I am sitting here as Christmas is drawing near thinking about the encouragement we need this Christmas. It has been a crazy year.Read more
Here it is friends, your 2020 gift guide for meaningful giving. As we all know this is a special and very different year and for many of us Christmas will be very different this year compared to the years before. That being said I believe we can be even more intentional with our giving… find the perfect gift guide for this season here.
Posted: 20. December 2019
It is time for my Christmas giveaway and I am super excited about it. As you know, I believe in community and having people around the table to open up conversations about life, about the heart, about growing and about changing.
Can you believe that it’s only a few more days until Christmas? The Christmas spirit (and I don’t mean the one from the movie) has moved in and there’s Christmas music playing, sugar and spice everywhere and almost all the gifts are wrapped. But maybe you find yourself kind of alone on Christmas this year and I want to encourage you today. I am also announcing the Christmas giveaway winner.
Last week in my gift guide we talked all about meaningful gifts. There were gifts from spending time with someone to gifts that actually give back or give twice. In order to practice what I talk about and also because giving is just awesome I decided to create the tableseasons 2018 Christmas Giveaway. I want to gift one person a 3 month coffee subscription with Coffee Circle.
Have you ever felt completely overwhelmed with Christmas gifts? Like everybody is telling you what to give and somehow it becomes this large things which isn’t really fun anymore and only pressure? Me too which is why I am sharing my gift guide for meaningful giving with you today. It has all kinds of ideas from food to wellness to books including Shakespeare’s Star Wars and date night ideas.
Last year I wanted to go to this very special Christmas market and nobody had time to go with me but I really wanted to go and so I decided to go by myself to proof something to myself. I cried all the way driving there. I felt so lonely and alone.