inspired by Philly gig

I was happily inspired to see some of the gals getting lime light on what my ex use to call the Rubber Chicken circuit. Meals paid, cushy hotel room  in Philly  (love Philly folk) use of the facilities, IE sauna/ spa rooms.

I don’t know if any one else has been approached to blog for a health organization before. If so, what does it entail? I just was watching a report about housing problems in the USA and gas crunch. It was a how to survive story. Being a natural cancer survivalist I listened to the half lame advise of Augmenting my income.

Augmentation has an entirely different meaning in breast cancer. Augmented breast are way different than augmented income. So I ponder how I as  cancer patient can get a little fun money without losing my face to ad sense or the like. I am not even promoting my own star on Stand up to cancer. I don’t want to spin my wheels. But the attraction of blogging, which I love to do anyway and get paid for my input seems right up my alley. However, I know I am walking into this situation a bit blind, not knowing what to expect exactly.

Feel reminiscent of my first breast doc appointment. Unsure of what was really going on at first. Any clue?  Let me know via a comment or a private e-mail what I should be looking out for.  ie copyright, picture on promotional items, I don’t need my sweetie to be the poster child for breast cancer. That is where I draw the line, but maybe you could help me draw some other lines that you have faced that I will be shortly confronted with. ( please don’t cringe that I ended the sentence with a preposition) I might have bigger fish to fry than I am aware of.

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One Response to inspired by Philly gig

  1. cancervisa says:

    Hi Cancervisa,

    I’m the Product Management Intern at Trusera, a network of people sharing real-world health experiences.

    We’re currently focusing on building a breast cancer community and are looking to recruit bloggers to assist us.

    I’m extremely interested in adding you to the mix. I’ve read through your blog and really think you can add a lot of helpful information to the Trusera site. The stories you’ve shared about your personal experiences with breast cancer are very interesting and informative, and would surely benefit others with similar issues. We are certainly prepared to pay you for your time.

    If you’re interested please contact me at watson@trusera.com and I’ll gladly explain the details of the program to you.

    If you’d like to check out Trusera,
    our website is http://www.trusera.com

    Take care,

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