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Fancy titles include Freedom Instigator, Joy Enthusiast and Fierce Love Advocate.
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I’d say so much in my life has changed in the last six months, but I don’t see it that way. Sure, I’m in a different city and all, but rather than change, I like to think I’ve simply moved forward.
1. What do you miss most about being a child? Recess. My cute Southern accent. Having a swimming pool in the backyard. 2. What’s on your bedside table? A reading lamp, my “One Line A Day” book that Nicole gave me for Christmas, a pen, my iPhone charger, and random bobby pins. 3. When was [...]
If I could write a letter to my 18-year old self now – from my almost 28-year old self, what would I say? I’d tell college freshman Doni to save more money, be grateful for the people in her life, and never be afraid of her biggest dreams.
In times of struggle and in times of bliss, I’ve discovered that gratitude is the glue that keeps it together. And the guarantee that we’ll get more and more of the things we desire, when we express gratitude for things things that already are present.
Three weeks away from the job search as a yoga teacher and while I’m excited, I’m also battling those silly ego-fueled thoughts of self-doubt in the form of one nagging question: “Am I going to be good enough?”
Some combination of these bad-day killers always works when I need something to pull me out of a funk. Music, wine, yoga, endorphins, and the art of just letting it all go.
Southern Baptist childhood. One year in a Jesuit Catholic university. Friends of all faiths. A year in a hippie-like, yoga-fied, meditating near-mountain town. Spirituality. I’ve had a lot of religion in my life, largely Western influences, Christianity, prayer, repentance, and judgment. In the last year or two I have identified much more with a broader [...]
What kickstarts your creativity? For me, it’s French music, half-pigeon pose, hashing things out with trusted friends, and getting my groove on.
Halfway through Season 3, Doniree shares a few highlights from so far and reflects on what exactly the halfway point means.
“What would you attempt to do, if you knew you could not fail?” I answered that question once, about a year ago, and found myself a certified yoga instructor, living in beautiful Colorado, freelancing and contract-working my way through my days. A year later, it’s time to revisit that question.