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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 confidently and skillfully practice their art of making a home. New episodes every other Wednesday.
 
Welcome to The Homemaker's Club Podcast! The Homemaker's Club is a sisterhood of women who value the old-fashioned ways and traditions of making a house a home. Each week, I invite you to join me, Ashley Cravens, and my friends within the homemaking community as we gather together to discuss the joys and hardships of homemaking, share tips and tricks, and celebrate the ordinary moments as we make something extraordinary within our homes.
 
Join Jackie Alexander & Jaclyn Humble as they discuss homemaking for millennials. Millennial Homemakers is your resource for all things home, hostessing, DIYs & more. Tips & takeaways to achieve your Pinterest perfect home on a entry-level budget!
 
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In today's episode, my friend Jenny and I invite you to listen in as we discuss the imaginary checklists that we create for being a "certified" homemaker through comparison and the need for checking expectations at the door and share ways in which we fight for beauty and gratitude amongst the tasks of our days' work within our homes. "Homemaking, a…
 
Join me for this discussion with my friend, Karen Sheppard, about the power and importance of words in the home. We begin by laying some ground work about why words are important in the home then we explore what we are calling the cycle of words; that is words we take in, words we hold onto and words we pour out. RESOURCES Words to Live By, Free Sc…
 
Now, about today’s interview….I am talking with newbie homemaker, Jeanette Rath. I have known Jeanette for many years, served with her in worship ministry watching her blossom and grow into a delightful young woman. In this conversation we talk about Jeanette’s experience of learning to keep a house while managing some physical challenges. She is l…
 
Liz Marie Galvan is widely known as the “queen of cozy” in the blogging and Instagram world, she is also the author of a widely loved book called Cozy White Cottage and her most recent book, Cozy White Cottage Seasons. As homemakers, we know that home is meant to be shared and I love that in Liz’s newest book, "Cozy White Cottage Seasons", she walk…
 
To kick off Season 7, I’m chatting with my friend, Gwen Cunningham, about her 36-year practice of The Art of Home. Gwen worked as a social worker and group home supervisor while keeping a home with her husband, Paul ,who taught high school. Together they raised 3 kids and just recently gained another adult child in Paul’s daughter, Jen who sought o…
 
Like the calendar year, homemaking comes with seasons. Some seasons in home are abundantly beautiful, and some are filled with trials and tribulations… but one thing remains true, having deep rooted hope and knowing that the role of homemaking is magnificent and incredibly worthwhile will get you through even the hardest of days. In today’s episode…
 
Welcome to the Millennial Homemakers! On this episode, we discuss food and fashion trends for 2022. Links mentioned in this episode: Topics we discuss in this episode: Food Trends Fashion Trends Connect with the Millennial Homemakers: Join our community on Facebook Check out our blog Follow Jackie on Instagram - @jvalexander16 Follow Jaclyn on Inst…
 
From carrying traditions of our upbringings forward and understanding who we are and the value of our roles within our homes, Melissa and I believe that homemaking is simply defined as heart shaping. In today's episode, my friend Melissa and I invite you to listen in as we discuss the heart of homemaking, mothering alongside one another, using soci…
 
Welcome to the Millennial Homemakers! On this episode, we discuss food and fashion trends for 2022. Links mentioned in this episode: Topics we discuss in this episode: Food Trends Fashion Trends Connect with the Millennial Homemakers: Join our community on Facebook Check out our blog Follow Jackie on Instagram - @jvalexander16 Follow Jaclyn on Inst…
 
In today's episode, my friend Alex and I invite you to listen in as we discuss the seasons of becoming, gratitude and contentment, leaps of faith, mother culture, and the cultivation of friendship and the ways in which we greatly believe that "we are better together" as we join hands to make home beautiful, alongside one another. "Anything done wit…
 
Join me for this great conversation with "in the trenches" homemaker, Leslie Lucadou. We talk about what God is teaching her through her homemaking life with 3 little girls, an autoimmune disease and a passion for teaching how caring for our bodies fuels the good work God is calling us to do in life. RESOURCES: *may contain affiliate links Connect …
 
Welcome to the Millennial Homemakers! On this episode, we catch our listeners up on what's been going on in our lives over the past two years. Links mentioned in this episode: Basket Fetch Topics we discuss in this episode: Inflation & grocery budgeting Connect with the Millennial Homemakers: Join our community on Facebook Check out our blog Follow…
 
