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Exploring how homemakers cultivate a place to belong. Seeking to honor and elevate the art of homemaking by highlighting stories of women who have practiced this art over the long haul. Through Homemaker Portraits and Deep Dive episodes on subjects related to keeping the home we hope to encourage listeners to practice their art of making a home with confidence, faithfulness and joy. New episodes every Wednesday.
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I am chatting with seasoned homemaker, Jen Thayer, about her experience keeping a home for the past 25 years with her husband Dan and their 9 children! Jen is a homeschooling mom with 3 special needs kid, 2 of which are internationally adopted. We talk about how these children are an integral part of their unique family culture, bringing challenges…
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I am so excited to finally be talking about the 3rd Pillar of Homemaking, Rhythms and Routines, with my friend and past AoH guest, Leslie Lucadou. We will start with a brief review of the 4 Pillars of Homemaking, then spend some time defining rhythms and routines-talking about the difference between the two and giving some examples of each. Then we…
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I am chatting with newbie homemaker, Brea Spires, who is almost at the 5 year mark in her story of home. She is a mom of two, home baker and content creator. We cover all the usual topics; beginnings and influences on her homemaking, how kids have enriched and challenged her homemaking, setting and keeping priorities, and much more. Be sure to stic…
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Today I am chatting with seasoned homemaker, Cathy Bauer. Nominated for The Art of Home by her daughter, Laura, Cathy has so much wisdom and practical help to offer homemakers of any age. Even through her college years, her heart's desire was to be a wife, mom, and homemaker and she has been living out that desire for almost 40 years. We discuss he…
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Today I am talking with seasoned homemaker, LeAnne Stadler, about her experience of keeping a home for 27 years. LeAnne and her husband, Eric, have 6 children and have fostered over 40! In her homemaking journey LeAnne has navigated her children’s special needs, her own chronic illness, adopting 2 foster kids and the recent loss of her 23 year old …
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In this episode I am chatting with Kerita Fuller about her experience keeping a home for the past 10 years with her husband and step children. Kerita worked for the US Air Force for 20 years before retiring and fully embracing her role as full time homemaker and helpmeet to her husband. We talk about her sudden and steep learning curve of become a …
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Happy Valentine's Day! In this episode I share what I've been up to (including my 2nd grand baby's gender 🥰) as well as some thoughts on expectations and Valentine's Day. In the interview portion, I am chatting with seasoned homemaker, Lydia Goode about her 47+ years experience of keeping a home and raising 5 children. Lydia acquired her homemaking…
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Imagine being caught in a home emergency, your heart racing and mind scattered — would you know what to do? This episode is a must-listen for every homemaker as I sit down with Elizabeth Dillard, a paramedic firefighter with a wealth of field experience, to arm you with the knowledge and skills for effective crisis management in the home. Together,…
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Welcome to Season 18! Today I will catch you up on what I've been up to since Christmas (including my own version of a pantry challenge) and share what is coming this season on The Art of Home. Then we will jump into our conversation with Bethany Kimsey, host of The Warrior Mama Podcast, wife to Troy for 27 years and mama to 8! She has a passion fo…
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I've got one final round of Christmas content for you today with 5 more homemaking friends. We will hear from Jen May, Heather Love, Jessica Wood, Naomi Fata and Michele Marshall about their Christmas memories, traditions, recipes and tips for keeping Christ at the center of the celebration. I am sharing tips on organizing and storing away your dec…
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Welcome to the coziest corner of the podcast world, where I invite you to wrap yourself in a warm blanket of holiday cheer! By my side is a merry group of six homemakers, each with a Christmas story to share, unique traditions to reveal, and a heart filled with the joy of the season. FROM THIS EPISODE All links and resources shared by guests will b…
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In today’s episode you will hear from Kelly Gundersen, Brenda VanHellen, Carly Poulin, Sarah Beaugh, Nichole Pace and Breanna Wakefield about their Christmas tips, traditions, recipes and memories. I’ve got another great poem from Marjorie Rawlings, some tips on how to host a tree decorating party, and I’m sharing my thoughts on the Advent theme of…
