Notes from a Blue Bike: Thoughts on Food

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Notes from a Blue Bike: Thoughts on Food

I just finished reading my friend Tsh’s new book,  Notes from A Blue Bike that she sent me to check out. I basically devoured it over the last week, along with these Chocolate Mint Bars.

I knew that the book was about living life on purpose (as opposed to on accident). What I didn’t expect was a fair bit of food talk. But why not? You have to eat to live. I often live to eat!

What she said about her food resonated with me — and challenged me to think and dream bigger about our family’s diet. I think we’ve made some good changes so far, but there are more tweaks I could make.

Here’s a snippet of a video in which Tsh talks about some thoughts on food and being more purposeful with our diets.

Where are YOU in the whole “slow food” continuum?

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  1. just bought the book via your link. thansk
    i watched tsh’s acuff podcast with my husband last night.
    this book is a definite must for my library. thanks for bringing it to my attention.

  2. Mandy White says:

    Hi Jessica! Do you know of anybody doing a Give-Away on this book? It sounds like exactly what I have been looking for, and I am trying desperately to hold onto these years while my kids are small, and not get stuck in the little things like laundry. However, we are on Dave Ramsey’s Baby Step 2, fighting our way out of debt, and my library doesn’t have the book. I requested they get it, but with budget cuts, it’s doubtful. Anyways, if you know of anyone that has a give-away going, I would love to know about it so I can try to win a copy. Thanks! I’m so glad you posted on this – I hadn’t heard about it yet.


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