Join USA Today bestselling author Tricia Goyer and her family of eleven as they embark on a yearlong quest to eliminate grumbling from their home and discover a happier, healthier, and more grateful approach to living life.
The Goyer home--with two parents, eight kids, and one eighty-eight-year-old grandmother with dementia--is never without noise, mess, activity, and, often, complaining. And it's not just the kids grumbling. After adding seven children in less than six years through adoption, the Goyer family decided to move out of survival mode and tackle the impossible: a grumble-free year.
The Grumble-Free Year will give you the tools you need to:
- Go with the flow when life gets in the way of your plans
- Discover what really matters to you and your family
- Thrive, not just survive, as a family
In The Grumble-Free Year, the Goyers invite you into their journey as they go complaint-free and discover what it looks like to develop hearts of gratitude. They share their plans, successes, failures, and all the lessons they learn along the way, offering real-life action steps based in scripture so that you can also uncover a heart that is truly thankful.
Praise for The Grumble-Free Year:
"The Grumble-Free Year is about becoming more than just grateful. It's about learning how to see beyond the words to uncover what is really happening in the heart of our children and, equally important, ourselves. With humility and authenticity, Tricia Goyer invites us into her home to learn how to live grumble-free and paints a beautiful picture of the transformation process that evolves through a steadfast commitment, even with a few detours along the way."
--Elisa Pulliam, life coach and founder of MoretoBe.com
"When Tricia talks, I listen. That's because whatever she writes about, she has intimately lived. But instead of presenting as a perfect expert, Tricia pulls up a chair beside you as another woman facing the same battles. The Grumble-Free Year is a guide that gives you practical ways to develop a practice of gratitude and to foster respect in relationships. You will feel understood, challenged, and empowered to live a grumble-free lifestyle."
--Sarah Bragg, host of the podcasts Surviving Sarah and Raising Boys & Girls