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By |November 27th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|

Modifications Contributed by Solutions to learn

Just How Technological innovations Have Adjusted Understanding

Solutions are no improvements ever again. If a decade past we thought of personal computers, desktops, iPhones and clever wrist watches as of anything abnormal in addition to supernatural, in recent times all these items are our simple fact. Mankind makes not really a significant step up its growth, this has leaped more than a lot of periods and found per se over time of excellent technology, the place virtually every pastime is ruled by good system.

No simple sphere of our own living has escaped manufacturing have an effect on. Knowledge has turned into the first areas precisely where technological innovative developments have been completely proficiently launched. The modifications are simple, but you are they positive or negative models? We will start out with nice thing

There is not any denying the reality that, that college students have greater access to knowledge. Sooner they will lay long hours in libraries hunting for some make a reservation for with out good luck. At this time one click is sufficient have countless facts resources at one’s disposal. Reproduced fabric was transformed into electronic types, therefore, there is no these sort of section of info that has been improbable to access in the web.

Methods have presented a great deal more prospects for educator-learner conversation. By way of technological facilities elaborated towards the classwork, course instructors can communicate with pupils, who on their turn can work with friends functioning around some mission. Social networking sites really should not be quit unnoticed in addition. With virtually every following scholar on Facebook and other social network,, undergraduate-scholar and music teacher-university student connection becomes more friendly.

Via the internet mastering certainly one a lot more unquestionable full advantage brought in educational background by technological success. In this way of knowledge investment has dedicated to procedure the principle of person solution to every single college student. Now being a lawful method to get schooling, web based figuring out supplied impaired students and people who cannot be present at useful places a way to understand both at home and be no fewer literate than their friends.

Alas, all is not really so well precisely as it seems to be. Every last now and once more we stumble upon news reports and stats, saying that modern advances change getting to know adversely. The Online World that was required to make instructional information more attainable and still provide effective correspondence regarding college student and mentor is currently among the list of disturbing aspects in tests. Shelling out enough time in social networking sites and playing computer games, individuals are unsuccessful tests, accomplish inadequate marks and now have awful capabilities in school.

Additionally, just how many cheaters has grown greatly as a result of smart phones, e-guides along with other tools. Also, they are the primary reason for students’ distractible special attention in style and lousy behaviour.

Technological know-how ended up being developed to make easier and present us options, we could only think of before. Utterly, their rendering has released alluring benefit. Superior quality learning is not actually an understanding anymore. Conversely, degree has fast become far too filled with scientific features. Little by little they thrust out healthy contact make pupils idle and incapable to settle demanding tasks. If to keep in mind technology in teaching a treatment, then it has to be supplied in dosages, if not, complication is bound to happen.

By |November 25th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|




I was recently asked by a hair care company to contribute to their blog speaking about the process of losing my hair during chemo. They sent me a list of questions and I answered them. The funny thing is, none of my answers seemed to have much to do with losing my hair. Yes, there were specific questions about the how, when, and emotion of it but overall, I had to dig to actually have my experience relate to hair.

The process of answering these questions did however bring me back to something that I love…sharing my experience. I realized that writing my caringbridge posts throughout my breast cancer journey has been a huge outlet.

This “post cancer” time has not been an easy one for me. It feels like the time when everyone is happy to see me “finished” feels anything but finished. I am not finished. I really only just started to process what has happened to me and I’ve been doing that in secret because I feel like I should be moving on. So here I am…stuck between the heartfelt good wishes and awesome support of people wanting me to be “all better” and the voice wanting to scream back “I’m not finished!” I’m not finished with treatment, not finished realizing I even had cancer, not finished digesting that this ugly, awful, evil disease that stole my own mother at 36 and my mother in law just showed up in my own body! I’m not finished trying to recognize my new body or my new hair in the mirror. And I am certainly not finished with the scary ups and downs of what it means to be “post cancer”.  I meet people for the first time now and I want to introduce myself and say, “this is not really me, I used to be someone different”.  This statement never more true than the day in May that I had to renew my license at the DMV.  Now every time I have to show my license, I either laugh a little or cringe.  Gosh, I wish I sucked it up and smiled in that pic!!!  lic copy 2I guess it’s all part of the process.  It’s really not about the hair, it’s just a reminder of where I’ve been and how far I’ve come.

I know, though, this IS me and now I move forward. The way I will do that is by helping others. I don’t quite know what this will look like but I know I’m on the right path by sharing my experience. And maybe by sharing my experience, it will help another to process something they are a going through.  I know for sure that letting my thoughts, feelings and experiences out makes everything much clearer and light.  So for now, if you’ve ever felt the way I do about anything, turned on the smile but kept those scared, sad feelings pushed down, know that you are not alone.

