Have You Checked Your Breasts?

Untitled Report (2)The month of October has been a very special month for my family and I. It holds a very, very special place in my heart. A couple of years ago, my aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer. This indescribable piece of news left my family initially devastated but then encouraged to face it head on.

After a very invasive surgery and several rounds of chemo and radiation, I am thrilled to report that she is recovering, in good health and in remission! She is so excited because this month she is able to celebrate her first October as a Breast Cancer Survivor! This October 25 & 26, my aunt, mother and I will be walking in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer to bring awareness and support for those who are suffering from and survivors of breast cancer.

It is very important to me that women and men constantly take notice of any change within their bodies. If you notice any sort of abnormalities, please inform your spouse/loved one and your doctor immediately. By constantly staying in tuned with your body, you might be able to catch any inconsistencies early. Early detection is the leading cause for a higher survival rate.

If you are unsure what the signs are or ways to lessen your ability to be diagnosed with breast cancer, please click on the images below.

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As you may know, I try to bring attention to causes that I hold near and dear to my heart (ex. Lupus/Fibromyalgia Foundation, Breast Cancer awareness, etc.). This year, I wanted do something special and totally awesome! I have decided to take off 20% of all my VA services. Yes, you read this correctly. All of my VA services are discounted by 20%!

If you would like to take advantage of this October special, please follow the directions below.

  • Sign-up for the discount on the on the right-hand side
  • Like Sassy & Savvy and Charlotte Enterprise FB page

We may not be able to find a cure for every disease or ailment that exists. However, we a bring awareness, support and comfort to those who have yet to be and have been effected by them.

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