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My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018

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This time a year ago I was losing my balance as tumours permeated my brain. Today I feel well, energised, focused, dare I say ‘normal’. And I just got my latest scan results. All is well. No change since last time. Brain clear but for a tiny spot. Rest of me rocking along nicely considering cancer is still flowing through my veins. Mightily relieved as the road rolls out in front of me. And this is my first blog since Christmas because my life went boom (again)!

In January I finished writing my book. In February I led my first More To Life weekend course (my fave thing to do) in two years. In March I led an international leadership retreat in Atlanta for the More To Life Foundation and laid my beloved father to rest. In April I co-led a stunning six-day course called Sixth Sense in South Africa and saw my darling daughter turn eight. This month I am doing a 21-day detox while working hard to give my new book wings in a country where 20 books are published per hour, many of which are never seen again. Lifeshocks – And how to love them is now at the printer. In June I will deliver a six-day course in Gloucestershire called Living Creatively (might know something about that) and return home the day before it is published. Then a series of events will ensue over the summer before John, Miss G and I escape to Portugal in late August.

This is a very creative, productive, sometimes stressy but mostly life-drenched time. There is so much emerging that I am hiring a part-time assistant, something I haven’t had since I closed my business nearly four years ago. I don’t even have time to write one of the dive-in, live-deep, bare-my-soul blogs that got so much of this started way back when. (Read my book for a LOT of that!) But I am making time to pull in support, from a friend managing my detox at home to a mobile hairdresser who comes to my house and a personal trainer helping me rebuild the strength I lost last year. Not to mention some essential treatments like my colonics!

Meantime, I have received a few messages asking if I am still alive so this to confirm that I frickin-well amazeballs AM. Right now. Right here. Riding this tidal wave of grace.

I deeply miss my Dad.
I am in love with my work.
I adore my family.
I’m not so keen on cancer.
And I am indescribably grateful for my life.

Stay tuned.

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Comments(27)

  • Eric Redford
    27th Jul 2018, 9:05 pm  Reply

    Yes to life! It’s all in those 3 words….Thank you and love to the family.

  • Jools johnson
    16th Jul 2018, 3:26 pm  Reply

    Hi Read your 1 st book , so inspiring and look forward to all your updates and blogs. I’m delighted you are foing so well . Inspirational lady . Keep going you are awesome x

  • Diyanah iman
    11th Jun 2018, 2:31 am  Reply

    Hi Sophie, I have recently been introduced to your story and your book. I am haloy to read your recent blog..it gives me strength. I am happy for you.
    May I ask about the 21 day detox and what it involves?

    • Sophie Sabbage
      15th Aug 2018, 5:32 pm

      Sorry for such a slow response. I did four juices a day plus a mug of soup in the evening for 21 days. All organic. Lots of water. Regular colonics and enemas. Probiotics. Hope this helps.

  • Jane Roberts
    31st May 2018, 5:39 pm  Reply

    I’m so hapoy for you. Long may You continue to be well. You have given me so much to live for. I’m stage 4 cancer which is in remission. You have given me hope, Thanks

  • Isabelle
    25th May 2018, 10:19 pm  Reply

    Onward you go girl. Every day is a new joy

  • Val Turner
    25th May 2018, 7:13 pm  Reply

    Great news Sophie. You did not mention the courage this journey needed, but I know it was there. You are an inspiration to those of us fighting similar battles. I look forward to your book.

  • Christine Thornley
    25th May 2018, 10:30 am  Reply

    So pleased you are feeling so well Sophie and so busy! You are an inspiration to us all.
    Much love xx

  • Diana Lennard
    25th May 2018, 7:19 am  Reply

    Great news Sophie! Sending love..

  • Cathy McIntyre
    25th May 2018, 7:06 am  Reply

    Good morning Sophie, it’s lovely to hear from you again and wonderful that you’re well and so busy!

    Best wishes to you and your family. Cathy xx

  • lindaRyde
    25th May 2018, 6:50 am  Reply

    Hi Sophie, u certainly don’t sit at home, feeling sorry for yourself. U are such an inspiration, u make me feel stronger,
    and more positive.xxx

  • Sally Bethea
    25th May 2018, 2:03 am  Reply

    So happy you are doing so well. You continue to be an inspiration to me in my cancer journey.

  • Jan Gowling
    25th May 2018, 1:29 am  Reply

    Such fabulous news Sophie. Onward, wonderful woman!!

  • Kiki
    25th May 2018, 1:16 am  Reply

    You go Girl !

  • Beverley Shelton
    24th May 2018, 11:24 pm  Reply

    Wonderful news, Sophie! You truly rock!!! :)

  • 24th May 2018, 10:47 pm  Reply

    I need the new book…will it come to US through Amazon? I really needed it about fifty years ago but it’s never too late to get help with life shocks. You are awesome.

  • Lourdes
    24th May 2018, 10:25 pm  Reply

    I am so happy for you. Amazing news. Thank you for sharing x

  • Jenny Meadows
    24th May 2018, 10:16 pm  Reply

    So glad to hear the news, Sophie. Fabulous. Can’t believe Miss G is 8!
    A friend’s mum was just diagnosed with breast cancer. I’ve told her about your books and referred her to your blog.

  • Virginia Koayser
    24th May 2018, 9:52 pm  Reply

    Hi Sophie so lovely to hear from you! It is a great delight to hear you are really flourishing, indeed blooming! Enjoy every day, but especially the holiday in Portugal! 😘

  • Gina Stewart
    24th May 2018, 9:35 pm  Reply

    What an inspiring woman you are Sophie Sabbage.
    I loved The Cancer Whisperer – it put me on the right path after diagnosis and i’m so grateful for that. I look forward to reading your new book.
    Good luck and best wishes in all you do.

  • Sabrina Scolaro
    24th May 2018, 9:35 pm  Reply

    Supremely fabulous Sophie!!! This is great news, you rock!!!! Xxxx

  • Lisa Lowy
    24th May 2018, 8:17 pm  Reply

    Great to hear about your adventures. It was so lovely to meet you at Penny Brohn a few months ago. I loved your workshop.
    What a busy bee you are . Enjoy your well deserved holiday in Portugal. Xx💞

  • Amy Rush
    24th May 2018, 6:24 pm  Reply

    Thanks for the update. I’m just finishing your first book and have been inspired in many ways. I have an aggressive stage 4 uterine cancer, behaves like ovarian. It’s been 4 years of surgeries, chemotherapy and immunotherapy never reached remission , but am living fully.
    I practice yoga,meditation and prayer and try to stay empowered. Victim role is yucky! Continue to embrace this life-drenched

  • Gill Hubbert
    24th May 2018, 6:15 pm  Reply

    Lovely blog Sophie. More power to you. So pleased you are doing so well xx

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