My Podcast with Simple Mom

I’ve mentioned before that I love to listen to the Simple Mom podcasts. Not only do they make laundry or other tedious cleaning tasks go by a little easier, but they’re light-hearted, a fun way to get to know other mom bloggers, and feature my sweet friend Tsh from the Simple Mom blog.

I’ve been a part of Simple Living Media, writing for Simple Organic, for almost two years. This year I got to connect with Tsh even more personally as we travelled to the Philippines together this spring and then spoke at the Relevant conference this fall.

I was honored to be on the Simple Mom podcast this week. We have so much in common and it was easy to chat for an hour– we talked about homeschooling, balancing daily life when you’re an entrepreneurial family, de-cluttering and the struggles related to getting rid of our “stuff”, and getting ready for baby #4, among other things.

So pull up that laundry basket, or pile of unwrapped gifts, or Christmas cards to be addressed, and come have a listen

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About Stephanie Langford

Stephanie Langford has a passion for sharing ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes, and carefully steward all that they've been given. She has written three books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke and with simple meal planning. She is the creator of Keeper of the Home.

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  1. Loved listening to the podcast…can relate to sooo many things. Loved what you said about not wanting to send off your kids when they turned five…that’s exactly why I decided to homeschool…just did not seem natural to turn them over to complete strangers just because they turn five.
    Blessings

  2. I laughed so hard when I saw that photo! It looked like me, 2 hours ago! Certainly tuning in!

  3. How did you know I needed to fold laundry? Ha ha :) Thanks for the incentive :)

  4. Awesome! Can’t wait to listen! I love the Simple Mom podcast too, and am excited to hear you on it! :)