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Dani is a New York Native Living/Working/Playing in Manhattan. She writes at OK, Dani, a blog about Life, Love, Laughter, and Hair, and, she’s cute as a button. Let’s give Dani a warm SITS welcome!
Tell us about your blog and what we can expect when visiting:
First off. HI SITStahs!! SO glad to “meet” you!! ((HUG)) So excited to share my blog and a bit of me with you.
A visit to my blog, OK, Dani brings joy, love and riches beyond your wildest dreams!! Guaranteed!! ::blank stare::
Not buyin it? …. OK, fine, I can at least guarantee one cheap giggle. My blog is what I like to call a happy hodgepodge, just like my life. I post about baby-making, health & wellness, natural hair, books, reviews, personal finance, and randoms from my life or current events. The blog flows with my life and current obsessions and is upbeat. Since I’m currently obsessed with getting preggo…there’s a lot on that these days. But I’m also in grad school and expanding my coaching business so I talk about that a bit too…but…I’m totally going to be a full-on mommy blogger one day. On Monday’s (well…most Mondays) I have a feature called “Mind Right Mondays” where I post my goals for the week and what I’m grateful for. I encourage my readers to do the same and link up, or at least post it in the comments. Committing your goals to paper (or…the web…) really makes them stick!
You live in Manhattan. Tell us your impressions of the city:
Oh!!! ::swoon:: I’m having an eternal love affair with my city. I love living in a town where there’s so much packed into such a little space. We’ve got killer restaurants, broadway shows, awesome and interesting people, nightlife like nowhere else in the country and a vibe that’s indescribable. I love that in one afternoon you can go to Italy, China, India, then go rock climbing and take a trapeze lesson before shopping at the poshest stores on earth while eating a $1 dirty water dog and you’ll probably walk by the filming of some show/movie during all of this. We’ve got great museums, impressive architecture, cute accents, and something to satisfy every single type of person. I can’t even get mad at the slow-walking, neck-breaking, finger-pointing tourists anymore because I love seeing how in love with my city they are!
All that said….I’d totally never want to raise my kids here when I do have them. I want them to have backyard land to run around in and stars to gaze at on clear nights instead of smog and building tops. Besides, I’m already too late on their applications for pre-school. ::hehe::
Have you ever written a post you’ve later regretted?
If you asked me about a week ago I’d have said no way. But, last week I wrote a post that I regretted for a split second, but after some thought was happy I posted. Ya see, I try to keep my posts positive, but this post included a rant about negative and ignorant emails I receive from readers. After I published it, I had a flash of “oh no, I shouldn’t have done that. I should’ve just kept on ignoring those fools.” but I’m glad I “exposed” their foolishness and I know I won’t revisit the issue again. My blog will never be a source of regret.
You are a life coach. What piece of advice can you give us to help make us a bit better?
I did NYU’s Life Coaching program, and I like to call myself a Life & Wellness coach. (I so need to think of something catchier. Any ideas?) It is the best and most fulfilling career choice for me ever! (Shameless plug – www.daniellefaust.com)
Some quick tips I can offer to my SITStahs are:
– Personal development-wise: Beat the roosters to the punch: waking up early and giving yourself some extra quiet time in the morning is amazing. You can use the extra time for whatever you want, the treat is that you have the time. I like to use my morning quiet hour for stretching, meditation, journaling…and then reading blogs!
– Wellness-wise: Drink water like it’s your job: switching my clients off of sodas/juices to water is the first nutrition habit we implement and results are noticed within the first week.Chug! Chug! Chug!
– Spirituality-wise: Say Thank You: take time to write down what you’re grateful for in your journal each day, or say them aloud in the shower each morning. (My husband and I say our grateful lists to each other at dinner each night in lieu of saying grace.) Giving thanks for what you have attracts more things to be thankful for! Can’t beat that!
Thanks for letting me share!! See you soon SITStahs 🙂
Dani and John: A fun survey to get to know Dani and her husband.
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