- The secret to not being overwhelmed :: Conversion Diary
- Freedom in 704 square feet :: NY Times
- Want to make better decisions? Here’s a mental trick :: Storyline
- On pitching tents, stillness, and stitching :: Jerusalem Greer on Sorta Crunchy
- 7 ways the lives of the poor differ from yours—and 3 ways they don’t :: The Locust Effect
Friends… your kind words about your experience reading Notes From a Blue Bike are balm to my heart. Thank you so, so much for your heartfelt tweets, emails, and Instagrams. They mean the world to me to know that, one person at a time, Blue Bike is encouraging you to think through the little parts of your life and how they add up to a life ripe with meaning.
If you feel so led, would you also add your sweet words to a quick Amazon review? This is a small but powerful way you can support this book and my family—you can even copy and paste words you’ve already written somewhere, such as on an Instagram caption or on a blog post. It need not be long… but these reviews matter tremendously in getting the word out about the book. (After having been published, I’m now a huge fan of supporting my favorite authors with a quick review myself!)
Thanks so much, you guys. And thanks to you who have already done so.
Also, the winner of the winter gift basket from Trade as One: Jennifer Henson! Congrats—look for an email from us soon. I’d encourage all of you to sign up TODAY for Trade as One’s gift basket subscription… one basket per quarter, full of goodies, an easy part of your grocery budget. You eat better, your money helps combat poverty instead of accidentally contributes to it. Win-win.
“Only in heaven will we see how much we owe to the poor for helping us to love God better because of them.” -Mother Teresa