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November 21, 2011

The Rhythm of Family: Discovering a Sense of Wonder through the Seasons

“The Rhythm of Family” is a lovely and thought-inspiring book by SouleMama blog writer, Amanda Soule. In a time of rushing around, general being busy, computers etc, the book offers gentle and beautiful ideas and thoughts about what it means to be connected, as a family, to nature and its rhythm through the season.

The book starts with January, with thoughts about winter, winter craft and family activities. It continues on through each month with lovely ideas on how to slow down and enjoy nature and family life. This could be by baking bread, writing a family manifesto, enjoying a preserving party in fall, camping, making summer smoothies, taking seasonal walks etc.

If you feel disconnected with your family and the seasons and you would like some ideas and thoughts to slow down and enjoy each other and nature, then reading “The Rhythm of Family” will inspire you.

The book combines seasonal craft with lovely ideas on family activities on how to live a slower family life, but it is also a very personal family journal from a family already connecting with the great outdoors and with themselves.

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