Well, it’s December! Are you feeling the holiday pressure yet? The hustle and bustle is already taking over my calendar, as I’m sure it is yours too. So to help me maintain peace, I am bringing back this podcast series I recorded some time ago because well . . . real truths are timeless!
Every year about this time my soul begins to long for peace, slower days and these words were ringing through my soul this morning.
Listen in to learn of the 5 Steps that will Bring Back Holiday Peace. [powerpress]
When I turned my calendar month to December, I could immediately feel the pressure mounting. There always seems to be so many added pressures this month, not to mention the normal chaos that life brings.
Why Bringing Back Peace?
I’ve decided, it’s time you and I bring peace back to our chaotic holidays. I will be blogging and podcasting peaceful encouragement for twelve non-consecutive days leading up to Christmas — these will be short devotionals to calm your cares, focus your agenda, and help you remember what this season is all about — peace! (be sure to subscribe for updates to get these delivered straight to your inbox)
The Lord of Peace has been born.
Listen in as we talk about 5 things you can do to ensure your holidays flow peacefully.
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Are you a family that thrives off the hustle and bustle of the season? Or do you prefer the quiet still moments? Either way, this plan will help bring value to your holidays. It’s easy to remember and a proven plan to follow —
5 steps to P-E-A-C-E!
1. P – Plan
2. E – Evaluate
3. A – Accommodate
4. C – Control
5. E – Enjoy
Let me know if you have any other plans that help your holidays run smoothly. We can all learn from each other and avoid those mommy melt-downs and family catastrophes.
I’m off to grab my calendar, a Starbucks latte, and plan a peaceful holiday season. Oh how I wish you could join me, we’d chat about this thing we so desire — PEACE! But since we can’t chat in person, tell me about your holidays below.
How is your December looking?
Peaceful or Frazzled?