Am I the only one who turns on podcasts while doing laundry, dishes or any other mindless household project? It helps the time pass and I like having another adult talking in the background.
Young House Love Has A Podcast
I found their DIY/home renovation blog when I was searching for some home improvement projects and fell in love. They just started a podcast called Young House Love Has a Podcast about home renovation. They’re just so upbeat and entertaining and they always have some fun, helpful tidbit I can use in our home.
Christ Loves Julia
I found Christ Loves Julia, via Young House Love. Chris Loves Julia is another home decorating podcast and I love all the info on understanding color. I especially loved the episode where she explained why some colors look like a different color once you get them up on the wall. So interesting!
Mom Struggling Well
Emily over at Mom Struggle Well cracks me up and she’s seriously has such a gift for making it seem like all her guests are her best friends. She’s had some very interesting episodes lately, ranging from mom’s dealing with same sex attraction, racial issues to things like adoption and serving those in your community.
She does such a great job asking questions and bringing out the other side of the story. It makes it a bit easier to empathize with these women who struggle with things I’ve never even imagined.
Coffee and Pearls
Sterling is a Catholic mom who takes business information from the books she’s been reading and breaks it down into information you can use as a mom. Her episodes are short and sweet and she even types them up for you.
What Should I Read Next
I’m pretty sure everyone is already listening to this one, but it’s amazing. I love getting new book recommendations from Modern Mrs. Darcy.
My most recent was Emily of New Moon by L.M. Montgomery (the same woman who wrote Anne of Green Gables). It was such a wonderful read that I’m going to be taking her advice more often.
Your Morning Basket
Pam Barnhill has three podcasts that I’ve been listening too (Homeschool Snapshots, Homeschool Solutions and Your Morning Basket). My favorite is Your Morning Basket since it’s something I can actually apply now. She’s got all kinds of ideas on incorporating art, nature study and music into your morning time. We’ve been doing a few things each day, since my kids are still young.
Do you have any favorite podcasts?