[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☉ Slow Love Author Dominique Browning – Pandorajewelry70off.us

Slow Love In November 2007, Former Editor In Chief Of House Garden Magazine Dominique Browning Experienced What Thousands Have Since Experienced She Lost Her Job Overnight, Her Driven, Purpose Filled Days Vanished With Her Children Leaving Home And A Long Relationship Ending, The Structure Of Her Days Disappeared She Fell Into A Panic Of Loss But Found Humor Despite Everything, Discovering A Deeper Joy Than Any She Had Ever Known It Was A Life She Had Not Sought, But One That Offered Pleasures And Surprises She Didn T Know She Lacked Slow Love Is About Wearing Your Pajamas To The Farmers Market, Packing Up A Beloved Home And Moving To A Rural Setting, Making Time To Play The Piano And Go Kayaking, Reinventing Yourself, And Not Cutting Corners When It Comes To Love, Muffins, Or Gardening This Elegant, Graceful And Yet Funny Book Inspires Us To Dance In The Kitchen And Seize New Directions.

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[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☉ Slow Love  Author Dominique Browning – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Hardcover
  • 271 pages
  • Slow Love
  • Dominique Browning
  • English
  • 04 February 2017
  • 1934633313

10 thoughts on “Slow Love

  1. says:

    This book simply drips of privilege From her extolling the virtues of Brooks Brothers pjs which sell for upwards of 100 to her second home on the Rhode Island coast to her oh so casual mention of regular lawn service, Browning s world of unemployment is most assuredly NOT the world of this unemployed reader Browning never mentions any immediate worry over money, only includes vague asides to jobhunting like finding another job isn t a priority at all , and most appallingly, still seems t This book simply drips of privilege From her extolling the virtues of Brooks Brothers pjs which sell for upwards of 100 to her second home on the Rhode Island ...

  2. says:

    Dominique Browning was the editor of a fancy Conde Nast home magazine who lost her job and then faced a midlife crisis of how to define herself and how to spend her time not married, with grown children, she had nothing in her life except work, a tedious affair with a married man, and a keen interest in home decorating She comes off as so annoying in this memoir her revelations about baking muffins, going to lunch, wearing expensive pajam...

  3. says:

    After unexpectantly losing my job, I found myself ruminating a lot at Borders Book s the same time they were closing many of their stores While doing this, I fortuitously located this book amongst the many piles of 70% off s It was on my list of someday I might get to it Am I glad I did I always loved Dominique Browning s column s when she wrot...

  4. says:

    The writing in this book reminded me a little bit of Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love I m a sucker for this kind of book Specifics aside, her jourey is every woman s and probably man s journey of dealing with the hand tha...

  5. says:

    I was rather disappointed by this memoir I ve been gobbling up life stories lately and this one seemed like a good recommendation Who doesn t want to root for someone who finds happiness after a major crisis I was really ready to jump in with her into the hard places of real life and real love when your work life falls apart, you are not on top of the world, and then salvage something beautiful in the ashes I kept waiting to go there, but her book never picked me So, I tried just coming t I was rather disappointed by this memoir I ve been gobbling up life stories lately and this one seemed like a good recommendation Who doesn t want to root for someone who finds happiness after a major crisis I was really ready to jump in with her into the hard places of real life and real love when your work life falls apart, you are not on top of the world, and then salvage something beautiful in the ashes I kept waiting to go there, but her book never picked me So, I tried just coming to the book on it s own terms and was still disapp...

  6. says:

    I am so disappointed in this book because it is just so close to being great it s so close to pulling at your heartstrings and making you relate to the author, but it just never quite gets there The novel focuses on the true life story of Dominique Browning, the former editor of House Garden Magazine, and how she deals with suddenly being unemployed, and how she learns to slow down her way of thinking, her loves and her life She learns to appreciate love, cherish it, and in some ways, i I am so disappointed in this book because it is just so close to being great it s so close to pulling at your heartstrings and making you relate to the author, but it just never quite gets there The novel focuses on the true life story of Dominique Browning, the former editor of House Garden Magazine, and how she deals with suddenly being unemployed, and how she learns to slow down her way of thinking, her loves and her life She learns to appreciate love, cherish it, and in some ways, it is refreshing to see an author preaching the usefulness of slowing life down in our speed racing world But at the same time, this concept has been done before, and I d...

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is a fantastically odd book.I read it imagining that it would be a ode to slowing down, finding peace, letting go, and living in the moment That shows up but not until the last two chapters, and how I wish the book had beenof that and less of what preceded it Browning s stories are baffling her certainty that she s controlling when in fact every man she dates and the man she s with for some value of that word fit the descriptor much better and her obsession with being with This is a fantastically odd book.I read it imagining that it would be a ode to slowing down, finding peace, letting go, and living in the moment That shows up but not until the last two chapters, and how I wish the book had beenof that and less of what preceded it Browning s stories are baffling he...

  8. says:

    I ve enjoyed Dominique Browning s previous books, which were about her house and garden and her career at a fancy schmancy house and garden magazine , so I was intrigued to read her memoir about losing her job and according to the subtitle finding her happiness.I nearly put this down at one point because I found it and her so annoying Her endless yammering about her relationship with an equally annoying married but separated guy grew tiresome almost immediately It was like listening to a fr I ve enjoyed Dominique Browning s previous books, which were about her house and garden and her career at a fancy schmancy house and garden magazine , so I was intr...

  9. says:

    Oh my, I wasn t able to finish this book, and that is rare Her problems reek of privilege, a fact which is never mentioned in the book After losing her job, she has plenty of money to live on and, in fact, tears down her vacation home to start it aga...

  10. says:

    It s hard to feel bad for Dominique Browning yes, she lost her job and her sense of self She had to sell her house and move into her architecturally designed summer home full time She was so depressed she spent days at a time in her pajamas Brooks Brothers has the best ones Poor thing.

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