Lots, lots, LOTS to share with you today. I’m so excited!
Today’s the first day of my new podcast! If you have no idea how to listen – keep reading – I’ll tell you everything you need to know! You have been so great to join me on the journey here on the blog, I hope you jump right in do the same on the podcast!
Since I had so much fun when my friend, Kat Lee, interviewed me for her podcast (links below), I decided to start one of my own. After much
procrastination and push back planning and preparation, I sat down with a simple headset and started yapping. Today’s post is my way to give you a heads up on what’s coming down the pike.
Grab your headphones, join me for a chat and keep reading to learn more!
Highlight from Today’s Episode:
The Four “Fs”
- Food & Fitness
Well. I guess there are technically five “fs”. The most important thing for you to remember is that it’s O.K. if you don’t have it all together. It’s perfectly O.K for you to feel like there are pieces of your head or heart that you can’t quite identify or find. You are human. Being human means you are flawed. Enough of the bad news? No problem. There is a way for you to get it all together and be completely whole.
- Want to subscribe to the blog and grab a freebie? CLICK HERE
- Did you miss my interviews over at Inspired to Action? Check ’em out! Balancing Fitness and Motherhood and/or Surprising Elements of a Strong Family.
- Kingdom Woman by Chrystal Evans Hurst and Tony Evans
After you’ve listened to the podcast, I’d love to know what you think. Be sure and leave me a comment!
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How to Listen to The Podcast
If you’re new to podcasts, think of them like little radio shows that you can listen to at your convenience. They are perfect to listen to and learn from as you workout, fold laundry, wash dishes or conquer the world.
1. Listen right here on the blog. Click the little play button at the beginning of this post.
2. Starting next Monday you will be able to listen on iTunes! – More details to come on that later this week. Be sure and subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss the info.
3. Share today’s show – I could use your help with getting the word out there about my new podcast. Would you take a minute to share today’s post? Email the link to a friend or share on social media. Just click on the sharing buttons at the bottom of this post. Thanks!
Have a few more minutes?
Take a few moments to check out this post!
The Simple Cook
Pinterest is driving me insane.
Between the food artistry “pinned” and available for anytime viewing and the large variety of food blogs at my disposal – I’m going nuts.
I believe in food.
I mean… I really do love food.
But there is something about having to get dinner on the table every night that takes my food level involvement to a point of saturation.
And that doesn’t include breakfast, lunch, and in-between snacks.
I know what some of you are thinking: meal planning is the answer to all my woes. I’ve done that too, and let me tell you, after awhile… even the planning can get monotonous.
Yes. I want to feed my family well.
Yes. I want to keep them showing up to the table in anticipation of what’s-for-dinner.
Yes. I want to give the people I love food to eat that’s good to them and good for them.
But can I just say what I’m sure I’m not the only one thinking? Mealtime can be an ongoing, overwhelming and inescapable responsibility.
So I’ve made a decision: I’m keeping it simple…
Read the rest of this post at forthefamily.org