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Alexandra Stoddard
Author of 27 books, Alexandra Stoddard is sought after as a speaker on the art of living the good life. She has inspired millions of listeners and readers with such books as Things I Want My Daughters to Know, Choosing Happiness, You Are Your Choices, and Time Alive. A mother and grandmother... show more

Author of 27 books, Alexandra Stoddard is sought after as a speaker on the art of living the good life. She has inspired millions of listeners and readers with such books as Things I Want My Daughters to Know, Choosing Happiness, You Are Your Choices, and Time Alive. A mother and grandmother herself, she lives in Stonington Village, Connecticut, with her husband, Peter Brown.
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A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 8 years ago
This was a nostalgic read for my boyfriend, he had fond memories of reading it with his mother - and there is still a lot of value in that. Unfortunately Stoddard is astonishingly out of touch and her basic message of living well through appreciation of the little things is drowned out by her excess...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 14 years ago
First I must declutter then I may actually be able to use the suggestions in this book ;)Later: Whew, my house is mostly uncluttered for the first time ever. What a horrible, tedious and never-ending process it was. We filled a dumpster with old crap and gave away tons of stuff through freecycle....
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 29 years ago
Wow, I've really read a surprising amount of Stoddard. I suppose someone at the library likes her style and keeps ordering her books, and I just grab anything new and pretty.
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 30 years ago
Turns out you can live beautifully together if you have a lot of money. Good to know.
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 33 years ago
Okay: here's what I love about modern life. It used to be that if you enjoyed looking at pictures of pretty rooms you had two options, books and magazines. The number of designers and stylists was somewhat limited, and you rarely saw anything that wasn't by a designer. Now, anytime I want to, I ...
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