When traveling for work or leisure, I’ve often found one of the most beautiful and revelatory parts of new cultures centers around their religions. Italy’s transcendent cathedral architecture and Renaissance paintings. Bali’s towering stone temples and daily flower-filled offerings lining the streets. India’s multi-day, technicolor wedding festivities.
As my husband is Indian and a scientist and I am Irish Catholic but a child of two scientists, our family’s take on the holidays has always been a bit like our approach to our Indian wedding: a la carte. We love to give people gifts, so each holiday season sees us putting a lot of time and care into handcrafting candies, chocolates, jams, and other gifts for our friends and families each year.
This year, as part of my never-ending gratitude to all of you who read our newsletters, watch our webinars, attend our retreats, and sign up for coaching and the database, I wanted to extend that holiday tradition in your direction.
In many holiday traditions around the world, various days following Christmas are the real gift-giving days. In Italy, where much of my travel writing is focus, a witch rides in on a broomstick on January 6th bringing children’s gifts. So we’ve created a little bit of a mash-up of traditions and put together a riff on the 12 Days of Christmas between today and January 6 with tons of advance access to products we’re not launching until later next year and deep, deep discounts on many of our offerings.
You’ll see things like:
- Your choice of 11 magazine breakdowns in PDF form from the Travel Magazine for $1 a magazine
- query critiques
- a bundle of 7 e-books on travel writing
Each day, the offer of the day will be available starting at 12:00pm EST / 9:00am PST and stay open until 12:00am EST / 9:00pm PST or until the supply runs out. As many of the things we’ve set up for you are special offers on coaching calls, we can only offer a limited number to make sure we can fit them all in.
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