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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.
 
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.
 
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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Merry Christmas, Homemakers!! Join us for our first of four special holiday episodes. You will hear from 4 different homemakers all about their family traditions, food, and how they keep their eyes fixed on Jesus during the month of December. HOMEMAKING RESOURCES Free Simple Daily Advent Guide Advent Playlists on Spotify Hope Peace Joy Love Free We…
 
In this week's episode, Jess (founder and co-owner of the beloved family-owned brand Neuflora) and I gather together to discuss the ways in which reflection, gratitude, and intention play into our roles as homemakers, both for heart and home. We discuss the symbolism of her shoppe's mission and how it beautifully ties in with the need for intention…
 
Join us today for this seasoned homemaker portrait of Kimberly Simpson . We chat about her experience of keeping a home for over 30 years with husband, Jim. Kimberly is a deep thinker and is passionate about cultivating meaningful relationships with family, neighbors and her sisters in Christ, something she has always sought to do through her homem…
 
No, you don't have to get all the housework done by yourself. However, you might have more help at your fingertips than you realize. Be sure to make use of your available resources as you make a workable cleaning plan! Women are the backbone of society, so we must be free from cultural lies & personal guilt and have the freedom of good habits and s…
 
On today’s episode I am chatting with my friend, Dani Hamilton. She is an in-the-trenches homemaking mama of 3 little boys and wife to husband, Luke who is a professional firefighter. Dani is an amazing artist, one of the most creative people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. We bonded over our mutual love of art, sewing and all things craft…
 
How to find cheerfulness when life feels chaotic... Women are the backbone of society, so we must be free from cultural lies & personal guilt and have the freedom of good habits and self-control so we can build God-honoring families and communities. 📖 Get my latest book: How to Use a Planner Without Wasting Time https://amzn.to/3CcRzuy ➡️ Take the …
 
Burning out is not something that needs to happen, even if life is going crazy. Women are the backbone of society, so we must be free from cultural lies & personal guilt and have the freedom of good habits and self-control so we can build God-honoring families and communities. 📖 Get my latest book: How to Use a Planner Without Wasting Time https://…
 
In today's episode, Natalie Hixson and I discuss something that is incredibly common in homes around the world, however, is widely swept under the rug and isn't talked about often within the homemaking community... y'all, you guessed it, today we are talking about mental and emotional health. Natalie and I invite you to listen in as we discuss some…
 
On today’s show I am talking with my friend Michelle Poehlmann (pronounced "Pell-men") about her homemaking journey over the past decade with husband, Luke. With 3 kids, ages six and under, Michelle definitely qualifies as an in-the-trenches homemaker. After working outside the home for nearly all of their married life, she came home full time last…
 
In this week’s episode, my friend Abbie joins me as we discuss all things heart and home. It is our hope that by the end of our conversation, you’ll be excited about bringing back traditions from your family's heritage and create new traditions as we head into the colder months, that you'll reflect on the things that you do well within your homemak…
 
As moms, we plan a lot, but are we doing realistic planning? The internet is full of self-help productivity advice. If you look into how to organize your life, so many options pop up. However, so many of them are not realistic for moms. 📖 Get my latest book: How to Use a Planner Without Wasting Time https://amzn.to/3CcRzuy ➡️ Take the free daily ca…
 
I am talking with Betty Hicks who has been keeping a home with husband Dan for 37 years. Betty is a mom, a grandmother, a retired military analyst, a breast cancer survivor and a published author. She and Dan started their married life making a home in Germany, just before the end of the cold war. The most dramatic change came when both she and Dan…
 
In this week's episode, my friend Miss Sally Clarkson is back on the podcast and joins me to celebrate the release of her new book "Giving Your Words: The Lifegiving Power of a Verbal Home for Faith Family Formation"! We invite you to listen to our conversation as we discuss the magnificence of the atmosphere in which we fill our homes with, not on…
 
Starting is the hardest part and that's definitely true of a homeschool day! ➡️ Take the free daily card challenge and practice with me! https://www.simplyconvivial.info/todo-list/ 🏆 Enroll in Simply Convivial Continuing Education and get practical life management mentorship so you don't have to be overwhelmed anymore: https://www.simplyconvivial.c…
 
In today’s episode I am talking with seasoned homemaker, Adrienne Schrank, about her experience of keeping home for the past 34 years with husband, Ron. Adrienne is a born administrator, a trait which has served her well in the organizing and time management side of homemaking but has sometimes been an obstacle to relationships. Adrienne has had to…
 
Join us for a discussion about special needs in the home. We are talking to both homemakers with special needs family members AND homemakers without. We want to encourage and strengthen the former group and educate and inspire the latter group to provide support and help to these families in their communities. There is something for everyone in thi…
 
Join us for this Newbie Homemaker Portrait of my friend, Abby Colbath. Despite your youth and classification as a "Newbie", Abby has a lot to share. Her experiences over the past few years have given her perspective and wisdom that many of us don’t gain until much later in life. She has walked through the joyful, but challenging waters of newlywed …
 
The best way to stay focused and make progress around the house and in your life is to limit your daily task list to three items. Here's how to do that! ➡️ Take the free daily card challenge and practice with me! https://www.simplyconvivial.info/todo-list/ 🏆 Enroll in Simply Convivial Continuing Education and get practical life management mentorshi…
 
We are kicking off Season 9 of The Art of Home with a portrait of seasoned homemaker, Jeanne Coté, who has been keeping a home with her husband, Jeff, for 44 years. They have raised a houseful of girls, and even "adopted" another girl through some radical hospitality. Jeanne shares about marrying young, educating and raising her girls, caring for h…
 
In this week’s episode, my friend Alex joins me again as we dig into the basics of homemaking and discuss all things heart and home. It is our hope that by the end of our conversation, you’ll be encouraged in knowing that your role as a homemaker is far more valuable than your daily task list, that you are revived with some sweet ideas for finding …
 
Enroll: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/stop-overwhelm Oh, Monday morning woe! Dishes piled in the sink, counters overloaded with random bits, laundry mounting high out of the hampers. