Building Nurse Resilience Blog

Day 4

November 4, 2009

Up today with the first faint beep of my alarm.  It feels good to get out of bed immediately, brush my teeth, wash my face, and go directly to my sacred space.  Lots of thoughts today, with my 30 Days to Grace program tonight launching the CD.  How will it be received?  Will they get…

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Day 3

November 3, 2009

Big mistake.  Shut off my alarm and rolled over (for just for a minute that turned into 30).  Now I am late and rushing around to jump in the shower, figure out what I can wear and drive to an early morning appointment across town.  I have turned my whole morning into an “emergency”.  Does…

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Day 2

November 2, 2009

Today was easier, at least getting out of bed was,  since my body still thinks it’s an hour later with the daylight savings time change.  I felt more in touch with my breathing this morning, but am still figuring out the poses.  Today I liked journaling the best.  Writing down my thoughts and feelings feels…

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Day 1

November 1, 2009

The first day I really fumble through, even though I thought I already had everything set up.  I didn’t have my favorite pen for journaling and I forgot to pull on my sweatshirt until I warmed up.  This 30 Days to Grace practice is new for me,  it is uncomfortable and it feels like it…

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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, Resilience Challenges, national and international leadership and resilience retreats, virtual experiences, and coaching.