Category Archives: Go Vegan!
I’m having a very sad-sack kind of day. I’m working (very slowly) on a book about my cancer experience and it’s really difficult to revisit. Dipping my toe back into a dark pond of grief is tough stuff so I … Continue reading
We recently dissolved the Victoria Vegan Fest Society (I don’t have the energy to do another festival) and I took my portion of the $$ and sent it to Janice Gillett over at Hearts on Noses Pig Sanctuary. Sanctuary work … Continue reading
Hello my Loves! My publishers are probably not going to do any more reprints of LDV so if you’ve thought about buying a copy or want to buy an extra copy just in case – now is the time. I … Continue reading
In 2008 I was so famous that people would talk to me while I was peeing in the stall. 😜 She said through the door “Are you Sarah Kramer??” I said “Yes, but let’s talk after I’m done peeing.” 😂 … Continue reading
Our winter session for ENCORE After Breast Cancer Exercise Program runs Jan 26th to March 26th. If you know a breast cancer survivor in the area who might benefit from the class – please send them my way! The course … Continue reading
I’m turning 50 this summer and to celebrate I am only doing things this year that make me feel good. 😍 First order of business is I made an appointment for a Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage at Sacred Space. #theyearofsarahbeing50
Here’s a little article about ENCORE!! Click picture to see larger version. 😉 With the help of our wonderful Tattoo Zoo clientele we were able to raise $2500 for the ENCORE Program and $2500 for Callanish Cancer Retreats.
4 years ago today I finished chemotherapy for breast cancer. Chemo was a mountain I thought I would never get to the top of. It required the kind of endurance and intestinal fortitude I didn’t know I had… At one point … Continue reading
Jan of 2014 I was freshly finished with cancer treatment. I had no hair, eyebrows, lashes or any physical strength whatsoever. I was a mess. I enrolled in the ENCORE After Breast Cancer Exercise Program and the second I walked … Continue reading