Each of us has the outside story and the inside story. The more you share that inside story, the less power it will have over you, the more others will connect and share themselves this way.  That is real power.

Power of connection.

Love Carlene


By |November 15th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|


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We’ve all been there. Braless in Boston. Maybe you haven’t really been braless in Boston but you have been vulnerable at some time in your life, maybe many times. Vulnerability is an opporunity to open up or close up tight. I’ve spent the last 7 months ‘fighting” breast cancer (the whole “fighting”, “warrior”, “brave” thing will be addressed in another post). A whole lot of that time is very hazy but I think the important things are really beginning to crystalize for me.

On October 16, 2014, I was called back for a mammogram to look at an “area of interest” that showed up on a routine breast MRI. I sat in the inner waiting area at the Avon Breast Center / Massachusetts General Hospital for my biopsy thinking, they should really serve wine and cheese here. Here we are, each woman sitting braless and wrapped in a hospital johnnie, waiting for the ok to get dressed or come with us for a closer look. No one speaks. We all just sit there in our own cloud of thoughts and fears.  Maybe if we had a cocktail, we’d open up, say hello, how are you, could you please pass the cheese?

An elderly woman was wheeled into that waiting room and plopped right in the middle of all of us. She was clearly hearing impaired because she spoke so loudly and each nurse had to speak twice as loud to her. There was her story, blurted out for all of us to hear. She said that she had breast cancer twice before and she just knew there was something now.  She loudly listed her diagnosis, years, treatments and loss of her husband.  Every fear I was sitting with just completely voiced by this spunky, well dressed, wheelchair bound, practically deaf woman.

Could someone PLEASE give her a glass of Chardonnay?  

It felt so bizarre. A room full of what I’m sure were amazing, strong, interesting, remarkable woman but we sat silent, barely glancing at each other. I wondered how many times my own mother and mother-in-law sat in a room silently listening to their own fears. We had something to offer each other, conversation, comfort, and experience.  This is how this website will evolve and why my caringbridge site was written the way it was. I know that sharing my experience honestly and openly not only strengthens me but also may just empower or comfort another.  It isn’t all about cancer.  It is about having a human experience, wherever life brings you.

It’s been a journey over these months of surgery, chemo, doctor’s appointments, hair loss, sickness, friendship, family, and camaraderie, highest of highs and low lows but here I am. I am still sharing what this has meant to me. I am grateful for all of it. Without the crappiest parts, I would not have what I have today.  People walk this journey every day, in many, many different ways.  The past 7 months have changed me.  I am more open to speak to that woman or man sitting on pins and needles next to me.  I am also willing to share my experience to help another.

Stay tuned and next time you are sitting braless (literally or figuratively), clutching your pocketbook, frantically texting your go-to friend for crisis , look at the woman/man sitting next to you or across from you. Send some love whether silently or in your conversation. You will ease their wait and definitely ease your own.

Thank you for being here!  Love, Carlene

By |April 30th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|



It has been 6 weeks from my last chemo. I am so thankful that part of this process is over and I will forever pray for those going through it. It’s funny, when I think back to each time sitting in that chair, I remember the person (patient) in the same chair across from me. Each person with their own story, strength, fears, and prognosis. Each chemo treament I recieved is marked by a face. Others may have labeled them “first one” or “half way there” or “last one” but I remember them by who was with me and that man or woman sitting across from me in the chemotherapy treatment room. I may not have spoken to them or know exactly why they were there but I remember their faces I have met many amazing people along the way but the ones I think of most are the two women I met at a “look good, feel good” class (aka~how to draw on eyebrows), those brave warriors sitting in chairs across from me during our chemo treatments and the women/men close to me that have or are going through treatment now. I have a different understanding of this experience and will find a way to use that to help others going through a health challenge. God, my family, friends, amazing healthcare team, yoga and meditation practice carried me through this. I will continue to let that carry others.

I am feeling more energy and stronger all the time. My hair has started to come back and it cant grow fast enough for me! I’ve spent the last few days visitng my father and step mother in FL so I am hoping the extra sunshine will help it grow like grass! I’ve been walking around FL half bald and do not want to put a hat back on when I get back to NH! I have two more minor surgeries, one on May 5 and one probably end of summer or early fall. Thank you all for your support! Each text, phone call, FB message, card, kind word has been appreciated and made a difference. I am always happy to share what I have experienced and learned along the way so NEVER hesistate to ask me a question about my experience particuarly if it can help you or another person going through this.