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Merry Christmas, Homemakers! I am so excited to kick off this year’s Holiday Homemaking today! There is so much great content coming your way over the next 4 weeks you won't want to miss a single episode! Today you will hear from Debbie Ledoux, Hannah Torres, Terry Estep, Kay Aeby, Ginny White and Kristen Howard. I’ve got a funny little poem from M…
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In today’s episode I am chatting with in-the-trenches homemaker, Carly Poulin. Carly blew me away on her application when she shared that God used the art of home podcast to draw her to himself and now she is walking with the Lord. I never intended for this to be an evangelistic podcast but it is because we talk about what it looks like to follow J…
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In today’s episode I am talking with In-the-Trenches homemaker, Naomi Fata. She’s been married 16 years and has 3 kids, ages 8 to 13. She homeschools and runs a sewing and alterations business out of her home--she is a very busy lady. We discuss how she has learned/is learning to balance homemaking, schooling and a home business through compromise,…
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In this episode, I had the privilege of interviewing Breanna Wakefield, a full-time homemaker and mother of two. Breanna opened up about the strong influence her mom and grandmothers had on her homemaking journey, highlighting the importance of understanding the why and how behind our daily tasks. We delved into the challenges she faced during her …
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Join me for this In-the-Trenches Homemaker Portrait of author, blogger and full-time homemaking mama, Kristen Howard. We talk about how growing up on a South Dakota cattle ranch shaped her idea of home and family and how God is working to grow Kristen's own home and family that she is making with her husband and 2 (almost 3) kids. Kristen is passio…
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Join me for this In-the-Trenches Homemaker Portrait. Michele has been keeping a home with husband, Seth, for 12 years. They are raising 3 children and helping to train lots of horses in the business they run from their home. We talk about some of the similarities of training kids and horses as well as learning to claim the badge of homemaker withou…
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Join me in chatting with seasoned homemaker, Roan (pronounced like Joan, but with an R) Johnson. Drawing on her 32 years experience, Roan shares a wealth of ideas, insight and encouragement. She has so much practical advice to offer on everything from schedules, to hospitality, tips and hacks, and navigating challenges and changing homemaking seaso…
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I've got another listener homemaker portrait for you! Today's guest is In-the-Trenches Homemaker, Nichole Pace. She fills her days caring for two busy little boys, one who has special needs and several severe food allergies. We talk about how those challenges have affected her homemaking and what God is teaching her through it all. Nichole brings a…
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We are kicking off Season 16 with this In-the-Trenches Homemaker Portrait of Ginny White, host of the podcast, Figuring Out Homestead Life. Ginny is a homemaker, "mini-homesteader", a canning enthusiast and has recently started following Jesus after He dramatically rescued her husband from drug and alcohol addiction. We talk about their faith journ…
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Join me for this Newbie Homemaker Portrait of listener, Jessica Wood. We chat about all that she is learning in her new role as wife and full time homemaker. In just a short time, Jessica has developed some great practices for her homemaking. She's is learning that it's ok to not be a "natural" at all things homemaking, because every day brings a n…
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Join me for this Newbie Homemaker Portrait of listener, Jade Brooks. We have a delightful conversation about her growth over the past 2 years of full-time homemaking and how the Lord is teaching her to let go of perfection and focus on the 'why' of homemaking. “Knowing what you’re doing it for helps overcome perfectionism. At the end of the day it’…
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Join me for this In-the-Trenches Homemaker Portrait of Heather Love of @thesimplelove_ . Heather has been keeping a home for over a decade and she stays extra busy these days caring for and homeschooling her 3 young children. She has a passion for wellness and the healing power of food. Right now she is mostly fleshing out that passion in her daily…
