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Noteworthy: This author is one of a special group of women who writes for (in)courage, the popular online friendship community. Every day they take turns pulling up a chair to share their stories of what Jesus looks like in their every day, gloriously ordinary, and often messy lives.
If you read the (in)courage blog online, then you'll be sure to enjoy this title.
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)|
As Tsh Oxenreider, author of Notes From a Blue Bike, chronicles her familys adventure around the worldseeing, smelling, and tasting the widely varying cultures along the wayshe discovers what it truly means to be at home.
The wide world is calling.
Americans Tsh and Kyle met and married in Kosovo. They lived as expats for most of a decade. Theyve been back in the Statesnow with three kids under tenfor four years, and while home is nice, they are filled with wanderlust and long to answer the call.
Why not? The kids are all old enough to carry their own backpacks but still young enough to be uprooted, so a tripa nine-months-long tripis planned.
At Home in the World follows their journey from China to New Zealand, Ethiopia to England, and more. They traverse bumpy roads, stand in awe before a waterfall that feels like the edge of the earth, and chase each other through three-foot-wide passageways in Venice. And all the while Tsh grapples with the concept of home, as she learns what it means to be lostyet at homein the world.
"In this candid, funny, thought-provoking account, Tsh shows that its possible to combine a love for adventure with a love for home." Gretchen Rubin, New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before
Tsh Oxenreider is the author of Notes from a Blue Bike and Organized Simplicity, and is the founder of the community blog The Art of Simple. Shes the top-ranked podcaster of The Simple Show, and her writing has been featured in The Washington Post, CNN, Real Simple magazine, and more. A graduate of the University of Texas, where she studied English and anthropology, Tsh currently lives in Austin, Texas, with her family and eats tacos several times a week.
Steph E5 Stars Out Of 5Extremely satisfying read! Satisfies both wanderlust & home-body-ness! :DMarch 24, 2017Steph EQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Something I appreciated about this travel memoir is Tsh does such a great job of putting you in the location--whether it's the splash of Victoria falls, the spicy tea in Turkey, or the colors Great Barrier Reef. She manages to weave in both reflections on what it means to be at home wherever you are, and concrete details about the practicality of traveling with 3 young kids. It satisfied both my desire to reflect more deeply on what it means to find "home" even in constant transition, as my more practical curiosity. (Really? 3 kids? How did you manage that?). This mix of sensory detail, travel strategies, and deeper reflection weaves together into an extremely satisfying read. Made me simultaneously want to pack my bags and surf the net for my next adventure, while at the same time snuggle down on the couch with my family and enjoy being "rooted" for a moment. Exactly what I want in a travel book!