Before you dash out for your holiday weekend adventures, I wanted to share the latest edition of Tea with Kimberly.
This week is a Mindful Check-in video to help as you wade through airports, highways, or your own backyard. This practice is a helpful tool to pause and check in with ourselves physically, emotionally, and mentally.
I’m delighted to announce that pianist and composer Heather McAuliffe will be sharing her talent at our TDJ Soiréeon Sunday, June 9. We’ve worked together on over the years and you’ll hear her beautiful music on my first yoga CDs.
Last weekend I headed to Pittsburgh to hear my boy Garthplay in his stadium tour (and fell in love with the opening act, Midland). Whew, I’m still on a high from the experience!
I love how it taps into emotional parts that can only be touched through lyrics, rhythm, melody, harmony, and overall texture. I’m sure you, too, have found the sound of music to be transformative.
Of course, I had to explore further and, yes, there’s a whole music therapy program. Clearly we’re not alone in our connection to its effect on our overall well-being. Now, please excuse me while I put Midland’s album on repeat. Again. Bisous. x
In this week’s edition of Tranquility du Jour, I chat with Carly Pollack about the her new book, Feed Your Soul. We discuss the law of attraction and food karma, why clarity of outcome is important, the five non-negotiables of weight loss, and more.
Carly Pollack is the author of Feed Your Soul and is the founder of Nutritional Wisdom, a thriving private practice based in Austin, Texas. A Certified Clinical Nutritionist with a master’s degree in holistic nutrition, Carly has been awarded Best Nutritionist in Austin five years running and has helped over 10,000 people achieve their health and happiness goals. Visit her online at www.carlypollack.com