Jill Johns is a breast cancer survivor and women’s advocate. She lives in Statesboro with her wildly supportive husband and four ridiculously busy children. When she’s not working on one of her professional endeavors, she dabbles in paleo cooking, travels extensively and reads every self-improvement book she can find.
When you have breast cancer, your body is constantly being poked, prodded, cut and poisoned. Even when treatment is complete, your body still feels foreign, uncomfortable and tense. Becoming [...]More Info
One of the main frustrations voiced by mastectomy patients prior to going for surgery is that they don’t feel like they have enough “good” information about what to bring to the [...]More Info
Letter to the Editor: I would like to respectfully submit my professional opinion on the recent Associated Press story in the Statesboro Herald and in the national news, with regards […]More Info
We hope your answer to that questions is “ATTENDING TRESSES & DRESSES”. This fun-filled event takes place from 6-8 pm in the Occupational Studies Building at Ogeechee Technical [...]More Info
Laughter. Conversation. Stories. Support. Camaraderie. Good food. A pause in time. Perspective. Gratitude. That’s what you get when you attend a Breast Cancer Survivor dinner. We’re [...]More Info
My head is down I’m driven and focused I’m a mom, a wife, a friend I am invincible I sit on committees I volunteer time I’m a business owner and […]More Info
Before we begin, I have a few disclaimers: 1) I can only blog from my perspective. While many things I experience will ring true for others, my experience is my […]More Info