All Posts by Todd

Cancer Survivorship Plan

Very little about Cancer Survivorship has been discussed with the growing need for guidance not only for lymphoma survivors but cancer survivors in general. This has been tough as a survivor because all the resources and information that’s online is fragmented and scattered throughout the internet. This makes the information pretty hard to find and […]

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Are Biopsies Painful?

I’ve been getting involved in the support groups and chats through Reddit and Facebook lately. I think some of you probably know how I feel about my Facebook usage. It’s been important for me as a survivor to start being involved. There’s a lot of people that are really confused and scared about the process […]

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Why it’s important to know your “WHY”

It’s safe to say that I was a pretty lost soul after getting out of the hematology floor at Presbyterian St. Luke’s in Denver. Of course, I was excited about the fact that I was alive and able to share my story. The reality was a very scary proposition. I essentially came out of the […]

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Fortunat times

They say that life is full of peaks and valleys, highs and lows.  After this last month, I am a complete believer in that! July 25th, my dad and I went up to Charlotte Queen Adventures to do a little salmon fishing around the Queen Charlotte Island in BC and enjoy a little time away […]

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People are Scared to ask Questions

I was really fortunate to grow up in a good community. A small community where you knew everyone and everyone knew you. With that, also comes gossip and the quintessential nosy neighbor.
 Now, I don’t consider this a bad thing.
 When I was diagnosed, and as word spread, I would encounter people that were very […]

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MTNMeister Podcast

So around mid May 2014, I did an interview for a new sports Podcast called MTN Meisters. I did this interview with Russell and Ben for a number of reasons. From telling my story about growing up in Breckenridge Colorado to talking about Snowboarding’s history, to bringing awareness to Hodgkins Lymphoma through my story. We […]

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ESPN Story

Hey… I wanted to get a quick post out about an interview I did for ESPN… While I was going through treatment, I ended up doing an interview with a friend Devon O’neal for ESPN online. This story is about my professional snowboarding career and re-discovering my purpose as a cancer patient. I remember vividly […]

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2 A Sedated Life: Life before Lymphoma

A Sedated Life definition: A life with no Meaning or Purpose. I wanted a good way to explain how a life that has no meaning or purpose is supposed to sound.  A life that just exists in time. And “A Sedated Life” was really the best combination of words that could explain where I  am […]

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How’s your Life Balance?

Life Balance, Really? I don’t know about you, but more often than not my life feels like it is absolute chaos. Life Balance seems to be the furthest things away that i’m thinking about. There aren’t many constant things or events that happen. Aside from death and taxes the only other one I can think […]

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Life Balance

Life Balance As I have been working through the mental and physical opticals that I have encountered along my journey, an aspect that I have really worked on is finding the Life Balance that I want. First MODERATION. For example, Alcohol is one of those things that in excess have contributed to bad decisions. It’s […]

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