The ninth day of Christmas . . .
Christmas decorations—lights, trees, ornaments—can be elaborate and expensive. A lot of time, energy, and effort go into setting them up. By January 2nd, many are wondering when it’s time to take them down. Take them down too soon, some will take you for a Scrooge; too late, they’ll figure you’re lazy. Would you believe church tradition anticipated the question? In some traditions, Christmas decorations come down on the evening of January 5th. In other traditions, they don’t come down until February 2nd. That day, Candlemas, is a commemoration of Christ’s presentation in the Temple. It’s also the end of the 40-day Christmas–Epiphany season.
Thank you to Mitch D. Smith for offering the ninth day's gift! Today's free offer is an ebook copy of his book, Junk.
Junk brings truth, humor, and reality to the idea that in order to get the most out of life and achieve success tomorrow, we must begin removing the junk in our lives today. From two real life personal stories, woven into research and a personal perspective, Mitch D. Smith enables you to see how eliminating junk in our lives brings clarity, freedom, and happiness. Out-of-control spending is absolutely killing American families who are trying to keep up with the neighbor next door.
"In Junk, Mitch Smith cuts a path through the clutter and shows us how to clean up-and throw out-the junk that's holding us back."
~Dave Ramsey host of The Dave Ramsey Show and best-selling author of The Total Money Makeover
Get rid of the junk in your life and experience life the way it was meant to be.
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