Experience the real-life stories and testimonies of women living with advanced breast cancer by watching the interactive Invisible Woman video above
As we grow, we evolve to find ways to make everyday chores, challenges and routines faster so that we can be more productive in our daily lives. As humans, we have been granted this incredible gift of smart, efficient working to make the most of how we spend our time. But does this make us happy or any more conscious of the things that really matter? Do we truly appreciate the precious gift of time?
Sometimes it takes something big to wake us up. Reaching an important milestone or the death of a loved one. Or being diagnosed with cancer. Can one moment in time encourage us to appreciate the value of the everyday?
For people living with advanced breast cancer, time matters. Time gives people the opportunity to continue enjoying life, fulfilling their purpose amongst loved ones, communities and work. The My Time, Our Time – The Invisible Woman 2.0 initiative explores this through reflection and storytelling.
From immersing oneself fully into the everyday, to redefining ambitions, to embracing the life these women have been given and facing each challenge head on.
Experience the many ways in which women with advanced breast cancer appreciate and live their lives – spending time with loved ones, travelling more and feeling less guilty. Investing in time with friends and make amends…
Explore the meaning of time and feeling alive…
“Time that is lost or not enjoyed is not recovered and, that time, is the greatest treasure we possess. When you have metastatic cancer, time means life; life to love, share, enjoy, fulfil dreams. So, let no one forget to take good advantage of your time.”
“I'm still good company, I'm still a good friend, I can still be a good wife. I can support my kids I can still be a good daughter to my parents, a good sister. That's what I can control and maybe doing that and having a good attitude with the tie I've got left I can make it good quality time”