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You've celebrated, decorated, and cooked your way to holiday exhaustion and you're hitting your limits on more than just your plastic this season.
Inspired by best-selling author Jen Hatmaker's breakout book 7, 7 Days of Christmas is for every jingle-bell sweater wearing, Michelin-rated casserole-making wife, mother, sister, and friend. Following the original seven categories from the book 7--kitchen, fashion, stuff, streaming, tossing, spending, and stressing--Hatmaker shares stories and quotes from holidays past, along with a few simple ideas for replacing excess this Christmas.
In a season where retail stores display Christmas in August with constant pressure to manufacture joy, 7 Days of Christmas will encourage readers toward a little less hustle and busyness in exchange for a little more family, laughter, and generosity.
Hardcover with ribbon bookmark, and presentation page.
|Title: 7 Days of Christmas|
By: Jen Hatmaker
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2019|
Weight: 1 pound
Stock No: WW1888274
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Inspired by and adapted from her breakout book 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess, 7 Days of Christmas takes Hatmaker's social experiments in seven key areasfood, clothes, spending, media, possessions, waste, stressand turns them into thoughtful and practical generosity that captures the true spirit of Christmas.
7 Days of Christmas covers 7 days during the Christmas season to practice both generosity and restraint in the areas related to the book. It will contain snippets of Jens journey throughout to offer insight, humor, ideas, facts, and encouragement for the reader to consider while embracing this change, if only for 24 hours.
Well see the reasons why each area is important to Jen and also applicable to most American families. Well also see how that particular area of excess impacts the family unit, the community, and the world at largecomplete with ideas on how to reduce thoughtless consumption and consider other practices that lead to less stuff but more joy.
Jen Hatmaker, sought-after speaker, Big Sister Emeritus, and Chief BFF, is the beloved author of eleven Bible studies and books, including New York Times Bestsellers For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie. Jen hosts the award-winning For The Love Podcast and leads a tightly knit online community where she reaches millions of people each week in addition to speaking at events all around the country. Jen and her hubby, Brandon, are founders of Legacy Collective, a giving community that grants millions of dollars around the world. The couple lives on the outskirts of Austin with their 5 kids: Gavin, Sydney, Caleb, Ben, and Remy, in a 1910-era farmhouse that they overhauled as stars of the HGTV series My Big Family Renovation.
To learn more about Jen, check out her schedule and podcast at www.jenhatmaker.com.