642. Books on meals & table service
Jack Bishop A Year in a Vegetarian Kitchen: Easy Seasonal Dishes for Family and Friends, 2004.
Jack Bishop’s philosophy on food is, “Shop locally, cook globally, and keep things easy.” After ten years of working with Cook’s Illustrated, he knows how to choose the right ingredients and prepare them correctly. In this book, he shares over two hundred recipes that are fresh and easy to prepare.
643. Books on housing & household equipment
David Johnston and Kim Master Green Remodeling: Changing the World One Room at a Time, 2004.
The authors cover what you need to know if you are remodelling your home. They share the big things, like replacing furnaces. And they demonstrate how small changes can make a big difference. As they explain, a house operates as a system, so their tips help you save money and even improve your health.
646. Books on sewing, clothing & personal living
Judith Anne Desjardins Creating a Healthy Life and Marriage: A Holistic Approach: Body, Mind, Emotions, and Spirit, 2010.
Our closest relationships have the power to make or break our health. Judith Desjardins shows you how to balance your relationships at every stage of life from childhood through your final years. She reminds us that our most important relationship is with ourselves, and authenticity is crucial for a healthy life.
Debra Rogers He Did You a Favor: A Smart Girl’s Guide to Breaking Up, Waking Up, and Discovering the Gift of You, 2013.
It happens to everyone–you have your heart broken by someone you are convinced was the only person who could ever make you happy. Debra Rogers asks you to look at the event from a completely different perspective. What if, she asks, this was one of the best things to ever happen to you? This empowering book shows how to reframe the situation and get your life back on track.
648. Books on housekeeping
Lisa Giesler My Life is a Mess: Organizing 101, 2010.
Lisa Giesler’s guide can make your entire life more manageable. She provides a step-by-step manual to avoid unnecessary clutter and use simple techniques to stay on top of things.
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