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Holiday Changes at Rhythm of the Home

Hello Everyone!

Here at Rhythm of the Home, we have already been thinking ahead to the upcoming holiday season. As the years have moved by, we have constantly been looking for ways to improve the magazine, keep our community connected, and be open to changes that need to be made.

It is in that spirit that we have decided to combine our autumn and winter editions together this year. This is a change that we have contemplated for the past two years, and after many conversations and emails with fellow contributors, we have decided to try. We know how hard it is to create a project in 100 degree heat meant for snow, and we know that it is equally hard to find the time to think about the holidays when we are just getting our kiddos back in the rhythm of school.

Rhythm of the Home’s Holiday edition will launch on Tuesday October 29th of this year. It will encompass projects, crafts, reflections and essays for both seasons, as well as the holidays that make them so special. Our hope is to give our readers a comprehensive collection of small, fun ways that they can celebrate with their loved ones, and create lasting traditions during such a special time.

It is our hope that each of you will be a part of this upcoming season of celebration. We will be accepting submissions until Monday, October 14th. In consideration of how large this edition may be, we are strongly encouraging queries to be sent in the next two weeks. This will guarantee your spot for this exciting season. As always, we are here to answer any questions or concerns that you may have.

If you would like to be a part of this special edition, please email your query to rhythmofthehome@gmail.com

We are excited about a few other changes coming soon, and we look forward to keeping you informed about each. Please be sure to visit our Facebook page to stay connected to ROTH. We look forward to bringing you a great upcoming edition.

Warmly,
The Editors

 

 

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