Diane's Blog

What are you tolerating?

February 16, 2018
What are you tolerating vision board

I started my new year off by teaching a class on vision boards, and I created my own first. I intentionally left a lot of space because when I cram too many things into my life, it is difficult for me to stay in the moment and truly enjoy it. Creating space includes assessing your…

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Your Resilience Habit

January 2, 2018
Resilience Habit blog

Your resilience is defined by your habits because 95% of everything we feel, think, and do is a result of our habits. Our most critical habits may seem small and inconsequential, but repeated over time, they have huge results. See if this sounds familiar: You hit the snooze button one too many times after staying…

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Have you HAD it?

December 5, 2017
Sad HAD it Snowman

HAD is a term I coined as Holiday Affective Disorder, when you feel down, moody, and irritable anticipating and experiencing the holiday season. I have had a difficult time, (some years worse than others) around the holidays for most of my adult life as it represents a deep sense of loss for me, the biggest…

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5 Ways to Get Grateful

November 14, 2017

Have you ever felt so busy you didn’t have time to breathe? Too busy to stop and notice all the things that are working because you are focused on all the things that aren’t? Too busy to look for the good because you are overwhelmed with the bad? Too busy to stop and appreciate all…

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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.