revolution week two



If you're just joining us, we've just finished the second week of the Digital 40 Days challenge - a program combining yoga, meditation, and guided questions via email and podcasts - and this week's recap is brought to you from Danne, who you may remember as our Wanderlust Vermont scribe.

meet danne

name: Danne Dzenawagis
role at lululemon: Boston-area lululemon educator
current hometown: Boston (by way of the sandy shores of Cape Cod)
random fact: I have a cat the size of a small bear
what did you learn this week? Sometimes it’s better to let go than to hold on.
a word that describes your 40-day experience so far: Questioning

this week i learned...

I have a bit of a confession to make...I’m not feeling the slightest bit of personal revolution thus far—in fact, I feel exactly the same as I did 2 weeks ago. I’m well aware that change doesn’t happen overnight, but that’s just it—what I’ve found with this program is that it isn’t much of a change from my normal life: I already have a well-established yoga practice, I’ve recently committed to (and have actually followed through with) meditating each day, eating clean is always a top priority of mine, and I’ve spent the past year or so inquiring within about a lot of the questions that Baron raises throughout the program.


Danne's cat is the size of a small bear

So...what does this mean? It means that maybe for once in my life I’m at a point where I don’t need a revolution. It means that all that work I’ve been doing has actually paid off, and ultimately it means that I’m ok—more than ok—right now, and that’s a pretty awesome thing to discover if you ask me.

We'd love to hear from other Digital 40 Day-ers out there. What have you learned? What (if anything) is challenging you? Use the #digital40days tag on twitter and instagram to stay connected and share an update on how things are going.

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I love the honesty with which Danne shared that she’s NOT feeling change. I have a hard time with really structured 10- 20- 30- and beyond day kind of challenges. I strive to try to make each day a little better than the last, making it feel at this point like I’ve been on a “challenge” and journey for all of my life. I feel my best when looking back over the years, versus a challenge or a very specific point in time.

I appreciate life-changing and reflection challenges and acknowledge that they work well for many people, but I’ve also found acceptance in knowing they’re not for me.

And that cat – adorable!

Comment by erin @WELLinLA — January 22, 2013 @ 1:40 pm


Sounds like Danne has it all figured out. It’s what you learn after you know it all that really counts.

Comment by Heather — January 22, 2013 @ 3:03 pm


Great post, Danne! Congrats to you on manifesting your own revolution, and for sticking with the Digital 40 Days anyway.

So far here’s what I’ve learned:
Right Aim, Right Energy, http://bit.ly/ViDinw
The Pig and the Fox, http://bit.ly/Wr8jkU

And here’s what’s challenging me:
How to Survive a Personal Crisis Part 4: Turn the Other Cheek, http://bit.ly/Wr8jkU

Comment by Erin — January 22, 2013 @ 3:32 pm


I have to admit that I feel the same way. I don’t feel much of a revolution rather then a confirmation that I have been on the right track for the past 2 years, constantly evolving and challenging my old believes.
But still I do enjoy getting my daily emails and like the feeling that many people around the planet are currently all doing the same thing. :D

Comment by Anissa — January 22, 2013 @ 8:57 pm


Awesome job sticking to the “Digital 40 Days” challenge! It’s the experience that’ll change you.

Comment by Jacob — January 25, 2013 @ 12:57 pm


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