Joules Evans

About Joules

Joules Evans is a mum, wife, writer, runner, cancer activist and advocate, and doer-of-many-things.

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Cancer Memoir

Shaken Not Stirred… A Chemo Cocktail is the cancer chapter of Joules’ story, postcards from the other side of breast cancer and chemo.

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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, Joules is part of and supporter of many projects and sites.

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25 Random Things About Me (2009 Remix)

November 12, 2016

I thought I’d dig up this one from the archives. My #25RandomThingsAboutMe from back in my chemo daze of two-thousand and late. This has been on my #ToDoList anyway, since reading #lovewarrior cover to cover the day it arrived in the mail. Cuz Glennon Doyle Melton wrote about her list … Read more

Shaken Not Stirred…a Chemo Cocktail Turns 5 Today!

November 11, 2016

Holy WOW! Talk about a happy #blastfromthepast of a #fbf memory! So today is Shaken Not Stirred . . . a Chemo Cocktail‘s birthday! Once upon a time 5 years ago tonight aka 11/11/11 at 11:11pm I made the first biggest dream of my life come true, pushed PUBLISH, my … Read more

For Those Who Feel #trumprolled Over By The Election Results

November 10, 2016

It’s been awhile since I posted here. My jam is usually Facebook cuz for me Facebook to Facebook feels about as close to face to face as virtual gets. But I also have a lot of fun on Instagram cuz I’m on the road a lot and I love sending … Read more

4,207,680 Minutes

August 11, 2016

[So I have a late but very important date with my sweet Mikeyy TONITE! Because. THIS. happened 8 years ago. TONITE…the beginning of my accidental memoir SHAKEN NOT STIRRED…A CHEMO COCKTAIL…the night Bitch wine saved my life…the night I found a damn spot in my left breast…before I knew it was … Read more

Please Sir May I Have Some More?

January 5, 2016

More. That’s my word for 2016. When I got cancer, one of my docs gave me one of the best pieces of advice anybody’s ever given me. He told me a story about how when his mother got cancer when he was a boy, that her dream was to live … Read more