Finding Yourself at Home with Emily Grosvenor

Single Lady Estates album art featuring guest Emily Grosvenor and Bobbie Wasserman photos.

As we wind down this season’s focus on Advocacy we take a look at personalizing our home environments.

Bobbie is joined by Emily Grosvenor, author of Finding Yourself at Home: A Conscious Approach to Shaping Your Space and Your Life . 

A Fulbright scholar turned magazine editor, Emily realized traditional design books were missing the mark. She craved “a new way to think about the home space” beyond current practices.

Her book guides readers through five to tailor spaces around their needs and values. 

Emily says the modern day practice of multipurpose rooms leads to unclear cues which can be stressful. She suggests crafting purposeful spaces like the Victorians did – a proper place for everything.

Want to refresh a space? Consider rotating art to explore your changing sense of self. Emily also shares feng shui tips for design and manifesting goals.

Key Takeaways:
  • Carve out separate zones for activities
  • Be open to discovering your design style with textures, colors, and shapes
  • Make design choices aligned with your values

Want to connect deeper with your home? Emily's book can help you find yourself at home. Visit her website to order your copy of the Finding Yourself At Home book.

Bobbie Wasserman is the founder of Single Lady Estates® and host of the Single Lady Estates podcast. The mission of Single Lady Estates is to empower women in building financial stability for them and their families through homeownership. We do this by providing educational resources, advocacy efforts and connecting women with resources and networks that can help enhance the homeownership journey – buying, selling and life in between. 

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