As we begin to dive deeper into fall, nothing sounds better than curling up with a good book and cozy sweater with a side of pumpkin pie, but let’s face it we don’t all have the time to do so. There are some evenings when we can carve out an hour or so to catch up on a new story, but most of the time we find ourselves crashing on the couch, falling asleep ten minutes into a Frasier episode. As much as we love our weekly dose of that Seattle intellectual, sometimes you just need to lose yourself in a good book. Fall in Arizona means cooler temperatures, which to us means getting out doors and riding our bikes everywhere and anywhere. We recently started using Audible to listen to some of our favorite books on the go. Lately we’ve been working from coffee shops more and more. It gives us a fresh space to edit photos, fuel up with endless caffeine, and keep work separate from home. We’ve been loving the morning bike ride to our favorite local shop and have found ourselves tuning in to our Audible libraries on the ride over. Audible has different channels featuring everything from audiobooks to meditation and standup. We’ve been loving Before the Fall and Commonwealth. We’re pretty new to the audiobook game, but are quickly growing our library and find ourselves staying committed to our very unofficial book club with friends and family. 😉 Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness for Beginners has been a nice little addition to our morning routine as well.
Here are some books currently in our library:
Common Wealth by Anne Patchet
The Girls by Emma Cline
Before the Fall by Noah Hawley
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri
The Paris Wife by Paula McLain
Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates
M Train by Patti Smith
Mindfulness for Beginners by Jon Kabat-Zinn
What are some of your favorite books? Anything on your must-read/listen list for fall?
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