How I saved the world from cancer with a notebook

I used to write every day, and now I use my notebook almost exclusively to write about my day-to-day life, writes columnist Matt Moore.

But with the passing of the Affordable Care Act, that notebook is about to disappear, and Moore is now going to save it from himself.

I use a notebook to keep track of my day, my work, and my relationships with friends and family, Moore wrote.

I’m not sure how much longer I can keep it, but I’m glad I finally did it.

Moore said he started using his notebook last fall after being diagnosed with colon cancer.

He said it helped him cope with the constant barrage of thoughts that came flooding in during chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

The day he discovered he had colon cancer, he didn’t want to think about it anymore.

The thoughts were too overwhelming.

Moore said he realized the writing on his notebook helped him focus on what he needed to be doing.

Moore was diagnosed with a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in May 2017.

The news shocked him, but he said he had been doing fine during the time that the tumor had been growing.

But after undergoing several surgeries and radiation, he was diagnosed as having Stage 3 metastatic disease, which was a different type of cancer than Stage 2 or Stage 3.

In order to stay in good physical shape, Moore said it took him more than a year to get through his treatment and radiation.

He spent more than two months at his home recovering from the surgery and chemotherapy.

Moore, who lives in Houston, is a lifelong Texas Longhorns fan who graduated from Texas Tech in 2010.

He became a full-time student in 2017 and has been writing a weekly column since then.

He started with his hometown newspaper, The Times-News, in 2014.

He has written for The Dallas Morning News, The Daily Texan and The Capital Times.

The News-Star has called Moore a “star” for the last three years.

He is the paper’s most-read columnist, with more than 2.7 million page views per month.

Moore has also been the paper “sportscaster” for nearly a decade.

Moore is also a longtime reader of The Austin American-Statesman.

He loves to talk about politics and politics topics, which he does with great passion.

Moore wrote about Texas Gov.

Greg Abbott and his decision to veto a $1.3 billion bond measure, as well as his fight against a $7.5 million bond measure.