22 May 2014

Notes From a Blue Bike {a review}


This review is loooong overdue ....see as how I actually read this book a few months ago.  But, hey, I've been living intentionally.  And for this season that has meant not being around here as often.  But I do want to tell you about this lovely, wonderful, inspiring book.  


I actually loved every chapter in Notes From a Blue Bike!  Tsh Oxenrider writes in such a friendly voice.  It's like sitting down to enjoy a cup of coffee with a friend (it helps to read this book with a cup of coffee in hand).  

This is not really a "how to" book, but rather a book that seeks to ask more questions than to give pat answers, to inspire you to be introspective, to examine your life a little bit and see if you're fulfilled.  


Tsh talks about her family's approach to life.  And that includes food, travel, education, work, and, well ...really living.  And living well.  Not living richly, but living with purpose.    


I loved her personal stories and experiences that she shares in this book.  They are so relate-able for me and are inspiring as well.  This would be the perfect book for your summer reading list!  You can even join Tsh's informal book club which is currently discussing this book in the Art of Simple Book Club.  

Check it out here and find out where to buy it (it's available both in hardcover and in digital form).

Happy reading!


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Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.  No other compensation was received.  

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