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  • Camiimac

    You’ve been recharging! It’s all good!!

  • Anonymous

    very kind–but must be clear–there’s a version that looks like recharge and there’s a cave dwelling crankpot version. . .I’m choosing to honor the first and kick the second out of the house! Gooo, Cami:)

  • Kathy

    Right now, I’m committing to write more. Today.  I commit to let get go, write another blog post and release.

  • Kathy

    Right now, I’m committing to write more. Today.  I commit to let get go, write another blog post and release.

  • Kandicenate

    I am committing to laughing more. I call myself being all serious when I have this joy bubbling inside me. And laughing infuses my creativity…Here is to laughing cause seriously my inner sourpuss is not a good look at all :-)

  • http://www.easywk.com Angie Wheeler

    I am committed to getting down on the floor and playing with my dogs more. They take away my stress and recharge my work day! Nothing like unconditional love and adoration to refuel a girl (this girl)

  • http://hannahsharvest.com Hannah

    I am inspired by you. You make the best vids D!

    Right now committing to wrapping up loose ends that are making me feel less than. I’ll go from there.

  • http://twitter.com/AnaOttman Ana Ottman

    I’m committing to treating my body as a temple and not just this inconvenient mass that totes my head around.

    And to being easier on myself.

    Beach = bliss. Happy for your beach time.

  • http://www.ThePassionateWiseWoman.com Angelique

    Committed to just frickin doing “IT” whatever it is. No more hiding, no more resisting just doing it. Leaping with faith!! This manifest in so many different ways for me from my home to my business. This life is a practice, thanks for the honestly, keeping it real! And giving ourselves the gift right now! This moment….. and gurl would you mind putting some of that beach in an envelope and sending me some!!!!lol

  • http://www.lsvdesign.com lidia varesco racoma

    This morning, I am committing to creating 3 new designs for my (currently-empty) Etsy greeting card shop. I have been putting it off far too long (fear, uncertainty, procrastination?) and decided NOW is the time. Taking small steps is better than taking none.

    Oh, and thanks to you, I am also committing to more trips to the beach in Chicago!

  • http://journeyingwoman.com Ann McMahon

    Listening to music. I have houseful of CDs  (and cassettes) that renew, revive & release the joy in me. But I have been living in silence. Why? Choosing to stay surly. Not good. Time for some toooones ;)

  • http://toliveinspired.wordpress.com/ Heather

    love it! I also live really close to the beach and have not been in a while either. I have had this same stuff on my mind. Thinking the other day why do we stop doing what feeds ups, what works for us? I am working on getting it into a post too, but not video (working on that brave part of myself!) 
    If I can do something creative even a tiny thing on a daily or almost daily basis it’s what helps keep me sane so working in my visual journal, writing or photography are my main ones.. Also love listening to music! 

  • jen

    I am committed to teaching my first intro to hula hooping course to 5 curious students in an hour and a half in Spanish. Playlist- check.

  • http://www.indiainktattoo.com Julianne Fuchs-Musgrave

    Excellent!! Two weekends ago I agreed to go to my husband’s high school reunion, only because I knew it was being held at the beach. I was on the sand before the sun rose both mornings (and the only, ONLY reunion-goer to go to the beach at all) and spent some serious quality-time later on Saturday at a secluded beach, just me & my ocean. After spending the evening before with people whose conversations were either “what they did back when,” or “death, disability, discontent,” I committed myself to the dream I was given two years ago on another beach. To get myself to the beach I love, PERMANENTLY, ASAP! The best part of the thought process is the realization that though slow, I’ve been moving forward to not a dream, but the reality ever since it first hit me.
    Keep it up out there–you are wonderful you know!! And next time you hesitate taking those 11 teensy-tiny blocks, I want you to hear my voice–”This could be the very last thing you do in your life–JUST DO IT!!!!” x0

  • Alisa

    Mmm, the beach. It’s really hard to have enormous problems at the beach because the ocean is so large and so eternal that all of your really enormous issues feel so inconsequential in comparison.

    This week — this whole month, really — is about closing out the old stuff and opening the doors to new ideas and opportunities. 

