- Imprint: Stewart, Tabori & Chang
- Publication Date: March 17, 2015
- Price: $19.95
- Trim Size: 7 x 8
- ISBN: 978-1-61769-152-2
- EAN: 9781617691522
- Page Count: 176
- Illustrations: 50 color and black-and-white photographs
- Format: Hardcover (Paper over Board)
- Rights: World/All
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“Natalie Holbrook’s sensibility is stylish and playful, as well as practical, loving, and down-to-earth. Hey Natalie Jean is a terrific read for anyone who wants to make her life more beautiful.” – Gretchen Rubin
The blog Hey Natalie Jean has won a cult following with writer Natalie Holbrook’s honest, inspiring, and often witty posts on topics like marriage, babies, nesting, and style. Natalie’s first book, Hey Natalie Jean is one part manifesto and three parts ideas, projects, and advice. Beautifully illustrated and whimsically designed, the book offers twenty-five essays and how-tos that serve as a guide to life: making date-night magic in the middle of the mundane, successfully exploring the city with a three-year-old, and creating a satisfying daily routine that still leaves room for little adventures and lots of magic.
Natalie’s optimism, creativity, keen eye, and zeal for life are palpable, and she encourages others to make their lives beautiful with ease. This heartfelt, personal collection of essays and photographs shows Natalie’s ability to identify and describe life’s lovely incidentals in the everyday routine of errands, play dates, and naps. Inspiring, moving, and whip-smart, Hey Natalie Jean is an honest look at the hard work and courage that go into creating a beautiful life.
"Natalie Holbrook's sensibility is stylish and playful, and also practical, loving, and down-to-earth. Hey Natalie Jean is a terrific read for anyone who wants to make her life more beautiful." —Gretchen Rubin, author of New York Times bestseller The Happiness Project
About the author
Natalie Holbrook is the blogger behind Hey Natalie Jean. Since its launch in 2005, the blog has garnered national attention and been featured in publications such as Salon, Apartment Therapy, GOOD, and Lucky, among others. Natalie lives in New York City with her husband, Brandon, and son, Huck.