Jen Hatmaker has written ten books (see them all here.)
Here is Jen Hatmaker’s website.
Five kids, a prolific speaker, a pastor’s wife and unbelievably real.
I love this woman’s sense of humor. She is hilarious. I also loved her ‘council’ a group of six friends she leaned on during the project and who joined her in varying degrees.
Seven: an experimental mutiny against excess is one of the best books I have read in a long time. You will grow and you will laugh, that’s a winning combination to me.
Clothes: She wore seven pieces of clothing for an entire month.
Spending: Her family spent money in only seven places for one month.
Waste: She adopted seven green habits for a month.
Food: She ate seven foods for an entire month.
Possessions: She gave seven things away each day for a month.
Media: She eliminated the use of seven types of media for a month.
Stress: Her family slowed down and adopted the ‘seven sacred pauses.’
Leave a comment and win a copy! What category would you struggle the most with?
For me: Clothes, pretty partial to sweatpants, so no struggle there.
I think media, because I really like the internet and The Amazing Race.
Also food, no ice cream or nachos bell grande for a month?
Honestly, I was challenged to adopt all of them in varying forms and can’t recommend this book enough!