I have wanted to read this one for a while. I am not going to lie, almost bought it twice…but as a Book Look Blogger I decided to wait and see if it would come back as a possible book to review through them. And it did. *happy dance* It was only available as a digital download, which is fine but I love REAL books. I was excited to have it on my iPad and look at all the pretty pictures in color!
In The Nesting Place, Myquillyn describes her homes, all 13 over the past 18 years. We should be friends cause my 7 moves in 7 years is starting to look like never ending renting. Which isn’t that bad of a thing. Everyone has their seasons, it’s not that bad to be a renter. We have the flexibility to move at the end of our lease and have lovely limitations to work through.
As a renter, and having lived in homes I loved, and homes I didn’t love. This book is golden. Not only is it practical advice from one renter to another but it’s about embracing your season, and making your house, apartment, condo into a home.
I highly recommend this book to everyone. Even if you own your home and don’t need interior design or decorating advice Myquillyn speaks truth about your soul’s home. Grab a copy & get comfy making your house a home, HERE
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