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Comfort Living: A Back-To-Basics Guide to a More Balanced Lifestyle

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Paperback, 82 pages
Published by Lifestyle Designs
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This little, robins egg blue, book is full of meaningful and simple solutions to make your living space into a real home, where you will want to hang more than your heart. In the book, you'll go week by week, slowly but effectively changing small things in your home. For instance, keeping and displaying things you treasure and recycling or giving away those things you don't. The pictures located through out the book are inspiring and you can also get a companion work book to help keep you organi ...more
Kathleen Kelly
Comfort Living is a gorgeous interactive book about how to rearrange your life and home. This book is a practical home guide for people with very busy lives. It is a book that tells you how to use our 'treasures' in a way that transforms our lives for the better and at the same time remove obstacles that keeps us from being happy.

The book is written in four parts, the first part is about taking a look at ourselves and our living spaces.It guides us on how to think of our treasures and what obsta
Reagan Urbanec
"Comfort Living" is set up perfectly - not only does it inspire readers to reexamine their environment, but it also gives them the tools and information necessary to change their environment for the better. I loved the information given by Christine Eisner, but I also loved the way it was offered; the calming colors and relaxing tone makes "Comfort Living" an enjoyable read. I also very much liked the journal that came with the book as well as the pages dedicated to reflection at the end of each ...more
This was a fairly short, straightforward book about simple ways that you can make your home more comfortable and inviting. A lot of it centered around "campfires" or different comfort areas that you could make within your home. This might be a reading nook, your dining room table, your entryway--you figure out a place that's important to you, and then make it your own.

There was a lot of useful advice packed into this little book. The chapters are divided into weeks, and there are eight of them,
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