Chris and I drove to Tucson over the Thanksgiving holiday, and the fifteen-hour drive became significantly more enjoyable with the audiobook The Disaster Artist. We couldn’t stop listening!
I thought it was time for the second installment of 9 Great Audiobooks, and this one has a little twist: Road Trips! So here are nine more great audiobooks for your next road trip. I’ve split them into three categories: non-fiction, fiction, and stories that kids from one to ninety-two will love.
A family friend reached out to us recently about our trip to Iceland in June. Her daughter will visit Iceland in a few weeks, and she wanted some tips on what to see and what to expect on her trip.
When people hear that we visited Iceland, they have all kinds of questions about what it’s like. Well, here’s the deal: Iceland is magic. The photos can’t really do the landscape justice, but Iceland is one of the most beautiful places on Earth with the kindest people and the cutest animals. An added perk was that we were able to add our week-long stopover to our flight home from Amsterdam without any additional airfare.
Let me encourage you to take the trip if you ever get the chance. Iceland is an incredible, almost other-worldly place.
The first week of school can be a bit nerve-wracking for this teacher: I’m so concerned about my finalizing my syllabi and setting up my classroom that I can’t be too concerned about what I’ll wear. When I have a big week coming up, I make sure to stick to wardrobe basics with a pop or flourish.
I’ve included a few photos. Feel free to take a look!