One of the most fascinating things when we look back on the seasons in which we have journeyed through, is to see a gleam of golden thread, the love and appreciation of home, running through our lives. Whether it's creating a cozy home after we come home from work, moving cross country to a new home, or leaving behind the office for pursuing a life…
 
Camaraderie-style accountability can help us spur one another on to any sort of good work: homemaking, homeschooling, holiness. And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works – Hebrews 10:24 Camaraderie-based accountability doesn’t have to be official, with rules and agreed-upon terms. If rules float your boat, lay some out; …
 
Join me for this "in the trenches" homemaker portrait of my friend, Lana. While we at AoH define the "in the trenches" homemaker as one who is 10+ years into her journey with lots to manage in a busy household, Lana is very open about her time in the trenches of struggling to "love every minute" of parenting and homemaking. We talk about what to do…
 
Welcome to the Millennial Homemakers! On this episode, we catch our listeners up on what's been going on in our lives over the past two years. Links mentioned in this episode: Jackie's baby nursery Jaclyn's kitchen Topics we discuss in this episode: Jackie's new baby & social media sharing policy Jaclyn's kitchen renovation & move Connect with the …
 
In today's episode, Jen and I invite you to listen in as we discuss the ways in which we believe that as homemakers, we are preserving civilization. By reflecting on who and what we want to be known for, we are empowered to authentically build strong foundations within our homes by choosing where we invest our efforts and where we spend our time...…
 
Free guide to make your own housework system: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/2016/personalized-housecleaning-plan/ And our housework needs a framework just as much as anything else we do or use. We need to have an underlying structure that gives shape to our days and support to our sanity. Without a framework, we’re sloppy, floppy, and choppy. We …
 
We are chatting today with seasoned homemaker, Tricia Emmons, about her 29 years experience keeping a home, managing outside work and parenting 6 kids, including 2 adopted. Resources Historical Homemaker Hints: Sangster, Margaret E., The Art of Home-Making in City and Country, In Mansion and Cottage. New York: The Christian heritage Bible House, 18…
 
My friend Kristin and I invite you to listen in as we discuss what we believe to be cornerstones in the cultivation of our homes and the culture in which we intend to create. From traditions of both old and new, and the images of home that were planted in our heart's upbringings, we believe that through homemaking, we are building a rich home cultu…
 
Be ready for hospitality with my free tidy house guide: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/ehap So, we know that our home is for hospitality, but it seems so hard – it’s extra, and we have no room for extra. We want to know how to be hospitable, but it doesn’t come naturally. The one thing that makes hospitality so difficult is that we are out of prac…
 
Join us for part 2 of our discussion on all things sewing! Today we chat with Jan Lockhart about sewing clothing, sewing for the home and sewing as a business. We get into some specific tips and ideas in all three of these areas. RESOURCES: *may contain affiliate links FREE Sewing Handbook Homemaking Deep Dive Sewing Part 1 Homemaker Portrait | Jan…
 
As gatekeepers between home and world, we have the ability through our daily actions and presence in our own homes, to change the world by collectively placing intention in the construction of homes built on strong foundations. Emily and I invite you to listen in as we discuss the impact we believe home has in our communities, how to maintain a hea…
 
Get a tidy house: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/ehap --free guide It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a homeschool mom in possession of a large family must be in want of a housekeeper. That’d be nice, wouldn’t it? Some families can actually swing it, but most of us are on our own when it comes to keeping up with both school and home. Of co…
 
Join Allison and long-time sewist, Jan Lockhart, in this two part series exploring the art of sewing for homemakers. In this episode we will be discussing the basics of sewing; essential tools, machine basics, fabric, patterns, sewing economy, expectations and more. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned sewist, we have something for you in this …
 
Holly and I sat down the day after Easter Sunday to discuss the matters of mental health and homemaking, and ways in which we use the gospel as a means of encouragement and foundation for the joys and hardships of homemaking. From running with tenacity as we share homemaking with the world, to learning to not place value in the works we do but in w…
 
I often hear from women who say they were organized when they worked in an office, but they just can’t manage to be – or at least feel – organized at home. What makes it so hard to stay on top of basic tasks? Why is organization so hard to maintain? I think it’s due to both the open-ended and repetitive nature of the job. There are no bosses, no ma…
 
We are kicking off Season 6 with our very first "Newbie" Homemaker Portrait. We are chatting with my good friend, Christine, about her experience in keeping home with her husband, Luke, for the past 5 years. Christine may be a newbie, but this conversation is rich with reflection on hospitality, cooking, identity and the sacredness of home. RESOURC…
 
