A #MetsMonday Invitation

A #MetsMonday Invitation

From time to time, I share guest posts here on the blog. I love sharing my space because I believe so strongly in the power of shared stories. So why wouldn’t I sometimes share stories/articles written by others? Recently, I was thinking, what easier way to advocate could there be than to open up my blog on #MetsMonday and feature a metster each month?

This is one more small way I will be an ally for those with metastatic breast cancer.

So, my invitation is officially open to any or all metstersĀ out there who might be interested in contributing a post for Nancy’s Point. I also welcome posts from partners, other caregivers and/or family members and friends.

Posts accepted will need to be fresh, which means I won’t accept posts that are cut and pasted from your blog, anyone else’s blog or any other online site. I encourage anyone who accepts this invitation to be as candid as you are comfortable being. If you prefer a set of questions to answer, I am happy to send you some. And no, you do not have to be a blogger. This invitation is for anyone directly impacted by metastatic breast cancer.

Keeping it real. Support you can use. Those are my goals here, too.

If you’re interested in being a #MetsMonday featured contributor, send me an email (nancy@nancyspoint.com) with your post ideas. Got questions? Email me those as well.

If I get lots of interest, I’ll be picking based on order received along with content appropriateness and writing quality. I will have the final edit. I am offering payment for published posts because, well, I’ll be writing an upcoming post about my reasons later. If there is no interest, I’ll know this was a dumb idea.

I will start by featuring a post once a month on a #MetsMonday.

As always, thank you for reading and sharing.

Please pass it on.

Thank you!

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Do you have metastatic disease, or do you know someone who does or did?

How are you an ally for those with metastatic breast cancer?


A #MetsMonday Invitation



6 thoughts on “A #MetsMonday Invitation

  1. Hello

    I think I would be interested in contributing to metsmonday
    I had an original primary diagnosis back in
    Last year, September I found another lump
    And alongside that found out I also had numerous Metastatic tumours in my lungs
    And several lymph nodes affected too

  2. Hi Nancy,
    I think your #metsmonday is a great idea, I would be interested in contributing,….. I think.
    I am almost 8 years out from B.C. mets diagnosis.

  3. Dear Nancy,
    I have been reading your blog or article previously when I was diagnosed back in Nov 2015 – had chemo and lumpectomy. Unfortunately last Nov, doctor found 2 more lumps and I went through mastectomy. Numerous metastatic tumor are detected around my bones and ribs. I would be interested in contributing but sometimes I feel so helpless šŸ™

    1. Sari, I’m sorry you’ve received a mbc diagnosis, and it’s understandable that you feel that way sometimes. If you’d like to contribute, send me an email. Thank you for your interest. My best to you.

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