Find Yourself at Home: A Conscious Approach to Shaping Your Space and Your Life


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6.1 X 8.1 X 0.9 inches | 1.45 pounds

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About the Author

Emily Grosvenor is a certified Feng Shui consultant, an editor of Oregon Home magazine, and a Fulbright scholar whose essays, features, and commentary have been featured in Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, The Atlantic, Design*Sponge, Salon, and Publishers Weekly. She currently resides in Oregon.


"This work's best quality is that it details how feng shui can help readers manifest the things that they are looking for in life."

--Library Journal

"Delightfully illustrated tome...a thinking person's guide to creating a home."


"Enter the magic! Emily Grosvenor's entertaining insights and practical guidance reveal the magical world of shaping your home's energy. Find Yourself at Home shows you just how much personal empowerment and resilience can result when you become a conscious collaborator with your home."

--Terah Kathryn Collins, author of The Western Guide to Feng Shui: Room By Room and founder of the Western School of Feng Shui

"The design of our homes has tremendous power over our mental health, for better or worse. Emily Grosvenor has created a must-read guide on harnessing this power for good. Her tips pair ancient wisdom alongside modern design, and you'll leave with the tools you need to create a positive space to live your most beautiful life."

--Kelli Lamb, Editorial Director and Co-Principal at Rue magazine and author of Home with Rue: Style for Everyone

"I loved this book. Find Yourself at Home is elegantly written, emotionally intelligent, and endlessly inventive. Emily Grosvenor's humane, gentle approach guides us to a better understanding of our homes and ourselves."

--Claire Dederer, author of Monsters: A Fan's Dilemma and Love and Trouble: A Midlife Reckoning

"Find Yourself at Home invites you to design your space and yourself. Navigate your way to a happier and healthier life at home and in your heart and mind through compassionate guidance and soothing practices."

--Moorea Seal, bestselling author of 52 Lists for Happiness

"Find Yourself at Home is the resource, encouragement, and inspiration you need to make any place or space feel like home. Leaning on her background in environmental psychology and feng shui, Emily Grosvenor makes a strong case for the idea that as we change our homes, we change ourselves. Rather than treating our homes like pretty little boxes for storing stuff, she inspires us to create a collaborative space that reflects who we are every bit as much as who we want to be."

--Julia Watkins, author of Simply Living Well

"In Find Yourself at Home, Emily Grosvenor has written a book that will give you the courage to go deeper and think and feel your way to a home that better represents the people who live there and supports you in making both bold and subtle changes that shift its energy. This book will guide you as you begin to reimagine your home as a loving place that supports your life and the lives of others who live with you."

--Ann Lightfoot, author of Love Your Home Again and cofounder of Done Done Home

"Find Yourself At Home is a great resource for anyone trying to look deeper into the meaning of home. This book reminds us, through Emily's personal anecdotes and practical tips, that self-reflection is key to a collected and purposeful abode."

--Max Humphrey, interior designer and author of Modern Americana and Lodge

"Emily Grosvenor quickly draws you into her world where you're encouraged to notice the beauty in the everyday, and the story and importance in all homes. The power of dreaming and engaging is at the heart of her philosophy for creating a home that supports harmony. She helps readers look beyond the surface of function and aesthetic to how both of these things can create a deeper value for your life. Find Yourself at Home is full of practical tips, questions to help you reflect on what you want from your home, and fresh perspectives on how to create it."

--Rebecca Atwood, author of Living with Color and Living with Pattern and founder of Rebecca Atwood Designs