Six Months Ago, I did 7 Things to Reboot My Life.
Wil Wheaton

This hit home for me harder than I expected. Six months ago my husband didn’t have glioblastoma. And out of nowhere we discovered its existence the first week of March. He’s done so many things right with his health, habits and exercise. But I have not. And yet he’s the one with a target on his brain. And now I can’t afford to fall apart too. For him. For our kids. Your goals are reasonable and doable. And you presented a good framework. With the situation at hand, I’ve felt compelled, but overwhelmed as to where to start, while keeping up with everything that has now become part of my everyday reality. Thanks for providing an idea I can start with and tweak for my own.

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