Tranquility du Jour #401: Finding Your Inner Artist

Finding Your Inner Artist with Susan Prolman. In this week’s edition of Tranquility du Jour, learn how to transition from a person who doesn’t make art to one who does, ways to improve your artistic skills, and a few books to assist your artistic journey.

Tranquility du Jour #401: Finding Your Inner Artist


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Featured Guest: Susan Prolman

Susan Prolman is an advocate by nature. Susan has lobbied against factory farming and for environmental protection in Washington, DC for years. She served as Executive Director of the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition and as Director of International Campaigns for The Humane Society of the United States. While a student at Georgetown University Law Center, Susan helped to create the school’s first animal law course. Earlier, she served as New Hampshire State Director for presidential candidate Paul Tsongas, who won this first-in-the-nation primary election. Susan currently leads Activism For Animals.

For fun, Susan is a world traveler, writer, vegan recipe developer, artist, and jewelry designer. She runs the Etsy shop Veg Shop. She’s is also a certified laughing meditation instructor. You can learn more about Susan at

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  1. Kimberly Wilson says:

    Hello Kayla! So glad you liked it. I typically pick up Flow at Barnes & Noble. and am now a subscriber. It’s a beautiful magazine! xo

  2. kaylacsanders says:

    Hi Kimberly! Great podcast. It really inspired me to explore my creativity more. I was wondering where you buy Flow magazine in the US, as I haven’t been able to find it. Thank you!

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