We are full-swing in the holiday season. With it, it doesn’t take long for us to start to feel a bit exhausted and lost in the hustle and bustle. If you’re anything like me, you are craving a way to make the season a bit more refreshing and filled with more celebration. To be honest, I’m not one to turn too quickly to nature. However, recently I learned about the work of Hannah Anderson, and the way she uses nature as a teacher was incredibly unique and very intriguing to me. As I learned more and got my hands on her new book, I realized that, as we approach the advent and holiday season, there truly is so much to learn from the way ‘heaven and nature sing’. This conversation is one that will invite you into a new rhythm for the season.
Rewriting the way we approach hope, faith, joy and peace.
“The secret to being happy this season is, you don’t have to be.”
What nature has to teach us about winter and seasons.
How to get out of the bustle and develop traditions of reflection.
As you prepare to host, pour out, give, open your door and fill your table- our hope is that this conversation will be one that invites you to be still and make intentional changes. No matter what faith you practice and what holiday you are preparing to celebrate, this conversation is for you!
I was living in Thailand, longed for community, starting opening my door and filling my table. Now I’m living ‘charcuterie’ as a way of life and teaching what I learned about living intentionally everyday.