'Happier at Home': Gretchen Rubin offers 10 tips to make home more comforting
Gretchen Rubin offers tips for making your house more of a home – even if you've lived there for years.
2. Making shrines
Having trouble deciding where to put the objects you want to save? Rubin suggests making shrines – areas devoted to a certain activity or subject you love. One of the shrines she created was one to children's books, where she put her beloved copies of books by Louisa May Alcott, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Edward Eager, among others. "A possession was precious only if I made it precious, through my associations," Rubin wrote.