When I was 28, I became a Think Pink volunteer. The sporty, practical and warm approach immediately convinced me to commit myself to this wonderful non-profit organisation. Breast cancer seemed like such a terrible disease to me, both physically and emotionally. When I was 30, in 2016/17, I was affected by breast cancer myself and was able to experience, from the other side, how warm and strong the Think Pink network is! After a heavy treatment, I started cycling because of Think Pink: initially as onco rehabilitation and as a remedy against the terrible side effects of the hormone medication. But it didn't take long before I became a bicycle addict! Step by step, I'm further discovering my own physical limits and, in doing so, I'm helping others to exercise in a healthy way. In addition, I enjoy using my voice, professional experience and experiences as a (young) breast cancer survivor to improve cancer and healthcare. See you soon, at one of the Think Pink events!