Are you ready for
your happy holidays?
My Holiday Survival Hints Can Help
Will you survive the holidays?
Or will you thrive.
Christmas is around the corner and one thing that can quickly suck the joy out of the season is the stress of buying gifts. If you are here you probably agree that giving gifts is easy— as long as you can find the perfectly thoughtful and meaningful gift!
This year, I want to help you in your search for some fun gift ideas to help you take care of the peeps on your list – yourself included! I’ve gathered some of my favorite things along with some recommendations from my online friends! Sign up below to get a free PDF copy of my Christmas collection.
This Christmas Collection of gift ideas includes some of my favorite things – it also includes some of yours! In addition to a great list of ideas, I will also drop in your inbox for a few days to give you practical ideas for enjoying this holiday season with family, friends, and for yourself! You don’t have to dread all of the “extras” that come with this joyous and often busy time of year. You can find simple ways to celebrate the season and make memories that will last from the small moments that matter most.
You don’t have to survive the holidays. You can thrive!
I’ve created this free tool to help.
MORE ABOUT ME…
CHRYSTAL EVANS HURST
Chrystal Evans Hurst is an author and speaker who loves to offer practical encouragement to women of all ages. She reaches a wide audience of women speaking at conferences, sharing on her blog, “Chrystal’s Chronicles,” writing for Proverbs 31 Ministries, and teaching and leading women in her home church. Chrystal also cultivates hearts and commands chaos as the chief operating officer of the Hurst household. She and her husband Jessie adore their three very hungry boys, two adult girls, one son-in-love and their one gorgeous granddaughter. You can find her sharing the journey at ChrystalEvansHurst.com
Jesus is the reason for the season!
Enjoy His party with the people you love. Make time to laugh, have fun, and just be together. Cook the food. Do the shopping. Plan the holiday gatherings. But sure to remember to reflect on the gift of His presence this season too.