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The Arc Podcast 52: KariAnne Wood

On the latest episode of The Arc, Joy and Adam talked with KariAnne Wood, author of the upcoming book So Close to Amazing (September 2017).  They talked about KariAnne’s blog Thistlewood Farms, how she started writing, DIY projects, her family and more!

If you want to learn more about KariAnne visit: thistlewoodfarms.com

Learn more about So Close to Amazing – Click Here

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So Close to Amazing

Stories of a DIY Life Gone Wrong . . . and Learning to Find the Beauty in Every Imperfection

by KariAnne Wood

This is a book celebrating the incredible, awesome, special individual within each of us. It’s also a book for anyone who has ever mismatched her shoes or trimmed her own bangs when a professional might have been a better choice or added too much soap to the washer and watched it overflow.

(Not that KariAnne Wood has ever done any of these things.)

Fans of The Magnolia Story and The Pioneer Woman will love this debut memoir from the beloved Thistlewood Farms blogger. So Close to Amazing is a collection of hilarious and heartfelt reflections on getting it almost right―and how, instead of giving up, we can choose to simply embrace our real selves right where we are. It’s a story of transparency and honesty and recognizing that perfection is completely overemphasized and overrated. It’s about grace and learning from mistakes and rejoicing in every victory, no matter how small. Because when you find joy in the “you” God created you to be, you’ll discover the amazing that was there all along.

Contains beautiful DIY project ideas anyone can do, whether you’re Pinterest perfect or craft challenged—homemade signs, centerpieces, recipe walls, and more! – Learn more HERE.

Adam Sabados works as Digital Media Manager for Tyndale House Publishers. Adam is an Ohio native and is passionate about Cleveland sports teams. In his free time you might find him performing at an improv show in the Chicago area, or working on his latest writing project.

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