Where Has The Magic Gone?

You CAN Reclaim the Magic of the Holidays!



Where has the magic gone?  Do you ever think back to the holiday seasons of your childhood and wish you could bring them back?


Do you feel frustrated by the commercialism, screaming for ever bigger and more expensive gifts -- "Have you done your holiday shopping yet?"  as if the holidays were only about spending money?  As if it were almost your duty to run up impossible charges?

Does your heart sink at the thought of the credit card bills that are part and parcel of today's holidays?


Here's what happened...


We got too busy.  We got overwhelmed by our stressful daily routines.  We lost that sense of family togetherness that used to make the holidays so special.  And we're trying to fill that gaping hole with commercial shenanigans. 

But today many harried moms and dads look at their busy lives and wonder...

"How can I pull this family together and make
it strong when we're all running a million
miles an hour in different directions?"

Indeed, how can you still have a strong family that sticks together - not just when the kids are young - but when they're teenagers too?



It seems like an impossible dream.


Meanwhile, the holiday comes and goes.  Except for that one day, nothing much is special about it anymore.  If anything, it just seems like a lot of extra work and stress when it should be something you're looking forward to.


And feeling guilty about not getting into the "sprit" doesn't make it any better.

Aren't you tired of being cheated out of the holiday season that you would really like to enjoy?

Well imagine reclaiming something that you thought was lost forever.




Picture this:

 A Christmas that could be different.

 Holidays that are fun for yourself and your family once again!

 And then, imagine what it would feel like to NOT feel that familiar letdown feeling after the holiday is over.  You know the feeling... "Is that it?  Why wasn't it all warm and fuzzy and fun like I always see in the holiday movies?"



Read on and reclaim that magic now!

How?

You see, I was that Frustrated Mom.  I would dread every holiday season because I just knew it would be a lot of stress... and something would be missing.

When my kids were toddlers, I drove myself crazy trying to make  Christmas the best day ever.  As you can imagine, I spent a lot on presents, and ended up having to pay for my splurges for many months.  I was stressed out and frazzled, and when I adminted it to myself-- dissappointed.

I also didn't want my kids growing up thinking it was all about the presents.  I wanted them to realize that there is more to the meaning of the season.


That's when I decided the whole holiday season could be special, and if I did it right, it would give us plenty of chances to bond and make our family stronger.  My kids would grow up with our family's values intact, and they'd also have great memories of the holidays.



So I decided to do something about it.


I made it my mission to get that old happy holidays feeling back, and get my whole family involved as well.

I started to think outside the box and got busy.  I came up with many creative ways to highlight the season in family-friendly ways.


And you know what? It worked. My family loved it. We had a great time!


Now I'm looking forward to the holidays just like I used to, knowing I can make the season last for much longer than just that one day.  And for weeks afterwards I feel a warm glow from the new happy memories I've made.

Of course, I didn't just do it by myself.  I got the family involved, and the friends and neighbors as well.  People started asking me just how I managed to spread so much holiday cheer -- not the fake HO HO HO variety, but the real thing.

They wanted to know how I did it, and I started explaining over and over again what my family was doing.  Then it hit me - I should write it down so other families can take back Christmas too.

Now, not only do I enjoy the season again, I know other families are enjoying theirs as swell.


What about you?


Do you want to take back Christmas too? it's not that hard and doesn't have to cost a lot of money either.  


   Picture a resourceful family, your family, giving of themselves and helping others.

   Picture a family laughing and having fun together.

   Picture the "recipes" that you can use to cook up some treasured holiday memories.


What will you get inside Family Holiday Memories?


  Create holiday spirit right from the start.

  Grow closer as a family while instilling strong values about things like giving, empathy, and thoughtfullness.

  Rein in the season while having fun the whole time.

  Make the holidays last much longer than just one day.

  Make visits with the neighbors, relatives, and extended family enjoyable again.

  Explore traditions old and new, and make memories that last.

  Give gifts that don't cost an arm and leg, and are much more appreciated.

  Reduce your stress with these tips.

  Handle sticky situations you'd rather ignore, but can't.

  Yummy recipes for holiday treats that the family can make together.

  And so much more!


Don't wait, grab this ebook for $17 Only $9.95 right now to get the most out of
the holidays this year!  Your family will thank you.



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I'm also including two bonuses that will give your family even more treasured time together:


The Big Book of Classic Christmas Tales


35 Christmas tales and stories for all ages in ebook format!


A sampling of some of the titles:

  • Christmas at Fezziwig's Warehouse - Charles Dickens
  • The Fir-Tree - Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Telltale Tile - Olive Thorne Miller
  • A Christmas Matinee - M.A.L. Lane
  • Little Wolff's Wooden Shoes - Francois Coppee, adapted and translated by Alma J. Foster
  • A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
  • The Legend of Babouscka - From the Russian Folk Tale
  • Christmas in the Barn - F. Arnstein
  • The Philanthropist's Christmas - James Weber Linn
  • The First Christmas-Tree - Lucy Wheelock
  • The First New England Christmas - G.L. Stone and M.G. Fickett
  • Little Gretchen and the Wooden Shoe - Elizabeth Harrison

Over 340 pages of wonderful stories!



 

Wacky Party Ideas


Fun party ideas for kids, and their parents!


Party Themes:

  • Bad Hair Day
  • Elvis
  • Mud and Pigs
  • Color Party
  • Feet Pampering
  • Backwards
  • Junk Food Jamboree
  • American Idol
  • Convience Store Scavenger Hunt
  • CD Party

These are pretty wacky!





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I'm so sure you're going to love this ebook I've included a 60 day money back guarantee, no questions asked.


Do you want the usual harried Christmas that leaves you drained and disappointed after that one special day?

Or do you want weeks filled with magic as you put into practice the same ideas that worked for me and my family... and countless friends and neighbors too?




P.S.  The holiday season is almost here... if you order now, you can put these ideas into action to make THIS holiday the best ever!

 

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