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5 comments

  1. January 5, 2016
    Kristen

    With regards to the knitting, definitely start with a washcloth. It’s quick enough that you get the gratification of finishing a project (unlike a scarf that can seem endless when you are first starting out). Plus if you mess up a little, it doesn’t matter as much – it’s still useable. And check out Ravelry if you haven’t yet for more knitting tips.

    The Forgotten Garden looks interesting!

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  2. January 8, 2016
    mary beth at MBZ Interiors

    How to Style your Brand by Fiona Humberstone. I got it for Christmas. Read through it once and now I am going back to do the “to dos” in the Workbook. (P.S. It’s so hard to read anything but a quick magazine article, and it’s usually when sitting in the pediatrician’s office, when you have young children!)

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  3. January 8, 2016
    Jan

    I’m 75 years old and like you I totted home books from the library at a very young age. I read Everything in the children’s section, long before I reached high school, but was confined there until I graduated from grade school. To this day, I journey back and forth to the library for piles of books and still loving the feel of books in my hands.

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  4. February 1, 2016
    Amber Y

    I love reading, but I don’t get to spend nearly enough time doing it. I usually only read during my breaks at work so at least I’m getting a little in! I might have to pick up a copy of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Sometimes you just need to hear someone else say something for it to click.

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    • February 1, 2016
      Tara

      You should definitely pick up a copy. It’s a quick read, and it really is inspiring. Lots of gals have done full blog series(es) on how they’ve “KonMari”ed their homes.

      I’m not quite there yet, but I like to imagine I will be soon. 😉

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