Hey Friends, I’m MiSean!
Super busy wife and mom of 2, helping other women to look, feel, and BE their best!
I’m a God Fearing, Dream Chasing, Breast Cancer Survivor 💪🏾who also happens to be one heck of a mama and wife!!
While only working full-time as a Budget Analyst, I was comfortable. Comfortable working just to pay bills, comfortable going deep into debt for the things I wanted, comfortable missing out on time with my children, and comfortable with not vacationing like I truly deserved. I was existing, not living.
I prayed for God to order my steps, and He led me to an amazing opportunity through a mom in a breastfeeding group, and it has changed my life forever!
To be completely honest, as a true introvert I didn't think I could be successful at anything like this. I only had a few close friends, I really never saw myself inspiring anyone, and on top of that, I definitely didn't have the time to do anything extra. But when you have a strong 𝑤ℎ𝑦, God will work out the ℎ𝑜𝑤! 🙌🏾
And thank God I said yes, because I'm doing things I never thought were possible! From putting my children in private school, to paying off debt, to building the life I truly want to live...A life of freedom, where I can be present for my family, as a full-time mompreneur. More importantly, I've been able to serve people in ways I've never imagined, and I know for sure that I'm walking in my purpose.
But the best part is I get to help others do the exact same thing!! I get to show other mamas everyday that this is COMPLETELY and one hundred percent POSSIBLE!! To think up your wildest dreams and SPRINT after them.
If you’ve been allowing yourself to be comfortable with the way things are knowing that you’re 𝑚𝑎𝑑𝑒 𝑓𝑜𝑟 𝑚𝑜𝑟𝑒, complete application in the link below...we need to chat.💕
SWIPE TO READ NOT MY CANCER STORY.
Not my Cancer Story
God, why me??
It all started with a decision. The end of 2019 I made a decision to use more non-toxic products including deodorant, lotions, etc. A few weeks after making the transition, I noticed a huge lump under my armpit. It was completely painless, and it moved freely, so I didn’t think much more of it. 3 months later, I came down with a cold, and that same lump became fixated to my armpit fold, and was EXTREMELY painful. I made an appointment with my primary care doctor, and by the time I got to my appointment, the lump started moving freely again, and the pain was completely gone. She determined it was probably from me being sick, but she did a breast exam because my right breast looked and felt a little swollen. An ultrasound was recommended, and sure enough, there were two lumps…the one I felt in my armpit and another in my right breast.
I had a breast biopsy done, and 2 days after my 30th birthday, I got the call that it was indeed cancer. The tears began to fall as my doctor was talking. “God, why me,” was the question in my head. After praying and processing for 24 hours I got a sense of comfort. I felt that I would make it through this journey just fine. At my 30th birthday dinner, I told my family the news, and I made sure they were on the same page as me. “I’m already a survivor and I only want positive vibes around me.” This was super important to me, as I believe in the power of manifestation. And they complied. After several tests, and doctor appointments, I learned the full diagnosis which was Stage 3 Triple Negative Breast Cancer, I was BRCA 1 Positive, and we went over my treatment plan. It was a little intimidating, but I already believed that I was a survivor. With everyone on the same page, I cut most of my hair off, went public about my diagnosis, and took this journey by the reigns.
After enduring 5 month of Chemotherapy (like a Boss if I may add), and sharing my journey along the way, I had a double mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. And then 28 Radiation treatments. I’m currently healing from the beating my body took, while undergoing Immunotherapy treatment as well. Yes, it’s A LOT!!! But the most import thing is I’M OFFICIALLY AT STAGE 0!! God is amazing!
This journey is life changing, and although it’s not the ideal growth process, I’m loving the woman I’m becoming through this. If I could give a word of advice, I would say don’t be afraid to get checked, and don’t be afraid to be loud about what you’re going through. Not only can it save your life, but you don’t know who needs to hear your story along the way.