Cover design courtesy of Jessi Connolly
Escaping Reaction; Embracing Intention is now available!
You can find the Kindle version here.
In this ebook, we’ll move beyond the buzz words and into the practical side of intentional living. What does it look like, day to day – in the face of real demands, the unexpected, and human nature itself?
If life feels like a bit like a juggling act you can’t maintain or a race you’re perpetually losing, I wrote this for you.
7 printable intention sheets also included to help you apply the book’s message!
What people are saying:
“I tend to think I can do it all or at least that I should do it all. I work full time at a local non-profit as well as blog part time, try cook dinner every night, keep the house clean, do laundry, have great conversations and dates with my husband, attend our community group faithfully, spend time investing in friendships with the ladies in my life, meet with our marriage mentors, spend time with family who lives in town, learn new things, and pretty much do it all. Reading Jacey’s book was a reality check one quiet Saturday morning, my eyes were opened to my giant to-do list plagued by the “most urgent.” I was able to take a step back, really look at my life, and start mapping out what is most important. Even my cellphone is rejoicing as I finally figured out that I don’t need to get a notification every time someone likes my picture on instagram! I recommend this book without reservation for all you hard working ladies out there that are tied with guilt to your to-do list! It is a quick, engaging, encouraging read that blessed my life abundantly ”
– Elizabeth of Oak + Oats
“Escaping Reaction, Embracing Intention takes the popular phrase ‘living intentionally’ and makes it both more important and more practical. By pointing out what we’re missing when we live a life of reaction, Jacey shows how intention is essential for our relationships, work, and general well-being. By offering simple strategies for overcoming particular roadblocks, she makes living intentionally utterly practical.”
– Jenn of A Simple Haven