Welcome to Tranquility du Jour

Because you’re here, I know you’re looking for ways to live with more meaning and intention in your busy life.

The good news is, you’re in the right place. We started as a yoga studio in 1999 and have grown into a like-hearted global community on a path to live and spread tranquility worldwide since 2004.

Tranquility du Jour is your guide to infusing tranquility, mindfulness, and beauty into your every day. Everything we do here builds on the five TDJ Tenets — compassion, creativity, mindfulness, style, and wellness. Through our content, courses, community, and more, you’ll feel supported every step of the way.

To get started, I invite you to explore our offerings below. I think you’ll love you’ll love it here!

Thank you for stopping by my little corner of the internet. I look forward to getting to know you.

To get started, sign up for my weekly newsletter Love Notes and gain access to tips exploring each of the five TDJ Tenets — compassion, creativity, mindfulness, style, wellness, to support you in creating your tranquil life.

Thank you for stopping by my little corner of the internet.

Where do I  start?

The journey toward a more tranquil and creative way of living takes practice and support.

Grab a cuppa tea, pull out your journal and pen, and I’ll show you around.

What are the TDJ Tenets?

You’ll find the TDJ Tenets—the 5 principles of living a Tranquility du Jour lifestyle—sprinkled throughout everything we do here.

What is the TDJ Manifesto?

Tranquility du Jour stands for infusing tranquility and beauty into your every day. This manifesto captures what this looks like!

What is the Tranquility du Jour Daybook?

My vision for this dateless planner was to serve as a catch-all for dreams, days’ events, and deepest thoughts. A chance to pause and find pockets of tranquility within the busyness of daily life. Chock-full of tips, tools, and checklists, inside you’ll find four seasonal layouts, 12 monthly layouts and 60 weekly layouts, invitations to pause, lists to complete, plant-based recipes, journal prompts, yoga and meditation how-tos, and more. Personalize it with ephemera, colored markers, washi tape, and your heart’s longings.

Check Out The Daybook
All Books by Kimberly

It began in 2006 with a pink and leopard-print book about living yoga beyond the mat with Hip Tranquil Chick. A variety of lifestyle books have followed in its footsteps sharing tools, tips, recipes, checklists, how-tos, and inspiration. You’ll also find a pink planner that captures your dreams, days, and deepest thoughts. Read along for insights and support to savor the tranquility lifestyle.

Check Out The Books Here


For creativity: The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #442: Creativity

For business: The E-Myth
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #396: Start Right Where You Are

For lifestyle: The Not So Big Life: Making Room for What Really Matters
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #181: Living the Not so Big Life

For yoga: Jivamukti Yoga: Practices for Liberating Body and Soul
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #425: The Magic Ten with Sharon Gannon

For mindfulness: Wherever You Go, There You Are
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #356: Uncovering Happiness

For style: Entre Nous: A Woman’s Guide to Finding Her Inner French Girl
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #414: Parisian Charm School

For time management: 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #199: 168 hours

For activism: Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #258: Most Good, Least Harm

For homemaking: The Hip Girl’s Guide to Homemaking
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #254: Hip Homemaking

For animals: Living the Farm Sanctuary Life
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #365: Living the Farm Sanctuary Life with Gene Baur

For writing: On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #472:Wild Words

For diet: The Good Karma Diet: Eat Gently, Feel Amazing, Age in Slow Motion
Podcast: Tranquility du Jour #354: The Good Karma Diet with Victoria Moran

kimberly_portrait_2015-15-XLWebster’s Dictionary defines tranquility as the quality or state of being tranquil. Tranquil is then defined as free from agitation of mind or spirit. I define tranquility as “the quality of calm within a full and meaningful life.”

To me, full means active by using my time and energy on what brings me alive, while meaningful means I’m contributing to the bigger picture and making a difference in some small way. Yes, self-care is important to find tranquility and so is getting out there and using our voices.

The word tranquility is woven throughout my work dating back to 1999 with my yoga studio, Tranquil Space. Tranquility is easier to find meditating on a mountaintop or while on vacation, but what about when the dog is barking, kid is crying, or deadline is looming?

That’s where it gets juicy. Together let’s explore the calm among the chaos that contributes to a full and meaningful life.

I find the line to be blurry between work and play. During down time you’ll find me reading non-fiction books, practicing yoga, or thumbing through creativity magazines—all of which are applicable to my professional life and fuel my passion.

During work I’m sipping tea, sitting with clients, and blogging about what’s most on my mind. My work and play commingle in a coherent, holistic way. Also, I’m a sucker for self-care: regular massage, lots of sleep, yoga, and journal writing.

Here are some other ways to find tranquility

🖼 New Year’s Virtual Retreat 1/1 🖼

👩🏼‍💻 1/10 TDJ Live 👩🏼‍💻

💌 Download the TDJ Sampler + Get Love Notes 💌

🎧 Listen to the TDJ Podcast 🎧

👩🏼‍💻 Let’s Connect: blog, videos and more! 👩🏼‍💻

📖 Read along with our online book club 📖

👗 Shop Parfum, Yoga, TDJ Eco-Fashion 👗

🐷🐶 Support Pigs & Pugs Project 🐷🐶

⚜️ Join the TDJ Insider’s FB Group ⚜️

Congrats, ideas are so exciting! For advice on launching a new business, please peruse my book Tranquilista. I share all my lessons learned plus tons of resources.

If you want feedback catered directly to your situation, consider a coaching session. I work with a few select clients per year. Due to time constraints, I am unable to meet for tea or chat via email regarding business or non-profit ventures beyond these offerings.

In 2006 I recorded a podcast that outlines my experience from concept to publication. Listen to it here and learn all my tips and tricks. In addition, on pp. 26-27 of Tranquilista I share a timeline of my writing journey. Good luck!