I am proud to introduce “Hello Courage™” my new online store for everyone especially breast cancer patients and survivors! My goal is to continue to bring realistic awareness about the challenges of breast cancer as I have done with my Blog. You can log into my store through my blog, at www.hellocourage.com or click the logo in this post! It is a secure shop run by Shopify, so no worries and it accepts all major credit cards and PayPal. Opening special – FREE SHIPPING on all orders to USA and for Blog Readers only: 20% off all purchases – use Discount Code: BLOG at checkout. Currently, I ship internationally to Australia, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, and United Kingdom.
My shop is dedicated to all of you – all of my Blog Readers have given me so much courage and hope!
Designing my own store was a logical transition especially because I spent hours upon hours of research to find items for myself during Mastectomy, Chemo, Radiation and ongoing Lymphedema. For years I’ve been an ebay and Amazon seller with 100% positive feedback, so I have had a lot of practice!
The logo came to me in a flash one day as I realized a pink ribbon was only the beginning. The rest of the journey was about COURAGE. I have items that have my logo on them – T Shirts, Tote Bags and Note Cards to bring awareness and courage to everyone. I will be expanding my greeting card line because so often friends and family have no idea what to say to cancer patients. I now know what cancer patients need to hear! Also, I have jewelry that everyone will love, cute and different Chemo Caps, Inspirational Items, and some practical items for undergoing breast surgery.
And all kinds of Chemo Caps – here are a few:
I sure hope you like www.hellocourage.com A portion of all sales go toward donating chemo caps to women who have no means to purchase them.
And a health update – I just had another 3 month checkup by not one but three Oncologists! This is the benefit of being a patient in a University setting! All of them said, “You are doing well.” Praise God!
Love, courage and hope to all, Denise