This coming Monday, Matt will run the Boston Marathon for Dana Farber Cancer Research for the tenth time. We began our involvement with Dana Farber back in 1999 as a way of giving back for the care our mothers recieved during each of their cancer battles and as a way of honoring their memory and keeping them close for our growing family. The Dana Farber marathon challenge has been a part of our family history from the time Chloe was a newborn. We have experienced great joys and tragic lows in this process. I am so proud and always amazed at Matt’s ability to exceed his fundraising goals and run the marathon with a true purpose! Chloe, Jack and I will be at mile 25 cheering him on and knowing that each step he makes, he has and will continue to make a differnece for someone with cancer. Matt has always run with the names people have shared with him either in honor or memory of on his shirt. We can’t fit all those names on his shirt anymore. He will always keep each name with him from the first race in 1999 to whatever race he is currently running. We write each name, each year on a banner that we hold at mile 25 and we pin a list to his shirt. Those names are the true marathon runners and he runs to honor them.

I have my eye on the end of this tunnel. I have learned a great deal along the way and grown as a person. I am looking forward to seeing where this new path will take me. I am going back to teaching yoga, practicing regularly and continuing my yoga training. I love sharing what this has meant to me and how it has changed my life. This site has been greatly neglected over the past six months but I am committed to getting back to writing and sharing. I’d love it if you’d stay with me and become a part of that journey. If you are interested, just sign up on the website for email updates. Each time I share a journal entry, you will be notified via email.

Words can’t express the gratitude I feel for my health and each person in my life. You each have helped me more than you know.
Love Carlene

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By |March 4th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|


Hopefully half way finished!
This coming Tuesday is my third chemo treatment. I now feel at least half way through this part of my chemo. For those in the know, “the red devil” is almost done. My oncologist left a door open to the possibility of four more treatments after this round but I am taking this one step at a time and hoping to have a better idea after my appointments on Tuesday. I scheduled my final surgery for mid May and looking forward to surgery being the final step in my recovery. It’s a day surgery to finish the reconstruction then on to summer!

All has been well at the Benelli household. I continue to be so well loved and cared for both by my family and our friends and neighbors. Thank you just doesn’t even come close to expressing the gratitude I feel for the prayers, cards, flowers, visits, food and love I continue to receive and all the care toward Chloe, Jack and Matt. Chloe and Jack continue to be crazy busy with school and basketball. They have also been loving all the snow days, late starts and the big Pats win. I welcome the days off from driving and running around. Matt has been busy working on his new business and training for the Boston Marathon with Dana Farber. We planned a trip for February vacation to Big Sky Montana. The kids and Matt will ski and I will find a cozy place to cuddle up and rest. I am also looking forward to meeting a fellow yoga instructor who runs an amazing yoga retreat out there called Big Sky Yoga Retreats. Each year, she holds a week long retreat for breast cancer survivors in addition to other amazing yoga retreats.

I know I will use my experience to do something to pay all this amazing support forward. Right now I am just soaking up all the inspiration around me and will let the path appear.

Losing my hair has been the hardest part of the past month. I look in the mirror and don’t even recognize myself:) Needless to say, my hat collection is growing and I don’t love the hair halo I had made with my hair. It feels like a mop on my head that doesn’t belong. I’ve opted for just the hats and when I’m home (and it’s warm enough) just being the baldie that I am.

Thank you again for all the love and support! I will keep you posted. Love Carlene

By |February 8th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|



Deep breath before the haircut









Sometimes, you just suck it up and smile.

I began chemotherapy on December 30th. I will have four total treatments spaced three weeks apart. Matt came with me to my first treatment. I was nervous but so well taken care of and surrounded by the bravest people! Chemo came with all the ups and downs that were promised in the beginning. Nothing too bad, I just thought I could use my super yogi power to outsmart all the side effects. I quickly learned that I need to rest and become a more patient patient! I’m working very hard to let go of the dread for the next treatment Tuesday 1/20 and to focus on what the chemo is meant to do… insure my healthy, long future!

The main focus of these two weeks other than getting Chloe and Jack back and forth to school, basketball and practice has been the dreaded hair loss. I decided to take the bull by the horns and cut it before it begins to fall out. I found a company in FL that will take my hair and make what they call a “hair halo”. It is my hair attached to a small cap that I can wear under hats and scarves. I think it will provide just enough security to cover my neck and make me feel a little like normal having to wear a scarf/hat for the next few months. I figure I will either love it or never use it. Cutting my hair was much less traumatic than I expected. Chloe and Jack literally cut the entire thing! My aunt Joanne cleaned it up the next day so, as Jack put it… I didn’t look so crazy!

