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Wholehearted Living this Autumn!

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Doesn’t September 1 feel more like the start of a new year than the first day of January? As you ease (or go rushing) into the school year—sharpening those new #2 pencils, getting kids settled into new routines, and making new commitments—sign up to receive reflections from Wholehearted Living: Five Minute Reflections for Modern Moms every week or two. (Dads: you're welcome here, too. I've been grateful to hear from many parents of the male persuasion who are dedicated Wholehearted Living readers.)

Wholehearted Living is a 365-daybook, published by Loyola Press. Each day’s entry is 200 words or fewer, and I’ll send 3-5 a month, from September 1 until the end of December.

In its introduction, I describe Wholehearted Living as a book "for moments when you feel drawn toward the divine, as well as for those times when you feel like your frailties are holding you captive and you really just want to stand in the corner, face the wall, and scream."

These short readings are yours for the asking. I look forward to sharing them with you.

We've got this, friends!

Oh, and hey: for a chance to win a free copy of Wholehearted Living, enter this Amazon giveaway by August 3.

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Jennifer Grant is the author of five works of nonfiction, including When Did Everybody Else Get So Old? Indignities, Compromises, and the Unexpected Grace of Midlife (2017, Herald Press) and the picture book for children, Maybe God Is Like That Too (2017, Sparkhouse.) A writer, editor, and speaker in Chicagoland, Grant is a lifelong Episcopalian, the (good enough) mother of four, and wife to bicycle-obsessed David. More at jennifergrant.com.

 
 
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