Discussions about which family house to be at, on what day and what time....
…the hokey pokey dance of spending equal amounts of time with all sides of your family
…The "must gift" mentality that stares you in the face every December
…Magic acts of coming up with extra money for gifts that rarely please
…And the endless wondering on how to make the season focused on Christ and not commercial consumerism
You’ve probably heard this dozens of times : Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year.
And you believe it (why else would you have Hallmark movies DVR’d and a plan to bake at least 6 different thumbprint cookie recipes!)
Everybody says it, but secretly you wonder: Is this just something we are saying to ourselves?
Each time you get into cozy chit-chats about Christmas, inevitably the words “busy” and “crazy” get tossed into the conversation like cranberries craisins into a broccoli salad.
Everyone says these things as a point of connection, but lately it’s been bugging you that the holy holiday of Christ’s birth is being identified with words that are the exact opposite of PEACE.
Especially when you find yourself feeling like you’ve spent all year trying to get a sense of forward motion in life and all you have to show for it is a half empty journal of Power Sheets with a lot of color-coded ideas that never happened (reading the Bible in a year included).
You wanted something different this year, but you’re exhausted and you are not a Pinterest mom (That adorable origami advent calendar made from quilted fabric will not be made with your hands any time soon).
You know it can be different.
And it can be…
But BEFORE it can be different you need to sit down by the fire
and pour a cup of hot chocolate with whipped cream and a bit of toffee sprinkles
You’re gonna need it…
because it will help you swallow these Christmas season truths that no one is willing to say.
What if you decided to DEFINE and DETERMINE what being HOME for CHRISTMAS looks like for your family?
If you made it this far, then you ALREADY know that having a memorable Christmas that is marked by REST and not STRESS
requires a few essential ingredients:
simple strategies to make connection happen with each other rather than a device!
clear boundaries and a road map that steers YOU clear of Burn Out
an easy to follow solution for making Peace on Earth happen at home (no more sibling squabbles)
and done-in-5-minutes activities that create mini-memories sprinkled throughout the lead up to Christmas Day.
What if Christmas didn’t look like a December calendar month filled with activities, non-stop to do lists and bank-breaking shopping sessions?
It doesn’t have to.
Introducing I’ll Be Home for Christmas: An Attachment Guide for Embracing God, Your Family and Your Imperfections this Christmas
The complete Christmas Bundle - overflowing with experience-creating resources to form deeper attachment and increase the laughter and love in your home
I’ve invested the last 12 months working one on one with families who are longing for deeper connection and attachment in their homes.
*Families who are longing to build connection away from screens and interacting with each other
*Families that are tired of the break-neck speed of life but aren’t sure how to introduce a slower pace into their home
*Families aching to make their Christmas memories be more than just quoting movie lines to each other
*Families concerned that if something doesn’t change—and fast—burn out is inevitable
*Families tired of wasting precious time trying to please everybody’s outside expectations and sacrificing what their own family TRULY needs
The Result is…
an easy-to-follow 3 Step Method for creating REST and removing STRESS from your family Christmas holiday