Simple living has been a topic that has really been on my heart recently. As we were waiting and preparing for an open door to move to California, Tsh Oxenreider's book Notes from a Blue Bike was released. I requested a copy from BookLook bloggers to read and share with you.
I've been reading Tsh's blog for years, starting when it was Simple Mom and before it became The Art of Simple. I love the way Tsh shares stories from their time overseas. She talks about the difficulties in coming back to the US after living overseas. She talks about how relationships should trump stuff and busyness. She hits on how you can live intentionally in every area of your life – family, work, food, housing, physical, emotional, spiritual, education, and more.
God has such perfect timing. I've sat with this book for months. I read it quickly but my thoughts have repeatedly gone back to Notes from a Blue Bike as we made our cross country move. The call to living simply and intentionally keeps coming to me. Life isn't about stuff. It's about people. Tsh's thoughts in Notes from a Blue Bike have helped me put words to what God has been drawing me to for a while.
How are you living simply and intentionally?
Notes from a Blue Bike is available at Amazon or your favorite book store.
Material Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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