Happy Holidays from Living Unabridged!

I’ll be taking a break from posting for the next week and a half or so. I hope to see you back here in January – we’ll start 2017 with some ideas about life changing books (including ideas contributed by Living Unabridged readers. If you’d like to suggest a life changing book that should be included, shoot me an email!) and a list of my favorite books in 2016.

Happy Holidays from Living Unabridged
In the meantime, in case you still have time to read blogs in the next few days…

Last Minute Gift IdeasIf you’re looking for some last minute gift ideas:

Christmas InspirationIf you need more Christmas inspiration:

2017 ResolutionsIf you’re getting a head start on resolutions for 2017:

Finding Peace in a Crazy SeasonIf you’re overwhelmed by the craziness of the season:

Practical Advice for WinterPractical advice for the season:

Even though I {probably} won’t be posting until January, you can still find Living Unabridged on Facebook or Instagram. Thank you for being part of the Living Unabridged community in 2016. See you in the new year!

happy new year

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  1. Thanks for the heads up on the Nutcracker/Jim Weis CD. I love the Nutcracker story and this sounds like a great way to introduce it to children.

    BTW, I’ve been thinking about your blog post on reading the bible from your Kindle. That surprised me so much because I’m sure you’ve read the research on how much less we remember when we read digitally. At my age I can’t afford to remember less (ha!) so I only read my Kindle bible when we travel.

    I always enjoy your blog.