  • Anonymous

    So happy to see you keepin’ it real at the beach! :)

    I’m committed to getting outside for a walk, ‘cuz that just makes everything better. Walked to the bakery this morning for coffee!

    Also committed to communicating, speaking up, putting my lamp on a stand, experimenting to find what works.

  • Amy

    I’m committing to a more disciplined writing practice.  To kicking the whiner out of the room, and just letting the words flow.  Everyday, at least something.

  • http://www.facebook.com/amyahlers Amy Grant Ahlers

    Dyana,

    I can so relate to everything you say. Always. You inspire me. You are a poet priestess oracle and I so appreciate you!

    I’m finding my joy by saying no when I want to. By standing in my power. By giving Annabella (my 3 year old) extra hugs in the morning. By knowing that every moment is a teaching moment.

    Love,
    Amy

  • Tracey

    I’m loving your thought of letting the teenager in you sit in the back seat and sulk. Amen.

    I started a 30 day dive into an ecourse: Be Gentle, Be Love via kindovermatter.com. I posted my first day’s exercise today (an exploratory into all things “joyful”) on my blog. I’m just looking forward to letting myself smile more. :-).

  • http://twitter.com/rosiemedia Rosie Taylor

    Love the beach too and live close enough to go more often. (Get in that backseat you teen!) Ok, so what’s changed for me starting back on June 1st (coincidence?) is that I’ve been writing every day. Using the #trust30 prompt to get me thinking, but then going beyond that. Ya, the teen’s not happy about it, but whatev… :-) I’m committed to growing as a writer because writing gets me fueled up for everything else.  Thanks for sharing!

  • http://twitter.com/blacksburgbelle April Bowles Olin

    Hey Dyana! It’s so interesting that you bring this up, because I’ve been thinking about this a lot. One of the things that strengthens my relationship with my husband and makes me feel amazing on the weekends are our morning walks. We talk about the past week, our ideas and dreams, and reconnect after working so hard. And, we haven’t been making them a priority for the past few months. There’s always an excuse–we need to clean the house, we need to sort and pay the bills, we need to go grocery shopping, I’m not feeling well. And, when we do make those walks a priority, it can completely change both of our moods for the entire day, so why wouldn’t we make it a must instead of a “if we can find time”? Anyways, I really related to your video and it helped me clarify this idea that I’ve been thinking about a lot. 

  • http://twitter.com/blacksburgbelle April Bowles Olin

    Hey Dyana! It’s so interesting that you bring this up, because I’ve been thinking about this a lot. One of the things that strengthens my relationship with my husband and makes me feel amazing on the weekends are our morning walks. We talk about the past week, our ideas and dreams, and reconnect after working so hard. And, we haven’t been making them a priority for the past few months. There’s always an excuse–we need to clean the house, we need to sort and pay the bills, we need to go grocery shopping, I’m not feeling well. And, when we do make those walks a priority, it can completely change both of our moods for the entire day, so why wouldn’t we make it a must instead of a “if we can find time”? Anyways, I really related to your video and it helped me clarify this idea that I’ve been thinking about a lot. 

  • http://twitter.com/Steph_Watanabe Stephanie Watanabe

    Wow, I’m so glad I finally got around to reading this post + watching your video.  
    I too CRAVE being near the ocean.  There’s something so relaxing and grounding about being near the water.  Reminds me that I need to make time to be outside, in the sun, with my feet on the ground (preferably in the sand) and near water.  It recharges me and invigorates me like nothing else.
    Thanks for this reminder!!  xo

  • Carolyn

    I am committing to allowing my personal creativity needs will become a priority, and that I will do the planning to make my lifelong passion be a reality. I used to live by the ocean, and abandoned it in pursuit of something I new was not my permanent path. I have allowed financial security needs to cloud my vision, and I really want to get back on track, even though I’ve wasted almost 30 years.

  • Matt Porter

    You look good without makeup and your hair pulled back. You look like you could be my sister…. nice frame job on that video recording… face upper right, up-do to of frame, running shoes over left of the top frame.. pacific ocean on the horizon line.. you do this for a living?

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