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November, 2014:

There are writers and then there is…

Susannah Breslin.

Probably one of the most ‘real’ writings I’ve ever read about a woman surviving breast cancer. I’ve been following her for a couple of years now absorbing her writings from the business side of pornography, to self analysis of why you need to look deeply as to what you do for work, to surviving cancer. She does it all with a sharp, very sharp, biting writing style. This last piece, just published on Men’s Health, is a cumulation of this. Hotly crafted pure expression about her personal experience that she has tapped into and put done in an unmistakable style of writing it is all her own. Absolutely incredible writing. Go. Read. Now.

What Surviving Cancer REALLY taught Her
“After my cancer experience, I kept waiting for the divine epiphany…”

NOTE: Susannah Breslin is NOT for the faint, weak of heart, or those who can’t deal with sexuality. And not for anyone under 16. Also if you are looking for amazing tips on how to get yourself motivated for employment, check out her past writings on

What is Movember?

Movember 'stache

Hello everyone!
I wanted to write a quick little note telling everyone why am I posting all these photos everyday of my face with a mustache growing on it. Since 2004, the event which happens throughout the month of November, is to raise awareness about men’s health. While for some years there has been focus on specific men’s health issues, like prostate cancer, testicular cancer and depression, the main focus has been to simply bring awareness to men’s health. One of the main reasons is because the average life expectancy of a man in the US is about 76.2 years. For women it’s 81. Another scary fact of men’s health is that 12.1% of men 18 years and over are in fair or poor health. The originators of the movement have more facts and claifcation on their website here:

So why am I growing a mustache and posting photos of it? While I do enjoy all the comments about how I look like a creeper and what not, what I would like for people to take away from this is to have a discussion with a man you know and love about their health. Check in with that man. Ask him if he has had his yearly physical. Ask about how they are feeling. That’s what I’m asking you to do. I don’t want to ask you for money or for you to contribute anything to me. No, just go and talk to a man in your life about his health. That’s all there is to it.

If you want to learn more about the Movember movement read more about it here:


Thanks for reading.