Cancer was not part of the plan but, Matt leaving Oracle after 15+ years and starting his own business was. On the car ride home from our first appts at DF and MGH my first comment to Matt was that I didn’t want cancer to change our plan! One of the ways we were preparing for this big move was to mentally prepare for the bumps and challenges beginning a new business. This was a big “HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT” moment right off the bat. We know that we can handle both, recovering from cancer and beginning a brand new exciting adventure! It requires a lot of team work and understanding all over the place but I am so happy to say that Matt is working with two amazing partners and has launched RPG ~ Revenue Performance Group! I am over the moon proud and excited to see Matt take on this new roll. All this and he continues to train for the Boston Marathon and his 10th year running to raise money for cancer research at Dana Farber.

Going thru cancer has brought me friendships I may not have had, strengthened friendships and family that I already cherished, taught me lessons and showed me things about myself I may not ever have seen. Thank you for the continued love, support, pep talks, food, rides, texts, calls, waves, cards and everything in between! Now, back to the reality of today… one very unhappy/tired Oregon fan, Chloe studying for midterms, ortho appointments and basketball games! …And hopefully a nap in there somewhere!


By |January 14th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments|

Holidays, new year planning and chemo…

I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and happy holidays! We had a great couple of days. Although we were sad that our annual pajama and pancake breakfast didn’t happen, we had two amazing days of friends, family, food and LOVE! I am feeling physically stronger everyday. It’s amazing that my surgery was a little over 4 weeks ago!

We have been waiting for more results from Dana Farber and Mass General. To make a long story very short, chemo starts this Tuesday. The consensus among both teams is that chemo is the most aggressive path and recommended. I had a choice but both oncologists leaned toward this path for many reasons…I heard nothing after they said it was because I was so young;)

So as far as we know right now, it’s four rounds of chemo, 3 weeks apart. I have been told that there is a chance we will go for another 4 rounds after that but I will cross that bridge when I come to it. Right now, eye on the prize means early/mid March.

My focus is staying healthy and keeping my family on track. Chloe and Jack are not even mid way thru their basketball seasons and Matt is working on some exciting projects and training for his 10th boston marathon with Dana Farber Marathon Challenge.

I miss teaching and practicing yoga. I miss being around that amazingly uplifting community but I have felt every prayer, good wish and love sent my way. Lots of lessons learned by me over these past few months and I plan on sharing all the good stuff!

I am wishing you all HEALTH AND HAPPINESS IN 2015 and beyond!

Happy happy new year!

Love Carlene

By |December 26th, 2014|Yoga|0 Comments|

Planning and Gratitude

I just wanted to check in and let you know how things are going. Yesterday, I had my third plastic surgery post op appointment. I am finally rid of all the drains and tubes which is a huge relief. Each time I see the plastic sugeon, she gives a little fill to the expander between my ribs and pec muscles, AKA my new boobs. It is an uncomfortabe process and today I feel like someone beat me up but each time is a baby step to being finished.

The past two months have been a lot of waiting. It has been three weeks since my surgery and next Wednesday Matt and I will be in Boston all day to meet with my doctor at Dana Farber and to meet with all my doctors at Mass General. It is a full day and we are hoping and planning to have all the information we need to know how we will move forward. I am a girl that likes to have and plan and be acting on it!

I have had a few trips out which is nice and exhausting. I have been to one of Jack’s basketball games and I am hoping to get to Chloe’s game tonight. My step-mother and I took a trip to Target to get the house stocked up on all the necessities which entailed me leaning on the cart bossing her around:) She was a good sport and is a huge support to me. My father and Liz will be leaving on Wednesday. Their presence and around the clock help has made this process so much smoother for Matt, Chloe, Jack, and Me! My father is officially Chloe and Jack’s “driver”. He can’t believe the amount of mileage we cover in a week! Thanks to my crazy neighbors and my aunt Joanne and uncle Ralph visiting, the outside of the house is as festive as ever. I so appreciate that for Chloe and Jack!

Gratitude is overflowing over here for the amazing things that have been done for us over these past few weeks. I may have been a little cloudy in those first few days/weeks:) but I am just so thankful for the food, decorations, books, gifts but most importantly the words…cards, texts, emails, phone messages, Facebook… all of it!

Love Carlene

By |December 12th, 2014|Yoga|0 Comments|