I had a strange looking spot come up on my outer right arm near the elbow it truly scared me because the right side received 33 treatments of radiation.
The dermatologist did a biopsy and it was NOT Cancer. I am so glad because I started stressing from the moment she said biopsy.
Everyone needs to pay attention to strange spots on their skin because you never know if it could be cancer or not.
I love the Fitbit Versa it has everything I need and want in a fitness watch.
This was a gift I bought for myself for completing my cancer treatment.
In the past, I have had the Fitbit Charge and the band messed up so Fitbit replaced it with the Fitbit Alta. The Alta was a little smaller than the charge and I never liked it quite as much. It was harder for me to see and seemed more difficult to use.
The Versa has big numbers and everything is set up very conveniently. It does so many things.
If you want to exercise there are 15 different modes. For walking, you just get to that apps for exercise and pick walk and hit start. In the past they have not included bike riding but the Versa includes that and swimming now.
I did see it can store up to 300 songs but I have not gotten into that part yet.
On the main screen, there is the clock, date, heart rate, steps and calorie burn. That is quite convenient if you’re like me and trying to get in those steps each day. The battery seems to last a good 4 days.
The Fitbit Versa is great if you’re looking for a fitness watch that does it all.
2017 has been quite a year for me I’ve had to realize that somethings in life change and are never the same again.
When you surround yourself with positive, caring and loving people your life will always be better.
Most of all I have had some really big obstacles to overcome that I have not blogged about yet but I will be blogging about them soon.
I have a great outlook on life and the future and I hope I can inspire others to do the same. We have to live each day to it’s fullest and never let anyone drag you down.
Happy New Years everyone and may this year be bright and wonderful for us all.
Today is my dad’s birthday he would have been 78 – years old.
He passed away September 1, 2014 – 3 years ago from esophageal cancer right before he would have been 75.
I think the hardest part of my dad dying was that I replay our last conversations over and over in my head.
I have put the pieces together of EVERYTHING he was trying to tell me. My dad was trying to warn me what would happen when he was gone he was trying to prepare me for it. Nothing could ever prepare me for what has happened.
Happy Birthday, DAD, I love you and miss you.