Girls just wanna have fun!

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Diana is a spirituality life coach who works with anxious women who want to say ‘yes’ more. She knows what it feels like to be in a place of darkness – to not know yourself and where your inner light went – and how to move forward once you come out the other side. With ten years experience as a high school teacher, Diana asks the right questions to guide you into a deep acceptance of who you are helping you see your true beauty. You can learn more about Diana and get instant access to the Freebie Vault (free e-books, guides, prayers + toolkits), when you sign up on the V.I.P list. You can also send an email to Diana at:

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  • Kendall Kwiatkowski

    EEEKKKK!!!! I WON!! I won something!!! YAY!!!

    but now i’m totally distracted from what I was going to say about your post! Essentially (although prior to the last sentence, i had it all ‘done up nicely’ in my head ;) ) I was going to say- man woman, it’s like you write your blog just for me.

    I have been trying to make a conscious effort to get up earlier, also meaning I need to go to bed earlier. Another of my goals, Im trying to do is go outside with the girls, sit on the tramp, or the hammock or something. just watch them play. Also, im trying to not post things on FB :)

    Thanks so much lovely lady! wonderful blog and wonderful to win xox

    • Hi Kendall. I’m glad that you are so excited. I’ll try and mail that to you by the end of the week. You will get it next week some time. Thank you for supporting “The Butterfly House” and for encouraging ladies in all that you do. Yep I have been getting up earlier too and going to bed earlier. The cool thing is that I find I start my day less frazzled too. I’ve set myself a technology detox. I haven’t been that great at t but it is a work in progress. Enjoy those lovely girls of yours and simply delight in the fun. xxoo

  • I absolutely love this Diana. As you know, I’m a HUGE fan and advocate for Me Time and self care. We must make it a priority and get creative about how we can find time for it. What a fantastic post xo

    • Thanks Naomi for your encouragement and you have created such a lovely opt in focussing on this! You’re doing so well with this all and I know that you are going on a new adventure so this is going to be even more so important.

  • Debra Smith

    yes. finding that precious ME TIME can be very hard. days are filled for me with caring for my family. making sure my husband is well fed while he tirelessly works on getting our car collection ready for resale. looking after my kids even tho they are teens. going to drs appointment. going to physio. so my days are full and still managing my rehabilitation after my injury. so my life has truly changed from that as a working mother and wife. I dont know how u did it then so getting me time is always last in the list. but today I did just that. I made sure hubby had pre cooked food for the day and a dear friend picked me up and took me for a drive to Canungra where they have decoratedtthe little town in pink for cancer. we had a leisurely day looking through a few boutiques meeting some lovely people. then my dear friend bought my groceries while I rested. it was a lovely me day and I definitely will put that on top of my list and be mindful that for my family to function . I. need to time for me….. xx

    • Debra, I love all the shifts that are going on in your life. The more you tap into that intuition and continue to be kind to yourself you are seriously going to unlock so much beauty. You already are. Thank you for being so honest and authentic.