I'm not sure there is anything here that was not originally in Simple Abundance save for the description of her recent moves and marriage. It all fees so "90s." And I feel just the opposite of the person who said she likes the way the author quotes a lot of other writers in the text. It breaks up the narrative and feels like filler. I'm glad I just looked at this in Barnes and Noble and decided not to buy.
If you're one of the legions who found comfort and joy in the wisdom of Simple Abundance, you won't be disappointed by Moving On, Sarah Ban Breathnach's meditation on creating a home that truly reflects your spirit. Though homekeeping was also one of the topics of Simple Abundance, Moving On is a deeper exploration of what it means to belong in your own environment. Both thoughtful and revealing, Sarah tells through her own story what we know in our hearts to be true: money, fame, and external success will never bring the peace we want and need from our surroundings. Houses don't become havens by accident -- Moving On is a blueprint to help you start the process of creating your sanctuary.