Little did Jayden and I know, back then, how formative the early years of our homemaking journeys would mean to our hearts today. Handed down mismatched couches and making home in a rinky dink apartment and a duplex that felt like a ninety's office building, we take a look back at the sweet beginnings we wouldn't change for the world. We discuss th…
 
My book - The Convivial Homeschool: https://amzn.to/3rhFLBA We homeschool to avoid the factory model and give our children an effective learning environment rather than an efficient one. Thus, our home life and our various ages working alongside one another is actually a perk, not a problem. So what do you need to classically homeschool multiple ki…
 
Why habits are hard workshop: https://youtu.be/dge2oieqJys I would stare and shake my head. My roommate in college made her bed - on the top bunk - every single morning. Over 100 miles away from her mom, she made her bed because *she* wanted to. I did not relate. I did not make my bed. The difference was in our habits - AND our habits formed our ta…
 
Welcome to The Homemaker's Club Podcast! The Homemaker's Club is a sisterhood of women who value the old-fashioned ways and traditions of making a house a home. Each week, I invite you to join me, Ashley Cravens, and my friends within the homemaking community as we gather together to discuss the joys and hardships of homemaking, share tips and tric…
 
Organization is a SNAP Quiz: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/quiz Daily Card Workshop: https://youtu.be/XQ81AJz5_ZM Example planning pages: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/2021/planners-for-moms/ #1 - Look at your planner multiple times a day. #2 - Do something from your planner after you look at it; let it guide your choices. #3 - Keep your planne…
 
Daily Card Workshop: https://youtu.be/XQ81AJz5_ZM Free Brain Dump Guide: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/braindump Youtube version: https://youtu.be/osTM2j8dCLw We have so many tasks, thoughts, ideas, and appointments we need to keep track of, but sometimes the more we try to get the perfect system in place, the harder it seems to be to stay on top…
 
🎉 Oh yeah, it's our birthday! It's our birthday!🙌🏻 Join us for this very special episode where we are celebrating one year of exploring how homemakers cultivate a place to belong, one story at a time. You will hear a few 1st year thoughts from you host, Allison, updates on what to look for in year 2, as well as lots of The Art of Home listeners sub…
 
Get the free EHAP guide: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/ehap and discover how to keep your house mostly tidy most of the time, even with kids. We think of our spaces when we think of getting organized, but we try to make our spaces and lives into things they are not rather than try to make the spaces facilitate more life, more living - not more ex…
 
Watch the YouTube version with slides: https://youtu.be/0LutEE_zI14 Take the quiz: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/quiz Share this episode and get the workbook for the series for free! Tell us how and where you shared at support@simplifiedorganization.com and we'll reply with the download link.由Mystie Winckler
 
We must remember that the point of organizing is not so everything is neat and tidy and clear all the time. The point is that we are ready to do the right next thing; that we are maintaining an atmosphere of love and order in our home; and that our environment supports not only our work, but also the work of our children – the work of learning and …
 
Education as a program, even classically, did not traditionally begin until the child was reasoning. Talk to a 9 or 10 year old child for a time and observe the difference between his thinking process and conversational ability and your 5 or 6 year old. When the oldest is 5 or 6, and he’s followed by younger siblings, he seems so smart, so capable.…
 
Join us as we chat with seasoned homemaker, Debbi Kennedy about her experiences keeping a home since 1977 with her husband Ken and their 13 children (9 adopted). Debbi and Ken have spent many years on the mission field in Haiti and Mexico and their experiences have taught them much about the value of home and family. Resources *may contain affiliat…
 
In this Homemaker Portrait we are chatting with seasoned homemaker, Jan Grelle. Married to her high school sweetheart at 18, Jan has spent decades pursuing God through home, family, loss, ministry and much more. Resources *contains affiliate links Forever Home Mentioned in This Episode Pine Cove Christian Camps Jan's Favorite Jar Opener Historical …
 
Part 2 of our organization conversation with Joi Welch. After establishing the heart behind organization in part 1, we are diving into 3 areas of the home where most of us could use a bit more order and organization; the bathroom, the bedroom/closet and the kitchen. Resources *May contain Affiliate Links Homemaking Deep Dive Organization Part 1 Fre…
 
Join us for this Homemaker Portrait of Kim Coburn, Seasoned homemaker of 47 years! We cover nearly 5 decades of experiences, memories and insight in this wonderful story of home. Resources *May contain Affiliate Links Historical Homemaker Hints: Sangster, Margaret E., The Art of Home-Making in City and Country, In Mansion and Cottage. New York: The…
 
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