Joules Evans

About Joules

Joules Evans is a writer, photographer, road-trippin, roadrunner, cancer activist/advocate, adventure seeking, tilting at windmills, #girlpower kinda girl. Learn more about Joules Evans.

Cancer Memoir

Shaken Not Stirred… A Chemo Cocktail is the cancer chapter of Joules’s story, a postcard from the other side of breast cancer and chemo. Read praise and buy the book here.

Blog

Adventures, thoughts, musings, pictures and poems….

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Passion Projects

A fierce cheerleader of friends and causes near and dear to her heart. Check these out and lend some love of your own.

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Real Talk about Self Talk

June 5, 2018

I’m not one to intentionally stand gazing at myself in a mirror. I don’t exactly avoid them but I don’t seek them out either unless I think there’s a popcorn kernel stuck in my teeth or something. Sometimes I’m brushing my teeth and I look up and surprise the hell … Read more

This Is Me

February 6, 2018

I love this old pic of me. 2nd grade Joules. 7 or 8 year-old Joules. Circa de 1973. Some high school kid who was taking a photography class took it after school one day, and then gave me a b&w 8X10 of it. Which I keep hanging in my prayer/meditation … Read more

The Art of the Breath

January 6, 2018

Breathe. That’s my word for 2018. Whoa. Did you see what I did there? Threw down 2018 on the 6th day of the year like I’ve been writing it all my life. Like I own the place or something. Usually I’m erasing the previous year till spring kicks in to … Read more

Me & My Mini Me (a short history of some of the videos we made)

November 14, 2017

August 22, 2012 Before the VLOG we just texted back and forth and I superpower wish I had those old videos, but this is the first time I VLOGGED about Maya. 2 We had a thing about sock monkeys. This is a video I made for her September 14, 2012 … Read more

Sometimes The Stars Align… and Sometimes The Sky Falls

October 5, 2017

[I am reposting this #tbt in honor and sweet memory of my little warrior sister, Maya the Magnificent aka my mini me. I wrote it 3 years ago. A time part of me wishes I had the superpower to throw back this Thursday to. My sweet Maya finished her loooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnngggggg … Read more