A lot! Two live sessions. Four weekly video modules to watch at your leisure (or, if you prefer, audio to listen to while on the go). An exclusive Tranquility Salon workbook PDF to help guide you through the course. Guided meditations. Email encouragement. An optional accountability buddy. A private Facebook group. A French playlist. A TranquiliT discount code. The Year of Tranquility PDF. A discount on a new Tranquility du Jour online offering releasing in 2020. The Tranquility du Jour Daybook PDF. Oh, and lifetime access!
Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. —George Bernard Shaw
After hosting Salons in my DC office this past year, I’m delighted to bring the four-week experience directly to YOU virtually. Complete THIS form and you’ll be the FIRST to know when Tranquility Salon Online opens for registration.
Filled with practical tools, poetry, how-tos, and encouragement, we’ll explore FOUR Tranquility du Jour topics: mindfulness, creativity, self-care, and dreams/goals. You’ll learn ways to live with intention and ease as we move into the final months of 2019 and bustling holiday season.
The program includes two live sessions, four weekly video modules to watch at your leisure (or, if you prefer, audio to listen to while on the go), email encouragement, an accountability buddy, a private Facebook group, and more. Each lesson includes an activity such as journaling or meditating to practice on your own while working in your exclusive Tranquility Salon workbook PDF.
It’s hard to believe a week has passed since we were all together exploring the six TDJ Tenets, noshing on warm vegan beignets, sipping green juice, making connections, creating action steps, watching TranquiliT come to life on six gorgeous models, and reflecting while surrounded by art, chandeliers, peonies, and the sounds of piano.
Earlier today I posted some of these photos on the TDJ Soirée private Facebook group and asked about any ripple effects from our time together. By focusing on a Tenet or area that needs attention from our Seasonal Life Reviews (in Year of Tranquility and the Daybook), we can take micromovements or small shifts toward growth.
Here’s what I shared about my own:
“For me, I’ve been more cognizant of CREATIVITY. For example, I scheduled creative adventures for Mom all week and even pulled pages from my Daybook to outline her schedule with a highlighter. I met up with friends for hand lettering practice. Mom and I spent Friday night practicing our drawing “skills” with Flow’s 50 Ways to Draw Your Beautiful Ordinary Life. (Why are teapots so hard to draw?!) We wandered the three floors of Bethesda’s Anthropologie store and were flooded with inspiration. I shared a few new photos on Instagram (an ongoing creative outlet that helps me see ordinary moments with a fresh eye).”
Earlier today I came across this F. Scott Fitzgerald quote, “For what’s it’s worth, it’s never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be . . . I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.”
Although the Soirée has passed, I hope to continue challenging myself to live these Tenets and to infuse my days with beautiful moments through creative play, mindfulness practices, self-care, and more. Who’s with me?! Bisous. x