dearest readers and listeners,
as a new weekly muse, i'm going to begin sharing pieces of recent e-mails from a few of you. thank you SO much for taking the time out of your busy schedules to write. i wanted to post these as a reminder that you are among a group of amazing, inspiring, and empowered women seeking more fun, flair, AND mindfulness along the way! thank you for writing. keep them coming.
"A while ago in your blog you mentioned one of your mentors who may not know you exist. Ever since I left DC Tranquil Space has been one of the things I have missed the most. I love reading the newsletter and using your CD. When you started your blog I added the website to my favorites right away. I also love the podcasts, it's funny to hear your voice saying things other than what is on the yoga cd! Yoga has become such an important part of my life and you have really encouraged me to make other improvements in my life as well. I bought the "Girl Seeks Bliss" book that you mentioned in a podcast and really enjoyed it. I also thought your podcast on nutrition was great with lots of great ideas. Reading one of your new blog posts or listening to a new podcast always brightens my day and gives me new ideas on how to live a happier and more fulfilled life. Most of my friends are completely sick of hearing me say "Well Kimberly says...", but some of them have become hip tranquil chick converts as well! I'm exited for your book to be published, I will be first in line at Barnes & Noble. I just wanted to take a few minutes to let you know that you really have made a difference in my life and I think you are wonderfully inspirational."
"First of all, let me just say that I positively adore the podcasts! I've been a dedicated listener (and blog reader, etc.) since the third podcast and I can't get enough of them. They are one of my favorite parts of the week. You always offer such wonderful insight, ideas and inspiration...and the pose of the podcast is great. I particularly enjoy the hip-openers (I'm a hip girl, too!). I really liked the most recent podcast on what it means to be a hip tranquil chick. It's nice to know that there are other people who are concerned with, striving toward, and struggling with similar things. That knowledge acts as another source of strength for me. I always remind myself that we are all works in progress."