In Celebration of Six years Cancer Free. I am a Breast Cancer Survivor. My Crazy Curiosity is taking me on a journey…to explore new things…in new ways…and…to have fun doing it.
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Wii Fit Plus: Staying healthy after Breast Cancer
The Wii Fit has been a great for me. I work out at least 30 minutes a day, and it keeps track of this for me. It knows how many calories I burned. You weigh yourself on the board and it keeps track of how much you lose. You can set goals for yourself and it tells you how well you are doing.
I am a Breast Cancer Survivor with many health limitations and this board is allowing me to do things virtually that I am not able to do in real life anymore. Unless, I want to end up in the hospital. I had enough of that, so virtually works for me and I get a workout.
The Pink Board Cover was a must for me. One because it is pink, it also keeps the board clean and it adds more friction. I bought my board about 300 days ago according to today’s workout. I couldn’t find it in local stores. I bought the board and pink silicone cover from Amazon and was very pleased.
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Athena’s Cup Exceeds 50,000 in Donated Bras for National Breast Cancer Awareness
WOONSOCKET, R.I.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Athena’s Home Novelties, one of the country’s premier adult novelty companies, announced today it has reached a new milestone of more than 50,000 donated bras for its national breast cancer campaign, Athena’s Cup. The campaign seeks to collect 169,000 donated bras in an effort to raise breast cancer awareness and funding, and plans to break the current bra-chain Guinness World Record. Athena’s Cup collects a $5.00 donation with each bra collection with the goal of raising half a million dollars for breast cancer research.
Since its inception, Athena’s Cup has collected more than $50,000 in donations. In 2010, proceeds raised from Athena’s Cup benefitted The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Research Foundation in Rhode Island. Donations to additional local and national breast cancer charities, including the Susan G. Komen For The Cure, are planned for 2011.
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Anyone interested in donating bras directly to Athena’s Cup, send bras, with a $5.00 donation, to Athena’s Home Novelties, 640 Winter Street, Woonsocket, RI, 02895. For more information on other Athena’s Cup events, visit www.athenascup.org.Read more at www.businesswire.com