Make Yourself at Home

Design Your Space to Discover Your True Self

Make Yourself at Home

From the author of the hit journals The 52 Lists Project and 52 Lists for Happiness, comes a home design book that helps you discover how to style your home for a deeper sense of comfort. Part self-help, part memoir, part décor inspiration, fans of Moorea Seal will love this book for its warm voice and candid exploration of what it means to create a comfortable home. Organized room by room, each chapter delves into what each room represents in our lives, and how we can feel at home in our spaces and at home in ourselves. What you won’t find? Strict design solutions. This isn’t about a prescribed style. Instead, Make Yourself at Home will help you find which expression feels most authentic to you through color palates, interior design modes, conversation prompts, essays, approachable DIY projects and more. You don't have to have the perfect life or perfect home in order to infuse your space with your signature spark and feel relaxed in your space. Each chapter includes: · A personal essay from online curator and style maven Moorea Seal. · Exclusive looks into her home and office spaces with tips for inspired, mindful living. · Two on-trend, beginner-friendly DIY projects to personalize and decorate your home on a budget. · Intimate looks into the homes and inspiring lives of a diverse set of creative women, with their best tips and tricks for comfortable, imaginative decor.

Make Yourself at Home

Family Life As a Key to Personal Growth

Make Yourself at Home


Make Yourself at Home

Make Yourself at Home

Through exquisitely detailed illustrations and two double gatefolds, young readers are invited to explore some of the most unique houses from around the world.

Forget-me-not

Poems

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At Home: Pasadena

At Home: Pasadena

From its founding, Pasadena has been about home and homes. Famed internationally for its superb Arts & Crafts bungalows, Pasadena is also about a longer architectural story that includes Queen Anne Victorians, Spanish haciendas, colonial revivals,grand Mediterranean villas, iconic midcentury moderns, sleek contemporary masterworks and more. At HOME PASADENA IS THE FIRST BOOK TO FEATURE Pasadena homes in all their variety and diversity. In addition to all the diverse architectural styles, this book's chapters delve into all the various aspects found in Pasadena homes. Beautifully illustrated with color photography throughout, this book is a gold mine of ideas for upgrading all aspects of the home and garden, especially for Western lifestyles.

A Layman Looks at the Lord's Prayer

A Layman Looks at the Lord's Prayer

A fresh look at a famous prayer “There is inherent in this prayer all the strength and compassion of our Father in heaven. There moves through it a beauty and a serenity which no mortal man can fully explain. It reassures our hearts, strengthens our resolve, and leads us into personal contact with God, our Father.” In this moving book by “an ordinary man and a child of God,” Phillip Keller takes each phrase of the Lord's Prayer one-by-one, unfolding it in wonderful detail and sharing insights he’s gained and experiences he’s enjoyed. Next to Psalm 23, the Lord’s Prayer is perhaps the most universally beloved passage in Scripture. It has been repeated millions of times by countless individuals for nearly 20 centuries. Yet, in spite of so much use and familiarity it has never lost its luster. A Layman’s Look at the Lord’s Prayer presents that luster in a fresh way to help you rediscover its incredible power. Winner of the ECPA's Top Shelf Cover Award 2017

The Road to Damascus... and Beyond

A Reawakening of the Spirit by Thru-Hiking the Appalachian Trail

The Road to Damascus... and Beyond

In 2003, at the age of sixty-two, I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail. This is the story about that hike. The Appalachian Trail starts on Springer Mountain, Georgia, and goes through fourteen states in a rather meandering way ending on Mount Katahdin, Maine, a distance of roughly 2,175 miles (depending on the source of information as to the exact distance). My hike started on April 5. I arrived at the base of Mount Katahdin on September 14 and waited in nearby Millinocket until September 21 to complete the hike and climb the final 5.2 miles to the summit. The final day, I was accompanied by our youngest son, Will, who had flown to Boston (from Salt Lake City), rented a car, and drove to Millinocket to join me. Sometimes plans do work out perfectly for September 21 was Kris and my fortieth wedding anniversarythis to emphasize the importance of commitment, which is what this story is all about. Thru-hiking the AT has taken on different meanings through the years since Earl V. Shaffer did it for the first time in 1948, as documented in his book Walking with Spring. His was the epitome, the purist approach as a backpacking venture, carrying his own supplies, tenting and staying in shelters, and walking the entire distance along the designated path as it then existed, but has been subject to a lot of changes since his time. My intention was to do it as closely as possible, adhering to this purist attitude without all of the designer methodology that has come to be acceptable for being considered a modern thru-hiker. And except for 1.1 milesthis is covered in the bookthat is what I did.