The tools I use to make the breast cancer life easier….

Fitness

Noom: This paid app helps you live a healthy lifestyle by focusing on habit-creation to establish life-long diet and exercise changes. Review >>>

Weight Watchers: An inexpensive and user-friendly app that assigns “points” to foods to cut out calorie-counting and make it easier to lose weight. Review >>>

Yoga Download: Getting to a studio is time-consuming and costly, but Yoga Download lets you work out with some of the best yoga instructors from the comfort of home. Review >>> 

Meal Delivery Services

Dinnerly: A no-frills delivery service that still offers high quality ingredients to delicious recipes, all delivered to your house for you to cook.

Martha & Marley Spoon: Choose the gourmet recipes you want to eat, and they deliver the ingredients and instructions to your home.

Blue Apron: High quality ingredients for delicious recipes sent to your home with easy to follow instructions. The only meal service that let’s you buy gift cards for family and friends without making them sign up for a recurring plan. 

GroceryDelivery Services

Butcher Box: Get 100% Grass-fed & Grass-finished Beef, Heritage Breed Pork and Free-range Organic Chicken delivered to your door. Review >>> 

Thrive Market: Organic pantry staples and personal products delivered for 30-50% of the price at the grocery store. Review >>>

Breast Cancer Shopping

The Breast Cancer Site: I love buying from this retailer because a portion of every purchase funds mammograms. It’s a great way to give back. 

AnaOno Lingerie: Breast Cancer changes our breasts forever, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still look and feel sexy in a bra! Review >>>

Etsy: There are all kinds of handmade breast-cancer-related items for sale here, and many are made by women directly impacted by the disease. Shop >>>

Mosaic Blankets: There’s so much anxiety that comes with a breast cancer diagnosis, and these blankets help calm my nerves. Review >>> 

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