Sunday, April 15, 2012

tranquility du jour #239: juicy blogging

Welcome to the 239th edition of Tranquility du Jour. Today’s show features upcOMing happenings and Juicy Blogging with Britt Bravo.




Workshops + Retreats: Join moi  for a tranquilologie experience.

Ongoing
* 1:1 Mentoring 
* Creative + Conscious Business E-course
* Tranquilologie: A DIY Sprinkling of Everyday Tranquility E-course+ 
(+new issue releases 1st of each month)
* Tranquil Space Lifestyle E-course
* Spring Tranquilolgie Seasonal Podcast

2012
* Urban Women's Retreat in Richmond April 21
* Yoga, Vegan, Volunteer: A Day at PIGS Animal Sanctuary in West Virginia April 29
* Doga in the Park in DC May 12
* Yoga, Vegan, Vintage in DC May 20
* Yoga + Art Retreat in Paris + Provence May 24-June 2 (1 spot opened), June 7-16 (4 spots left)
* 6-week Tranquilista Lifestyle E-course launches July 11 
* Art Journaling Playshop in DC July 21
* PIGS 20th Anniversary Fete in DC September 19
* 7-week Fall Creativity Circle in DC October 2
* Art + Yoga Cabin Retreat in West Virginia October 12-14 (6 spots left)
* Tranquil Space Foundation Celebration in DC October 24
* Art Journaling Playshop in DC November 3
* Yoga Retreat in India November 16-25



Featured Tranquilista: Britt Bravo is a blogger, podcaster, and blog coach for artists, writers, creative entrepreneurs and do-gooders. She's also a big vision consultant who loves to help people find and express their calling. When she's not blogging, she loves to cook, collage, write letters, interview big visionaries, and bring groups of people together online and offline. She recently started a new blog, VegCookbookclub.com, where readers cook through vegan and vegetarian cookbooks together.
Savvy Sources:
Website: brittbravo.com
Blogs: Have Fun, Do Good
VegCookbookClub 
E-courses: Juicy Blogging E-Course
Juicy Blogging Circle
Twitter: @bbravo
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OMwork: What are your takeaways from this podcast? How can you enhance your blog or connect to a more juicy way of writing?


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Au Revoir: To close out the show, we’re playing Wiruu with Under the Sun. Listen to more of the DJ's work at soundcloud.com/wiruu.

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2 comments:

Britt Bravo said...

Thanks for having me on the show, Kimberly. If folks like the idea of creating blog post idea cards, here's a link to the blank business cards I use from Paper Source:
http://www.paper-source.com/cgi-bin/paper/color/business-cards/2505.110/200.html

Olivia said...

Kimberly and Britt, thank you so much. This came at a most appropriate time as I am currently putting together a bunch of content for my blog, which is yet to be launched. I'm so excited about it - I just know it's going to be juicy! You have given me much to think about and act upon.

I would love to see Britt's list of blogs she loves - or at least a subset of it. I love Goddess Leonie, too - especially because she is a fellow Aussie.

Kimberly, you are so fabulous - thank you again for putting such an amazing resource here for us all. I always feel really sad when I read about you sad and grieving for your Gramma. Even though I know it's a process and I know you'll get through it. Big hugs!