In July 2010, I went from being a 25-year-old-living-it-up-in-the-city to a role I hadn’t even briefly imagined for myself: cancer patient. Sitting in the doctor’s office on that fateful day, I became aware of my nerves only after I was told the results of the routine chest x-ray ordered to investigate some difficulty breathing were ‘serious’. A large tumour occupied my entire right chest cavity.
One year later, 100 Resolutions has garnered a strong following, and morphed into more than a record of a cancer survivor's resolve. I learned that each of us has encountered some upset, change in our path, life-altering event, existential crisis, that prompts our resolve to live with more compassion, appreciation and awareness. 100+ Resolutions is a record of that commitment that resides in all of us.