I was diagnosed with breast cancer 4 years ago. Within just 3 weeks, I had a double mastectomy.
I created Somebunny
I'm on a mission to help women fighting breast cancer.
I found that breast surgery comfort items were super expensive and hard to find. I ended up sewing my own drain pocket shirts. Through that, I saw there was a huge need for these shirts. This year, almost 43,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. That’s 1 in 8 women. Here in Colorado, the numbers are higher at 1 in 6. So, I created my company, Somebunny, with a mission to help women fighting breast cancer. This past year I’ve launched a website with comfort products and a curated gift shop, developed wholesale accounts, I’m on Social media and developed a podcast based on humor and mental health awareness. I want to help women feel like the hero of their story through authenticity. I am incredibly excited to announce a non-profit side of the business. Somebunny Cares is doing fundraising to help give shirts at no cost to women facing surgery. So now I ask you to help me get the word out there! Somebunny is growing, but I still need to get some real legs under the business. I would love to be included in collaboration and fundraising events. Working with cancer centers, boutiques and hospitals. So, let’s connect!
Check us out at www.somebunnyawesome.com
On all social @somebunnyawesome.
Listen to Hannah’s Superbad Podcast on Apple & Spotify.
Life. Playing by the rules, doing the right thing, working hard and striving to be a good person can give us a sense of control and security. At least that is what Leah believed until she was diagnosed with advanced ovarian and breast cancer when she was 46 years old. She quickly realized that life is truly precarious - filled with uncertainty and dependent on chance. Through hearing other's stories of their precarious moments, we realize that this is actually what connects us as human beings. There is beauty in the struggle.
To hear more attend Leah's weekly Living with Cancer Virtual Support Group for Women at Soul Agency or check out Leah's podcast here.
Holly is an avid birder, educator, writer, lecturer, and cancer survivor who credits Ornitherapy in helping to save her life. Holly used mindful birdwatching—Ornitherapy—as a powerful tool in fighting cancer and credits the technique as a frontline weapon in restoring and maintaining good physical and mental health. She is lead author on a book on the subject, aptly called Ornitherapy: For Your Mind, Body, and Soul, which guides readers into deeper connections to the birds around them.
Holly co-authored, Onritherapy: For Your Mind Body Soul with an internationally acclaimed birder and photographer Richard Crossley.
For more information check out her book Ornitherapy in our Mindful Birding Gift Box or experience Holly's birding magic by attending her guided Mindful Birding excursions with Soul Agency in Pennsylvania.
Sapna Von Reich
Sapna Von Reich is a certified Food for Life instructor for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. She holds a additional certification in plant-based nutrition from the Center for Nutrition Studies at eCornell. She is a lifestyle health coach and well-known plant-based food educator in Northern Colorado. She enjoys teaching nutrition and cooking to all ages. She also offers one-on-one consultations and private cooking classes. Sapna is working to integrate fresh, healthy, and inspired cuisine into the lives of all her students and clients. She believes that good food doesn’t need to be complicated and has made it her mission to help others balance health and lifestyle.
Check out her virtual Cancer Prevention Cooking Class here on Soul Agency or see her other in person and virtual offerings on her website below.