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It’s Hard to Let Go and It’s Hard to Hang On

March 30, 2019
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Kauai has been on my bucket list for years because of it’s tropical rain forests to hike and explore and beautiful beaches to surf and snorkel.  I thought it would be the perfect place to host a yoga retreat this year, but after a lot of research and conversation, I found myself really struggling trying…

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Spring Cleaning: It’s not what you think…

March 5, 2019
Spring Tulip

I love the change of seasons, especially winter to spring. It gives way to new beginnings, full of growth and possibilities, including more outdoor activities, lighter and brighter clothing, and a fresh perspective. Spring cleaning is eliminating the dust bunnies under the bed, but it’s also clearing out what no longer serves us from the…

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3 Steps to Self-Compassion

February 6, 2019
Hands holding heart to practice self-compassion

Nothing triggers my lack of self-compassion faster than having to watch myself on video from a presentation.  With my critical eye, I seem to only focus on what is wrong with how I look, sound, move, and what I say!  This offers me a great opportunity to learn and grow by practicing self-compassion. Self-compassion is…

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19 Things to do (for Yourself) in 2019

January 2, 2019
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Self-care is not selfish or soft. It is a practice that contributes to our strength and overall sense of well-being, in other words, our resilience. I’m not referring to massages or pedicures, which are healthy pleasures, but instead doing the things we know we need to do and resist for a number of reasons. Here…

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About Diane

As a speaker, author, life coach, nurse, and yoga teacher, Diane brings resilience skills to healthcare organizations in a variety of ways with The Resilience Academy, keynotes, half-day and full-day seminars, 30 day mindfulness challenges, national and international leadership and mindfulness retreats, webinars and coaching.

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