As some of you might have read last night, my brother and co-worker Casey Mullooly posted a new blog about his battle so far with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML). He talked about how his world changed after being diagnosed, and how “being alright” is a constantly changing state. He ties in valuable life lessons and financial lessons.
“I’ve learned that being alright and being pain-free are not the same thing. There’s an unrealized distinction between knowing that everything will be alright in the end and feeling alright in the day-to-day.”
I’ve lived with Casey for 24 years now, and work by his side every single day. To read the words in this post and see him share his insights with the world was exhilarating and made me extremely proud of my brother.
If you haven’t read the post yet, it is today’s only top link because honestly I don’t think you’ll find anything more important.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning: