Book Reviews for Stay-At-Homes who have Bipolar Disorder

If you’re like me, you love reading books. Here are some of the books that I’ve read that help me as a bipolar stay-at-home. I hope you’ll find them useful too. Books, I’ve found, are handy references for people with bipolar brains. The information is always retrievable – especially with e-books, which are hard to misplace.

The books that follow are the books that have helped me cook, clean, decorate, and manage my time as a bipolar stay-at-home. Watch this space, because later I’ll include books about mental health, self-care, and other subjects that are near and dear to my bipolar heart.

In the meantime, let’s browse these books for a bit.

If there’s a book that you’d like me to review, e-mail me at and let me know, subject line: “Proposed Book Review.”


The Books


Learning how to be what Tamar Adler calls a “clever cook” by eating responsibly and well – which necessitates, according to Adler, cooking.

My Review: An Everlasting Meal








Hygge is the Danish art of coziness. But what is it, exactly, and how do you practice hygge?

My Review: The Little Book of Hygge








Home organizing is one of my passions, and this book tackles it from a novel perspective. But it is helpful?

My Review: Organizing From the Inside Out








This is the book that will (finally) help you make your rooms look pretty.

My Review: Styled 








Can professional chefs teach us how to improve our workflow? How? And why should we listen to them?

My Review: Work Clean


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