It’s not just about getting all your medical information organized, it’s also about saving your sanity.
By following our easy to implement system, prioritizing the important stuff, and creating an efficient space where you can put it all together… you’ll be able to find exactly what you need, when you need it!
Which is a really big deal when things start to heat up
Hey!! I'm Jenn. This was my wedding day 3 months before the cancer bomb exploded into our world and changed everything.
In the beginning of our journey, we had no system. In fact, we treated this like any other illness my dad had ever had.
And a few weeks later, we were DROWNING in information, directions, and recommendations. We spent HOURS searching for dates, paperwork, instructions, discharge papers, notes, recommended doctors, you name it...
We had stacks of papers everywhere, but no idea where to find anything.
And then we lost a disk containing scans and records for the admission process at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
I was ready to lose my mind.
We wasted hours looking for it and then another few days (and the additional cost) of having another one made. Obviously, what we needed at that exact moment, was more stress (in my most sarcastic voice).
That’s when we decided we needed a new plan.
This “mess” was getting in the way of my dad’s treatment and causing delays that we couldn’t afford. We needed a system that would work.
After some trial and error, we ditched complicated and focused on simple. And that’s when we found the only system that actually worked.
I started organizing the piles and finding any information we would need again.
Then I grabbed a binder and some dividers and started creating the sections. I tossed in a calendar and a pencil case in the front, and viola!
The whole thing was set up and ready to go in less than an hour.
The next time the receptionist asked us a question, I knew exactly where to find that information. The doctors and the staff were impressed with this system and it felt so good to have people making comments about “how organized we were” and “how on top of things we were” (considering the beginning of our story was a total mess!)
It says The Cancer Binder Pack is free. What's the catch? Do I still need to enter my credit card information?
There is no credit card information or money questions of any kind.
I do ask for your email address so I can send you our weekly newsletter which is full of tips, tricks, and inspiration that my family used while we battled Lung Cancer with my dad.
Cancer affects EVERYONE, not just the people who are diagnosed.
I promise it will be worth your while, but if you don’t agree you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email.
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Is this a digital download or a physical product?
The Binder Pack is a digital download that will be sent right to your email. If for some reason you don’t receive it, please check your SPAM folder.
If you still can’t find it or you have any questions, you can reach us at [email protected] and we’ll get you squared away.
How many pages is it? How much will I have to print?
The Cancer Binder Pack is 23 pages of step by step instructions, calendar pages, and printable worksheets.
It was designed with printing in mind. We opted for “pops” of color on white pages to make printing from home easy and most importantly CHEAP.
After all, it’s not really FREE if you costs you $40 to print?
The entire binder pack printed in color on recycled paper at Staples was about $12. But you can print it at home for even less.