a day. Going through breast cancer is tough, making life easier helps.
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Nutrition

365 days of Nutrition

Looking after yourself never got easier. Receive a message a day to learn about the best nutrition for you...
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Cancers

365 days of Cancers

Send your loved one a supportive message every day for a year. Cancer can be a long journey, making life easier helps.
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Brighter Thinking

365 days of Brighter Thinking

Improve your thoughts and your positivity to help you during troubled days with a brighter way of thinking
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