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Alexandra Stoddard is the bestselling author of more than twenty-five books and is an acclaimed philosopher on the art of living. Through her lectures, articles, and books—such as Choosing Happiness, Time Alive, Living a Beautiful Life, Gift of a Letter, Grace Notes, and many more—she has inspired millions to pursue more fulfilling lives. She lives with her husband in Stonington Village, Connecticut.
I have seen Alexandra in person at a bookstore a few years ago, and I just love her helpful advice for keeping a home a reflection of the people who live there. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joyce B.
Alexandra Stoddard is such a positive, likable writer, that it's hard to find anything to criticize in her writing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cara
I enjoy a great book that allows me to better myself and those I card most about. When purchasing this book I was truly looking for some aha movements, perhaps m maybe even some... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Crystal Vancour
This is a really fun book. It is really cute and has some great suggestions in it. We really have enjoyed it.Published 9 months ago by emily coffey
Thought the book had very good, practicle suggestions on relationships. I enjoy her work, but sometimes she does tend to forget her audience.
I would recommend it.
Are always enlightening. I've enjoyed them for quite some time. This one is good quick reading with just the sweetest 'hints'.Published 16 months ago by Laura
Great book for all couples no matter what age! I gave the book as a gift to my daughter and she loved it!Published 17 months ago by Dora Gonzalez
I must preface this review by humbly admitting that one of the biggest reasons why I enjoy an enduring and loving nine year marriage is due to both spiritual good luck and the fact... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Stella Carrier
A little pollyanna-ish, but still some good ideas here and there. I guess for my life, not really things that my husband and I will really do.Published 22 months ago by MaryAnn Bernier