Home is a state of being. Whether we are 15, 35, 65 or 80, we are all seeking that special place that says ‘you’re home’—not necessarily a physical domain, but a sense of belonging and ease. In my first book, Nest Building, I focused on physical environments and the emotional, familial and cultural influences we inadvertently bring to the paint shop. My new book, Talking To Myself, is a novel. It tells the story of two women—Lyn in her fifties and Cait in her twenties—who, li
… not a shopping list, or a to-do list … but a list of all the things we do not need to have, to do, to want or to be. I’ve just read Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s book, Gift From The Sea, and, even though she penned it back in 1955, she talks about over-cluttered, over-extended and fractured lives … and this was well before we piled on things like texting, Facebook, personal trainers, Botox, on-line banking, gluten intolerances, reality TV, 24/7 shopping … and so on and so forth.
Create A Space Where Your Spirit Can Put Its Feet Up!
NEST BUILDING: A Guide To Finding Your Inner Interior Designer, by Kate Bridger.
Published by Redfern House Publishing.