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If you are here, chances are you’re on the cancer journey. Living A New Day (L.A.N.D) has been designed to help YOU feel like the best version of yourself and live a more purposeful life after your cancer diagnosis. It is based on the premise that life after cancer is not only different but an opportunity for a journey of personal growth and empowerment that survivors can embark on with the help of each other.

The lessons and discussion can act as a road map to help deal with the unknown and the what ifs of life with, during, and after a cancer diagnosis. Together, we will encourage you to create a new norm for living when you are feeling “just not the same”.

With love and gratitude,


What is L.A.N.D?

L.A.N.D – Living a New Day, A New Norm is a guided program that offers you a step-by-step process, paired with knowledge and skills to create positive outcomes for living a sustainable future. It is based on the premise that life after a cancer diagnosis is simply different, and you can not only survive but thrive in the new norm.

Program Content

You will receive:

  • 8 LIVE 1-½ hour-long sessions, during which we will go through the weekly lesson and discuss it in more detail. You will be able to ask questions and work past any bumps in the road with support.

  • The EMWA workbook for learning, application, and lifelong reference as a powerful toolkit.

  • Entry into a private Facebook group for additional support from your peers.

  • Lifetime access to new materials.

  • Bonus: downloadable music and guided meditation for the lessons learned.

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Who is the program for?

The program is designed to be used by a variety of populations:

  • For women who have completed their initial treatment for cancer

  • For women who will be in long-term treatment

  • For women in transition seeking a new direction and purpose in life.

How it works?

Our small group sessions meet weekly for eight 90-minute sessions. The sessions are designed to build upon each other using exercises assigned between sessions. This provides a step-by-step approach to learning the new skills, and adding the new routines into our daily lives.


What do people say?

I feel that I came out a better person after this experience and met people I may have not met otherwise.

Lisa D.

Cindy has a great mind and I'm thankful she creative this after Care group because it's desperately needed. We have nothing else here in this area for people like us. We need support, we need to have a place where we feel comfortable even if we can't go every week at least we can check in every week or get emails or Facebook or phone calls or texts. We need this. Others will need this. Local is good.

Irvinia S.

Leaders were great. It was beneficial to have multiple “veterans” in attendance to provide differing perspectives and experiences.

Meggan M

I found the event to be very informative in so many ways. Subject matter, the way in which it was presented and the comfortable and friendly atmosphere of each and every session. I found that all of us women were experiencing a lot of the same feelings and it was so good to be able to share those feelings with others who understood. It also helped with confidence!

Paula H

Final words from Cindy -
Why not start...

I remember the day I heard those words "you've got cancer" the uncertainties, the unknown. I felt alone and lost. Since my diagnosis I have partnered with singer,-songwriter Debra Lynn Alt and many other women. Together we have carved a path of purpose to help lighten this challenging road for others. I learned new skills and have applied what I've learned to help others not only get through, but grow and add new meaning to our newly altered lives, otherwise referred to as "just not the same".


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