“Create the home of your dreams, right where you are.”
With these words, author Melissa Michaels (of The Inspired Room blog) invites us to step inside the pages of her exceptional new book, ‘Love the Home You Have: Simple Ways to Embrace Your Style, Get Organized, and Delight in Where You Are’. From cover to cover of this delightful book, you will undoubtedly learn how to accomplish each of these objectives, and so much more besides!
Written in a warm, inviting manner, this charming book overflows not only with practical wisdom, humor and insight, but also with full-page inserts of inspirational quotations, bullet-point tips, and adorable images – all thoughtfully designed to help you find contentment by loving the home you have.
If you have ever felt as though your house isn’t new enough, nice enough, or good enough, (and really, who hasn’t?) then this book will revolutionize the way you view your home. Just a few of the best chapters in this invaluable volume include:
- Goodbye, Unrealistic Expectations
- The Freedom of Authenticity
- De-cluttering the Nooks and Crannies
- The Reward of Daily Routines
- The Clean-Enough House
- Adding Charm and Character
- Love What You Have (Even When You Don’t Like It)
- Savoring the Seasons
- And so much more…
So, who should read this book? Truly, if you live in a building with four walls and a roof overhead, YOU should read this book! Regardless of whether you live with a large family and many pets or by yourself, in an apartment on the 20th floor or in a ranch house 100 miles north of nowhere, this book is for you. Additionally, ’Love the Home You Have’ would be a perfect, practical and inspirational gift for young ladies who still live at home, but plan for the day they will set up a house of their own.
In any case, don’t hesitate to find a copy of this life-altering book – you will never look at your home the same way again! As Ms. Michaels states, “The opportunity to love the home we have is a gift. And at the end of the day, no matter where we live, the truth remains – there’s no place like home.”
This book was provided courtesy of Harvest House Publishers, in exchange for my honest review.