As a single gal in a modern time, I often compare the experiences in my life to those of Carrie Bradshaw and her three fantastic friends on Sex and the City. While I am not drinking cosmos every night and buying Manolo Blahniks, there have been many times in my life that certainly play out like an SATC episode, with their uncanny parallels in dating, relationships and friendships.
My story is one of those ironic situations where when you hear the whole story, you kind of scratch your head and go WOW.
Jaime Trabbold was a young mom with an infant son when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is her story of losing confidence and finding it again in the most unlikely of places.
This month we are honoring and celebrating the women in the AnaOno community who've been diagnosed with breast cancer. Never one to encourage others to do something I wouldn't do myself, I thought I would start off the month with my own story, which includes the story of how AnaOno began.
Beauty. Confidence. Empowerment. Let's show the world what breast cancer survivors are made of.
Knowing how to perform a breast self-exam won’t save you from the clutches of breast cancer. (If the cancer comes a-calling, you can’t ask it to please move along to someone else. It picked you, and you have to deal with it). But, self-exams can make a dramatic difference in when the cancer is detected. Provided, of course, you actually do them.
The perks that come from AnaOno lingerie, made specially for women with reconstructive surgery after breast cancer, aren't just limited to comfort, allure and fashion, there are also some fundamental differences to the overall fit and features the bras can provide.
AnaOno makes its debut in USA Today: Modern Women Magazine
Do you want that comfy, yet sexy style that can go anywhere? AnaOno's most popular style, the Kelly, gives you all that and more!