Posted by: dianaiannarone | April 19, 2018


If you need help deciding, inbox me at for a free consultation!

Posted by: dianaiannarone | April 19, 2018

Little Moments

In this capture the big moment is a beautiful sunrise, but if you look closely there is an otter swimming by…Sometimes those little moments can be at least as breathtaking. Do you look for them?

Posted by: dianaiannarone | April 11, 2018

Are You Vulnerable?

Until we can admit that we are vulnerable, we will carry too much leading ourselves to breaking point.

Posted by: dianaiannarone | April 3, 2018

Flow of Life

It is easy to be distracted and miss out on the wonder of life. Stay connected.

Posted by: dianaiannarone | March 26, 2018

Have You Embraced Your Shadow-Self?

You must find your shadow self which has been imploring you to embrace the power it grants you.

-excerpt Me & My Shadow.

Posted by: dianaiannarone | March 22, 2018

Waking Up is Worth It

It’s often easier to sleep through elements of our own life. Sleeping means we may not be  consciously aware of the truth of everything around us. Sometimes waking up can be hard, but it is so worth it!

Posted by: dianaiannarone | March 20, 2018

Embrace the shadow

To experience wholeness we must be willing to embrace our shadow-self as well.  Rejecting any part of ourselves leaves us fragmented.

Posted by: dianaiannarone | March 20, 2018

Breathe in Life

So often we let our life run us, instead of us running our life. It’s critical we make ourselves a priority and take the time for the things that fill us up-that connect us to a bigger, more joyful reality.


Posted by: dianaiannarone | March 10, 2018

Tired of Being Invisible?

Here is an excerpt from my book Me & My Shadow, Move from Fear and Control to Love and Freedom. If this reminds you of where you are, inbox me or email me at for a free phone consultation. Invisible self-esteem leads to destruction; a sense of being invisible in our own life. Once I found my power, I never lost it again! You can too!

“It is important to note, that my high self-confidence was always intact. It was my self-esteem that was nearly invisible. The deep sense of who I was and my right to just “be.” I thought my value was only in my “doings,” my measure of accomplishment based on what I could do. I didn’t realize what little regard I had for my right to feel, and have those feelings honored. I was in denial of the misalignment in my life. Teachers teach what they most need to learn.”

Posted by: dianaiannarone | March 9, 2018

Your Reflection

Life is too short to wait. No need to photoshop it!

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