By Tsh Oxenreider
Life is chaotic. yet we will decide to dwell it differently.
It doesn’t continually believe love it, yet we do have the liberty to creatively switch the typical little issues in our lives in order that our direction greater aligns with our values and passions.
The well known blogger and founding father of the across the world well-known Simple Mom on-line group tells the tale of her family’s ongoing quest to dwell extra easily, totally, and deliberately.
Part memoir, half travelogue, half functional consultant, Notes from a Blue motorbike takes you from a hillside in Kosovo to a Turkish high-rise to the congested urban of Austin to a small city in Oregon. It chronicles education quandaries and dinnertime dilemmas, in addition to entrepreneurial adventures and kinfolk tours through aircraft, educate, vehicle, and blue cruiser motorcycle.
Entertaining and compelling—but by no means shrill or dogmatic—Notes from a Blue motorcycle invites you to climb by yourself motorcycle, be aware of who you're and what your loved ones wishes, and make a few vital offerings.
It’s a dicy trip, yet it’s worthy it—living your existence in keeping with who you really are easily takes a bit goal. It’s by no means too past due.
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