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Notes From A Blue Bike Review

205578: Notes From a Blue Bike: The Art of Living Intentionally in a Chaotic World Notes From a Blue Bike: The Art of Living Intentionally in a Chaotic World
By Tsh Oxenreider / Thomas NelsonAre the choices you make in tune with your values? In Notes from a Blue Bike, you’ll discover how to live according to who you really are! In this memoir and practical guide, Tsh Oxenreider chronicles her family’s ongoing quest to live intentionally through schooling quandaries, dinnertime dilemmas, and other adventures to help you stay true to what God created you to be. Hardcover.

Every now and then there are times when a review book comes to me and its perfect timing. The subject matter is one that I’ve been thinking about a lot and that I am working toward doing in mNotes From a Blue Bike Review @DiannaAuton.comy life. In “Notes From a Blue Bike” Tsh Oxenreider shares her beliefs and goals of living a life intentionally in a chaotic world. Many of the same things that she mentioned are things that I have been really trying to focus on and do. She gives you good practical advice on how you can make this work for your family. One of the things I love here is that she mentions that what works for her at the stage of life she is in,  may not be something that will work for you. You must look at where you are in your life and figure out what is most important to you. Then go from there. These things are simple things. They are not hard or unattainable. Living intentionally is within your grasp.

The chapters are short which makes it easy to read during breaks and when you have the chance. It took me all of 10 minutes to read one chapter through. I like that because it helps me to fit it into my day without having to take a whole lot of time. She knows how to keep your attention and I never once got bored while reading. I was always excited to see what was going to come next. If you are having trouble trying to figure out how to live more intentional this is definitely a book you should pick up.

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