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Samantha has been honing her homemaking skills from an early age and she has fully embraced the art of keeping her own home for the past 5 years. When she's not tending to her 2 toddler boys, she is tackling creative projects and expanding her skill set which she hopes to employ one day soon on a small homestead. Samantha is full of great homemakin…
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Join me as I chat with Tiffany Harris about 27 years of the ups and downs of homemaking. We talk about lessons God has been teaching her through multiple moves, raising kids and adopting their youngest son, who has been blind from birth, just before he aged out of the adoption program in his native China. Tiffany also shares lots of fun homemaking …
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Welcome to Season 15! We are chatting with my friend, seasoned homemaker, Kay Aeby. She graciously shares her journey from self-proclaimed "hippy chick" young bride through a very difficult marriage through years of single parenting then remarriage and her current stage of homemaking in retirement. Kay reflects, "It's not my story, it's God's. I’m …
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In this second part of our Deep Dive on preserving and canning, Mandi Thompson and I are covering the basics of preserving food for long term, shelf-stable storage by canning. We talk about the science and safety of canning , including why we should always follow the most up-to-date, best practices. We share our favorite canning tools. We walk you …
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What if you could stretch your grocery budget further by reducing waste and making the most of every morsel? Imagine the satisfaction of opening your pantry or fridge and seeing food preserved at its peak, ready for you to savor anytime. That's what we are going to explore in this lively conversation with my good friend, Mandi Thompson. We're peeli…
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Today I am bringing you the very first Single Homemaker Portrait on The Art of Home. "Can a single woman be a homemaker," you may ask? Well, if she has a home, she certainly can be! Of course it will look different than a married homemaker who stays home to care for the house and children full-time. Elizabeth also has the unique experience of livin…
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Today, I am bringing to you a brand new homemaker portrait of Sarah Beaugh. Married 22 years with three teen daughters she is what I would call a seasoned in -the-trenches homemaker and she has so much wisdom to share. Sarah found The Art of Home Podcast through social media but then after recognizing several names on past episodes started putting …
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Yep, this is a loooooooong one! But you don't have to listen all in one sitting. Take your time digesting this deep dive into the second pillar of homemaking, Values & Priorities. I am chatting with Karen Sheppard and Joi Welch, two familiar homemaker voices, about how this pillar impacts our experience in the home, for better or for worse. Topics:…
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Today, I am chatting with Terry Estep, wife to Scott, mom to 3 grown children and host-mom to several exchange students during her kids’ high school years. She shares what worked and what didn’t for them as a host family and how they are continuing to benefit from the energy and joy of young people by hosting a singles community group in their home…
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Today's installment of this Summer Reading Re-Run: Ch. 8 "Religion in the Home" and Ch. 9 "Home Memories" The Art of Home is taking a break for the beginning of summer 2023. That gives you an opportunity to catch up on old episodes or join in for another round of reading and studying JR Miller's classic, Homemaking, published in 1882. For the next …
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Today's installment of this Summer Reading Re-Run: Ch. 6 "Brothers & Sisters" and Ch. 7 "The Home Life" In chapter 6, we will look at the duties of siblings to one another; in chapter 7, all the little daily things that contribute to a flourishing home life. The Art of Home is taking a break for the beginning of summer 2023. That gives you an oppor…
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Today's installment of this Summer Reading Re-Run: Ch. 4 "The Parent's Part" and Ch. 5 "The Children's Part" In chapter 4, Miller explores the parent's role in creating both physical and emotional home environments in which children will thrive. In chapter 5, he gives wisdom concerning how children can learn to honor their parents by learning to co…
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The Art of Home is taking a break for the beginning of summer 2023. That gives you an opportunity to catch up on old episodes or join in for another round of reading and studying JR Miller's classic, Homemaking, published in 1882. For the next five weeks your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. To help you retain and apply t…
