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I’m Amy – a wife, mother, blogger, cancer fighter, hair stylist, homemaker, lover of beauty and lover of God. After surviving cancer, I decided that I’m on a quest to LIVE fully. To apply what I’ve learned from the past and remember that I am made NEW! I love living simply and meaningfully, enjoying those little moments that add up and create real LIFE. We never know how many of those sweet moments we have left so I’m all about making them count!




I’m married to Todd, my handsome husband of 16 years. He is a man of purpose and you can read about how he lives it out daily in  his Purposeful Living series.

I also have three precious girls – ages 10, 12, 14. These lovelies are my heart and you will see them pop up from time to time. They bring so much joy that at times I feel I could burst! This blog is also a journal, words of mine written with them in mind in case I ever leave the world behind. You can read my direct letters to them in the Leaving a Legacy series.


Cancer has changed me. I was diagnosed in August 2010 with Stage 3b Breast Cancer (Invasive Lobular Carcinoma). I coped by writing quite honestly and candidly while my readers were by my side supporting me through it all. You can read through my ongoing Cancer Journey here.

I am completely different than I used to be and now I’m finding out what’s truly important to me. How I want to spend my time and energy looks different now. Much of that energy and many of my posts are on how I pursue health in every way – spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically.


I have a completely new outlook because of how my life has changed over the last few years. My posts and thoughts are deeper, but there is also a lightness and silliness that comes with the knowledge that life here is short. I love sharing the small, simple things that bring me joy and make up life – the tidbits that I want captured and recorded for the future. I’d love for you to join me on this journey of living new! Together we can embrace all things simple, allowing us to be present in each moment.


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