As I’m sure most you lovely individuals already know, October is breast cancer awareness month. Breast cancer, and cancer in general, is a terrible disease that has likely affected you or someone you know. Sadly, I’m not a gazillionaire (yet); that said, I can’t really do my part to help out with breast cancer awareness by writing a fatty check, so I got to thinking…and asking myself, “Joslyn, what can you do to help out with Breast Cancer Awareness month?”

Then, like a bolt of lightening, it hit me! Breast cancer awareness is characterized by one of my all-time favorite colors – PINK! So, I decided to spend a day completely decked-out from head-to-toe in a crazy all pink outfit. Yes, I looked insane, but when people inquired about my odd outfit choice, I could tell them that I was doing my part to bring attention to breast cancer. It’s really the least I could do and I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t totally fun, too.  Being young and/or not having a ton of resources, definitely doesn’t mean you can’t make a HUGE difference in the world!

Here are the pictures…and hey, I challenge you do the same. It’ll be fun, silly and maybe you’ll help save a life or two in the process. It will tickle you pink (does anyone get that reference?).

Post links to your pink-alicious pictures in the comments section. And don’t forget that you make a difference when it comes to cancer! Check out one of my favorite breast cancer organizations – Save the Tatas, and don’t forget to save your own tatas and do those monthly self exams because I love each and every one of you… Ciao babes!

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8 Responses to “Tickle Me PINK-ALICIOUS!”

  1. Matheus says:

    oh, great, you are very beautiful, for the visa the rose are your favorite color, follow me in the twitter? please :/

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  3. Sarah says:

    I absolutely LOVE the pink idea.

    In the hope that one day we will live in a world without breast cancer, my mom, sister and I walk 60 miles in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3 Day in support of all the women we know who have been diagnosed with breast cancer (including my mom who was diagnosed in October 2003!). From November 19-21, we will walk 60 miles in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3 Day in San Diego, California.

    In order to participate in this walk, I have to raise $2,300. If you\’d like to make a donation, you can go to my website at http://www.the3day.org/goto/sarahc. If you don’t want to donate online, you can download and print a donation form from my website that you can mail in with your donation.

    I walk because everyone deserves a lifetime.

  4. Joslyn says:

    Thanks so much for sharing Sarah:) I’ll make sure to tweet about it too, if that’s cool with you!

  5. Jessica says:

    Hi Joslyn,

    Great Breast Cancer Blog! Thank you for including us in your article 🙂

    Team ta-tas®

  6. Joslyn says:

    Thanks for checking it out:)

  7. Alice says:

    That’s kind and awesome 🙂
    We all hope that some day, there will be no breast cancer. And you’re amazing for making this blog!

  8. Joslyn says:

    I feel the same way:) Thanks for the sweet comment Alice!

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