by Tsh Oxenreider

Tsh is the founder of this blog and is currently traveling around the world with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.


#80: Round-the-world family travel – your questions answered! (part 1)

A new podcast episode: it’s a Christmas miracle!

To celebrate the near end of our family’s worldwide, year-long trip (is it really almost done already?), my guest is none other than my husband, Kyle. Yep, Kyle.

In this special edition episode recorded from Germany, we answer your listener questions about how to budget and pay for a trip of this magnitude, as well as challenges, surprises, and what turned out not to be such a big deal after all. Curious about extended family travel? You won’t want to miss this one.

(If you’re reading this via email, head here to listen to the episode.)

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Two days left to order the homemaking bundle!

the ultimate homemaking bundleEach spring, there’s a massive collection of e-books about organizing, cooking, parenting, and the like. This year, my book One Bite at a Time is included, along with tons of other books, courses, and resources valued at over $1,200 dollars. Between April 20-27, 2015, it’s a little under $30—buy my 4 favorite included books individually, and you’re already spending more than this bundle.

Head here to read why I like these bundle sales, even with a minimalist approach to life.

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In this final post on our “different kind of spring cleaning” series, I thought it’d be good to wrap it up with a bit of wisdom regarding more conventional life stuff. Even though I’m learning about life from living out of a backpack and confidence in doing us, there’s plenty of application for me for (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

For fun, I thought I’d make this week’s reads a little different. Because we could all use a bit of lightheartedness every now and then, right? Enjoy. • These are amazing parents, letting their son find out the news for himself yet celebrating with him in his excitement. What great role models they are, special (read more…)

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This year’s spring cleaning series has been a bit of a different one because of my family’s current travels. It’s all good, though, because I’ve really enjoyed writing about this sort of stuff from a different perspective: we’ve talked about minimalist beauty and health routines, a minimalist approach to kids’ toys, and a simple trick (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Happy weekend to you! First things first. A common thing I’ve been hearing these days from y’all: I miss the podcast. Oh… solidarity, friend. Me too, so much. And I have a fun plan to get a few episodes in the queue before we touch down back home in the near future. But in the (read more…)

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