Whistling While You Work is So 10 Years Ago

Technology has given me the gift of being able to dig a hole in my garden for my onion plant and hear these words from Eckart Tolle in my earbuds at the same time:

“Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.”

Damn. Audible. You know my jam – you’ve captured my heart.

That’s why when we found out last week that The Well Life is now available on Audible, Peter and I were jumping for joy (okay – I was jumping, Peter was delightedly smiling – maybe about Audible? Maybe about my ridiculous antics?)

If you haven’t read The Well Life yet (or even if you have and you want a refresher) go get it now and you’ll get to listen to how sweetness, structure and space can help you create more balance, happiness, and peace in your life.

We’re addicted to Audible. For real.

In the bath. Audible.

Driving home from dropping the kids off at school. Audible.

Letting the alpacas out of the barn. Audible.

Here are some of the books we’re listened to lately (and loved – cause let’s be honest just because it’s an audiobook doesn’t make it a GOOD book, unless it just is):

Briana’s top three recent audible adventures:
A New Earth by Eckart Tolle
Becoming by Michelle Obama
Coddling of the American Mind by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt

Books Peter’s loved lately:
Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
Resilient by Forrest Rick Hanson
Falling into Grace by Adyashanti (also one of Briana’s favorite books)
Wild Mind by Bill Plotkin
Fourth Uncle in the Mountain: The Remarkable Legacy of a Buddhist Itinerant Doctor in Vietnam by Marjorie Pivar and Quang Van Nguyen

I hope you enjoy some summer listening!

We’d love to hear what books you’ve loved recently!

Check out The Well Life on Audible!

3 thoughts on “Whistling While You Work is So 10 Years Ago

  1. Yes! I have been waiting for this day!

    I love listening to biographies and self help on Audible. When I try to read those types of books, I lose my place or fall asleep.

    My faves:
    Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky,
    Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela,
    How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, &
    Up From Slavery by Booker T Washington

    1. So glad you’re a fan of Audible too! Thanks for the book recommendations!

  2. I get all my audiobooks through the public library and always have a bunch in my queue. My most recent favorite is “The Heart’s Invisible Furies” by John Boyle. I laughed and cried. It’s beautifully written and an amazing audiobook.

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