Seasons in the Country



Angie Wendricks


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Trade Paperback
180 Pages
color photographs throughout


An Inspiring Guide to Slow and Seasonal Living

Simply Your Life Through Seasonal Living

With this beautifully crafted visual guide, discover insightful lessons on mindfulness along with lifestyle practices for each season.

Align your daily routines with each season. Through spring, summer, winter, and fall, Seasons in the Country takes you to what seasonal living is like, adding valuable lessons to our shifting rhythms of life. Using her country farmhouse as the setting, writer Angie Wendricks of County Road Living, shows us how incorporating a country lifestyle sets us up to thrive.

A beautiful guide to slow living. Each page bursts with gorgeous photographs of nature, delicious food, and a tasteful home. Each recipe will have you drooling over the pages. Angie’s DIY nature crafts can contribute to family closeness. Each image was chosen to inspire you to try slow and seasonal living.

Inside, you’ll find:

Images of a country house, delicious food, and calming natural scenes Scrumptious recipes that leave you hungry
Reasons why the slower life may be a healthy choice

If you liked This is Home, Still, or Life in a French Country House, you’ll love Seasons in the Country.

Angie Wendricks

Angie Wendricks lives in Markleville, Indiana, with her husband Alex and five beloved "country cats." Angie is a photographer and product stylist and lives on seven acres in the country where, with camera in hand, she teaches others how to slow down through her social platform @CountyRoadLiving. Angie has a passion for simple living, nature, gardening, and interior design. She loves to bring these elements into her photography as well. Angie started her blog and Instagram account when she and her husband decided to build a small farmhouse in the country and embrace a more slow pace of life. In 2018, Angie published her own early edition of Seasons in the Country and it sold out in just a two days. The magazine was based on her Instagram account and focused on simple living through the seasons. Angie has been featured in many books, magazines, and blog posts, including Natalie Walton's podcast Imprint based in Australia. A few other publications include Country Living Magazine, Dwell, Whe...
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