One of my favorite ‘reads’ for the past 18 months or so has been the Well Section of the New York Times. Besides interesting articles, they also have a number of regular writers/bloggers that I am drawn to. One of these favorites is Suleika Jaouad, a wonderful writer, whose column “Life, Interrupted“, gives a strong and vibrant voice to an underrepresented community: young adults with cancer.
Suleika’s first column was published in March 2012 as she was undergoing a bone marrow transplant, while her most recent shares her experience at this year’s News and Documentary Emmy Awards–where she was a nominee.
Suleika’s writings always encourage me to look at life with a slightly different slant and they give me a great deal of inspiration.