This week’s guest: Kimberly Wilson writer, do-gooder & entrepreneur
Kimberly Wilson is a teacher, writer, do-gooder, entrepreneur, and eco-fashion designer currently obsessed with paris, potbelly pigs, and all things sparkly. She is the creative director and founder of tranquil space – named among the top 25 yoga studios in the world by Travel + Leisure, author of hip tranquil chick and tranquilista, and holds a Master’s in Women’s Studies.
When not bookstore browsing, you’ll find her sipping heaps of tea, crafting new designs for TranquiliT, or leading retreats. Her work has been featured on Martha Stewart Living Radio, in Daily Candy, Fit Yoga, US News and various books. With a passion for do-gooding, Kimberly launched Tranquil Space Foundation to bring yoga, creativity, and leadership to women and girls and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Social Work.
She lives in a cozy raspberry-colored flat in Washington, D.C. with two fancy felines named after French impressionists, a supportive beau, and a sassy black pug. Indulge in musings on tranquilology through her blog and podcast, tranquility du jour. Learn more at kimberlywilson.com.
- I mentioned the delights of Hunan Home in San Francisco’s Chinatown and also Ghiradelli chocolate.
- I mentioned my trips to Kripalu and to Portsmouth and that there were great travel tips shared on my Facebook page.
- I was honoured to be a guest on Kimberly’s Tranquility du Jour podcast.
- Kimberly shared the impact of The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron The Artist’s Way
- I talked about Full Moon Dreamboards and the upcoming telecircle on November 21st. You can register here.
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