The Guest House — Hannah Jane Nancarrow

I’m the emotional type. On any given day (sometimes any given hour), I experience every feeling of the emotional rainbow. I might feel happy and hopeful in the morning, anxious in the afternoon, nostalgic and sentimental in the evening. There are times when I’m wrought with sorrow, other times I’m flagrantly joyous. Some may dismiss my wide range of emotions […]

via The Guest House — Hannah Jane Nancarrow

Hannah Jane Nancarrow is a San Diego State University alumni, with a B.A. in journalism and new media. After graduating in 2011, Hannah worked in local T.V. news before her dad was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Hannah managed and contributed to her dad’s incredibly popular blog (thenancarrowproject.com) and social media platforms before he passed away, after 11 months of bravely battling and blogging. The diagnosis was a catalyst for her own writing and for following each whim and dream. Today, Hannah writes her own blog and has been a keynote speaker at San Diego Women's Week, Relay for Life, and a top fundraiser for cancer-related causes throughout San Diego. Hannah also has a passion for health and fitness, since losing 75 pounds in 2011. She earned her Spinning® and group fitness instructor certifications, and teaches weekly cycle classes in Encinitas, California. Hannah also earned her real estate license and works in the family business, Nancarrow Realty Group, in North County San Diego.

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7 comments on “The Guest House — Hannah Jane Nancarrow
  1. Kelly k says:

    glad to see your hanging in and growing pop would be proud he was one of kind

  2. Nice to see that you are a “real girl” not a pinocio(sp) ! Your dad, & mom, made a real great girl, one who shows love, not just speaks or even worse just pay$ for it! Thanks for your out reach to us! Thanks for your insights and real love…sharing. May it go long not only for you, but for those you don’t even know you’ve touched! I see more of Loren in U every day! God bless, friend!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for all your posts

  4. Chuck Badger says:

    Love the poem on feelings–it reminds me of the famous poem about footprints in the sand. 🙂

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