Welcome to the final installment of the Tuning Hearts Podcast Round-up! I hope you have enjoyed this series and that you have found some great new listening material! Up today we have a great collection of podcasts for all the moms out there.
The last two posts in this series were specifically for homeschooling moms, but not so this time! I have compiled my favorites for when your momma heart just needs some solid encouragement in the day to day. Most of these are faith-based, but not all. Many feature interviews with bloggers, authors and speakers who’s stories will make you laugh or think or pray. All of these podcast have been an encouragement to me in my journey as a mom, and I hope you will find some hope for your journey as well. If you give any of these ladies a listen and find a new favorite, please let me know in the comments at the end of this post!
At Home with Sally with Sally Clarkson and Kristen Kill
Read-Aloud Revival with Sarah MacKenzie
The Busy Mom with Heidi St. John
Feathers: Faith in Flight with Amy Bennett
God-Centered Mom with Heather Mac Fadyen
Mom Struggling Well with Emily Thomas
The Masterpiece Mom with Amanda Bacon and Anne-Renee Gumley
If you missed the first 2 posts in this series, you can check them out here:
Podcast Round-up: Homeschool Mom Edition
Podcast Round-up: Classical Charlotte Mason Education Edition
Here we are back at last with the second post in my Podcast Round-up series! If you are a podcast addict like me, you are always looking for new listening material. And if you are anywhere on the classical homeschooling spectrum, you are going to love this list!
If you missed the first post in my Podcast Round-up series, it was focussed on some of my favorite podcasts for homeschool mom encouragement. This time around, I am narrowing that focus even more to podcasts specifically geared toward the subject of Classical, Charlotte Mason style home education. Some of these are more for the purpose of the mother’s education (I’m looking at you, Close Reads and Scholé Sisters!), while others are a bit more in the vein of how to actually teach using a classical or Charlotte Mason approach. In the end, though, that’s all educational for the homeschooling mom, no? I highly encourage you to give these folks a listen and let me know which ones are your favorites!
Circe Institute Podcast: Close Reads with David Kern, Angelina Stanford and Tim MacIntosh
The Classical Homeschool with Jennifer Dow and Ashley Woleben
The Delectable Education Podcast with Emily Kaiser, Nicole Williams, Liz Cotrill
The Simply Convivial Audio Blog with Mystie Winkler
AfterCast, an AfterThoughts audio blog with Brandy Vencel
Scholé Sisters with Brandy Vencel, Pam Barnhill and Mystie Winkler
It’s your turn! What are your podcast recommendations for mother’s education or classical Charlotte Mason homeschool helps? Did I miss any? Please leave me a comment and let me know!
If you know me in real life, you probably already know that I like to listen to podcasts quite a lot! I don’t listen to the radio much except when I am in the car, and even then, I will frequently choose an audio book the kids and I can enjoy together instead. I enjoy podcasts because I can listen and learn while getting other things done, like the laundry or dishes or meal planning. And I love that the podcast world is so big and broad these days that you can probably find a podcast on just about any niche interest you have! I started out listening to knitting and crochet podcasts, actually. Yes, people actually sit down and record themselves discussing their craft projects, and yes, it is actually really enjoyable to listen, at least if you are into the craft! But now that I don’t spend as much time playing with yarn as I do reading to small children, my podcast genre focus has shifted a bit.
Since I have a lot going on with our move from Illinois to Tennessee, as well as some Virtual Assistant work I just took on unexpectedly, I am going to be posting a little less for the next week or two. I thought it might be fun to do a quick series on some of my current favorite podcasts in a few different areas of interest. First, we have the Homeschool Mom Podcast Round-Up! These podcasts (listed in no particular order!) are mostly geared toward equipping and encouraging homeschooling parents, but I think some of them would be enjoyable listens for any mom, even if you don’t happen to homeschool or your kids are too young (or too old) for school!
Cultivating the Lovely with MacKenzie Monroe
Your Morning Basket with Pam Barnhill
Wild + Free with Ainsley Arment and Tina Ingold
Homeschool Solutions Show with Pam Barnhill
Homeschool Sanity Show with Dr. Melanie Wilson
Homeschool Snapshots with Pam Barnhill
Simplified Organization Audio Blog with Mystie Winkler
So, there you go! Some of my favorite recommendations for homeschool mom podcasts! What is your favorite, either from this list, or one that I did not mention?