I absolutely love traveling the world with my husband, but lately we’ve had to make adjustments and just stay local. It’s been super fun and I can’t imagine what it would be like to miss out and not see what I have seen, visited places and scenery I have visited and experiencing nature as I have. The idea of removing me from those experiences causes me to think about which causes deserve my attention, so I offer my kindness to others.

Did you know cervical cancer was once the leading cause of cancer deaths in women, but thanks to the Pap screening, the lives of thousands of women have been saved?
Unfortunately, this could change for young individuals under the age of 25.
Lack of access to regular screenings and the threat of a guideline change could take the Pap away from young women which could increase the risk of cervical cancer. We can’t let this happen, instead, we should raise our voices and stand up for them and help them to stay on top of their cervical health, and why the Pap test is a vital component to staying cervical cancer-free and 25 and Alive.