First blog post

So… what has led me here you ask? Well, just as my main title says I’m here to create my future.

In fact, not just to create a future, but to create a movement!

I’m completely out of my comfort zone with blogging but here it goes…

I’m Tash (Natasha), a 30-year-old who just happens to have survived 5 cancers so far. Yes, you read that correctly… 5 big C’s in just under 14 years of being alive.

if-you-dont-get-killed-its-a-lucky-day-for-anybody-quote-1Okay, so I’m not here to moan and be all ‘woe is me’ before you start getting bored; I’m here to make some BIG changes. 

And now I will cut to the chase… 

I have experienced a hell of a lot with regards to health in the last few years and I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly of it all. Having been there, done that and bought the many t-shirts I am striving to turn all my negatives in to some huge positives for a wider audience.

I WANT TO IMPROVE SURVIVAL RATES OF CANCER PATIENTS WORLDWIDE!!!!

And the best part?

I KNOW I CAN DO IT!!!!

I’m in the midst of doing my life coaching qualifications, getting endorsements and support from doctors I’ve dealt with in the past, I have the full support of university staff from where I graduated and now I’m looking for public support and further endorsements to go ahead and change how patients are treated and to help SAVE LIVES. 

SO WHAT IS IT I ACTUALLY INTEND TO DO????

I intend to empower some of the most vulnerable people and lift them up to a state where they feel on top of the world, filled with abundance and ready to fight the good fight. 

I want them to see themselves as an unshakable force that will not be beaten down by statistics, opinions of medical staff (because that’s what they are folks, they’re just OPINIONS!!). Yes there are facts involved, but it I’d had listened to the statistics of others, I’d certainly be dead by now. 

I also want to work with doctors and governing bodies to CHANGE things. 

I’m not going to lie, I’ve had some awful things happen to me and I’m sure my fellow ‘C’ buddies have experienced similar things. 

From being let go from jobs ‘because of having cancer’, to being turned down for jobs ‘because being an EX ‘C’ patient somehow deems you as unreliable’. From medical staff telling you a million different things and not just being straight with you, to said staff not seeking out the facts before they try to drum it into your head that you should have sorted out your funeral plan before your diagnosis. 

I will happily elaborate on these things at a later date, but for now all I want people to know is that I’m on a mission and I’m seeking your support and help so that I can further help others and be seen as the authority that helped increase the life spans of many people. 

For me, knowledge is power and instilling that in others and helping them make informed decisions about their lives, instead of feeling like they have to be a back seat passenger is important. 

And with that, I will leave you all to it…

Remember though, no matter what happens in your life #make like Dory

and 

JUST KEEP SWIMMING!! 

Love and Hugs xoxoxo