Holiday Lab 2017
Holiday Lab 2017
Instructor: Amy Bowers (Mama Scout)
Format: 10 Emails, 10 Days
Start Date: December 1st
Reclaim your calm, creative holiday season with this 10-day class.
This class will help you:
- Clear space (mentally and physically)
- Simplify gift giving
- Deal with family struggles
- Create and maintain traditions
- Give back to your community
- And more
Join us and set intentions for what you hope to create this holiday season.
+++New content this year includes thoughts on Hygge, games + entertainment, as well as more recipes, resources, things to make + ideas to try.
Purchase by December 1st to be a part of Holiday Lab 2017.
A Message From Amy:
How does it work?
Each day, for 10 days you will receive a lab directly in your inbox. This lab is yours to keep forever (you can print it out or create a file in your inbox for it).
Each lab contains a topical essay, a writing prompt, an open ended creative project, a recipe, additional resources and more.
Who is it for?
This lab is for anyone who wants to set creative intentions for their holiday season.
If you want to stop the frenzied, empty season that is promulgated in much of our culture, and slow down, simplify your traditions, be present, and stay physically and mentally healthy, this course will help you.
If you are looking for inspiration for simple (and in some cases unusual) holiday projects that connect you to your family, this is for you.
What if I do not have time to do this now?
You do not have to do the labs each day. You can do them as you find the time and feel the need. You might want to print them out and put them in a binder to work on throughout the season.
Is this a Christian course?
No. We celebrate the cultural holiday Christmas and this course centers on things like family traditions, decorating, gift giving, solstice and charity. I think the lab is broad enough to serve any religion or ideological framework.
What if I have already taken Holiday Lab?
The content subjects are the similar, but I add a few new bits and bobs every year. I know I am in a very different place than I was last year, and I will bet you are too. I suspect that we will each react to the lab in new ways this year.