11.9.15

Moments of Serenity



I picked up this book in a Glasgow gift shop, and I just had to share it with you. Its by Esme Fielding, and it's definitely the best 'serene' book I've seen and read. It's not exactly the cheapest I've found, at £6.99, but it certaintly is worth the price tag. The synopsis at the back of the book, pretty much describes the whole book; 'It can sometimes be hard to escape from life's little pressures. Let the beautiful photographs and words of wisdom collected in this book bring you peace, help you appreciate the wonders of the world around you and allow you to approach those daily challenges in a calm and measured way.'

Personally, I think it's nice just to read a page a day, so the book lasts longer (as it's not a big book) and so it also gives you something nice to look forward to every morning. I find by even just reading one page a day, it really does make me calmer and happier. It sounds mad, but it's actually working! The photography is just beautiful, as are the words. You can buy this book here.

What do you think? Will you be buying this book?
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  1. Aw this looks lovely!! I love cute books like this!
    Becky Shannon xx - Life-by-Becky

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  2. That's such a beautiful concept for a book and I love books like these because I feel like I'll keep them forever. I bought Demi Lovato's Staying Strong which is one entry a day and I'd highly recommend that it's really uplifting and full of great advice <3

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    1. Ooh I'll definitely have a look at that - thankyou! x

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  3. Will have to check this one out!

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  4. I love this idea! Life moves so quickly now, it's good to slow down a bit and enjoy non-digital things!

    Angelina Is | Bloglovin'

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  5. this looks really nice, definitely going to look into it :)

    danielle | avec danielle

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