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The Art of Home is taking a break for the beginning of summer 2023. That gives you an opportunity to catch up on old episodes or join in for another round of reading and studying JR Miller's classic, Homemaking, published in 1882. For the next five weeks your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. To help you retain and apply t…
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On today’s episode I am talking with in-the-trenches homemaker, Alexis Molnar. She is wife to Eric and homeschooling mama to their two children. Alexis shares her journey from working girl to stay-at-home mom, to eventually letting go of her part-time gig and focusing all her efforts on homemaking and homeschooling. Eric lost his job late last year…
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Today we are diving DEEP into design in the home! Joining me for this discussion are Dana Schamberger and Dani Hamilton. Both of these women have so much wisdom and practical suggestions to share about design in the home. Dana has been designing and dealing in antiques all of her adult life and Dani pursued her degree in design at the famous Rhode …
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Today I am chatting with seasoned homemaker, Brenda VanHellen. We talk about her homemaking ups and downs over the past 44 years with husband, Rick. They raised two boys and sent them out into the world and they are still having fun and enjoying each other's company even in the empty nest. Mentioned in This Episode: Jamie Oliver's 5 Ingredients HOM…
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Join me for this fun discussion with newbie homemaker, Hannah Torres. We talk about the joys of starting a household and the unique challenges of a mixed hearing home. Hannah is hearing and her husband is deaf and she shares how this impacts her homemaking. 🤟🏡 RESOURCES Episode Mentions and Quotes Hannah's recommended speculative fiction: The Age o…
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I am diving into the first pillar of homemaking, Identity, with my good friend, author, speaker and podcaster, Susan Macias. This deep dive is the first in a series on Four Pillars of Homemaking: Identity, Values & Priorities, Rhythms & Routines, and Community. We are going to contrast what God has to say about identity with what the world has to s…
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Today on the show I have the honor of sharing with you another homemaker portrait of a dear long-time friend, Jen May. With an empty nest in her very near future, she is a seasoned-in-the-trenches homemaker. :) We talk about the challenges of blended family living, working full time and the importance of boundaries and intentional rest. HOMEMAKING …
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Thank you for two great years of The Art of Home podcast! Join us for this special episode as your host, Allison, shares what is ahead. We are launching our exploration of the Four Pillars of Homemaking: 1. Identity 2. Values & Priorities 3. Rhythms & Routines 4. Community Allison also shares some practical suggestions for fostering relationships w…
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Today’s guest, Mandi Thompson, is an in-the-trenches homemaker. She has been married to Don for 18 years and they have 2 teenage daughters. She has mostly been a full-time homemaker, but recently added a full time job as a sales representative in the gift industry. Mandi primarily describes herself as a student of what God is teaching her in each s…
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In today’s show, I am chatting with in-the-trenches homemaker, Kelly Gundersen. Our in the trenches category includes homemakers who have been practicing more than 5 but less than 25 years. They are past the newlywed stage and are working through how to prioritize marriage amidst a houseful of kids, schooling, activities, their husband’s career, an…
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Debbie had a vision for what her adult life would look like and it absolutely did NOT involve kids or full time homemaking. Join us as we talk about how God challenged Debbie's fantasy life, gave her a desire for children and eventually called her out of her career in law to come home full time. RESOURCES The Sister Project “The Sister Project seek…
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In today’s episode, we are doing a Deep Dive into the topic of Marital Intimacy. I’m joined by my two friends, Sandi Goforth and Gwen Cunningham, who were both featured on the podcast as subjects of homemaker portraits. Sandi has been married to Walt for over 45 years and Gwen has been married to Paul for 36 years. These women have a wealth of expe…
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I am chatting about wellness for the homemaker with Leslie Lucadou, who was featured on The Art of Home Podcast in a Homemaker Portrait in 2022. Leslie is a homemaker and a mom to three little girls. She is a seminary graduate and she has a passion for helping women confidently study God’s word and joyfully live out Truth in everyday moments. Up fo…
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