I'm Dianne Daniels
And since you've landed on my web site, you're probably a woman 50+ who's ready to shift gears and redefine your life your way.
You're finally getting some time back in your schedule for yourself, and you want to get to know yourself better - the YOU that's learned a lot, experienced a lot, and you're ready to create your most Dynamic, Intriguing, Vivacious and Authentic self, with a life to match.
You're ready to strut into the next phase of your life, using the time-tested and proven power of Journaling and Affirmations to empower you.
So, grab a journal (or notebook), and a pen, and stay a while - here you'll find FREE resources, training, and action steps necessary to create and manifest your most Dynamic, Intriguing, Vivacious and Authentic self.
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Journaling for Self-Care and a Better Life
A low-cost, easy-to-start, positive habit that has been proven to provide
- An increase in mindfulness
- A positive boost to memory and communication skills
- Better sleep
- Improved organizational skills
- A stronger immune system
- Increased self-confidence
Writing in a journal provides all the benefits listed above and more - including a record of your life, a stress relief valve, and empowerment for managing emotions. Click the button below to learn more...
Affirmations to Transform Your Life
Affirmations are positive statements designed to help you reinforce your existing strengths and develop new ones.
You repeat them to yourself to change your energy, establish intentional control over your thoughts and their effect on you, and to improve your state of mind.
There are many positive affirmations here on the site with subjects like self-respect, self-love, healing, forgiveness, self-belief, personal growth, and much more.
Click the button below to visit the Affirmation category page and start your affirmation journey!
I am a Spiritual Guide, Writer and Minister who delights in empowering women to create and manifest the life they deserve to live - using positive Affirmations combined with Journaling and Meditations.
You deserve to live a life that uplifts and invigorates your soul while honoring all of who you are, who you were, and that empowers you to become who you want to be.
You have the power to ditch the weight of other people's expectations, and greatly increase your self-esteem and self-confidence. You CAN recognize and tap into your inherent strength and dignity, leverage your experiences, and realize your true worth.
My courses and programs encourage you to:
- Value yourself - you have inherent worth and dignity that you don't have to DO anything to earn; you have it because you ARE.
- Build healthy self-esteem in the face of the mixed and contradictory messages our society throws at women every day
- Access proven tools like Affirmations and the ages-old process of Journaling, with support to learn and use both tools in your everyday life.
What the Experts Say
Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, and without claiming it, she stands up for all women.
Maya Angelou ● Prolific writer, dancer, phenomenal woman
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience.
We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin ● French Jesuit priest, scientist, theologian, teacher
I love my journal as much as I love my phone. I find it to be a big part of my self-care to reflect on my day and write words that inspire me.
Franchesca Ramsey - Actress, author, comedienne, activist, video blogger, YouTube personality.
Writing is medicine. It is an appropriate antidote to injury. It is an appropriate companion for any difficult change.
Julia Cameron ● American teacher, artist, and author of "The Artists' Way"
Whether you're keeping a journal or writing as a meditation, it's the same thing. What's important is you're having a relationship with your mind.
Natalie Goldberg ● Writer, speaker, and author of "Writing Down the Bones"
Keeping a journal of what's going on in your life is a good way to help you distill what's important and what's not.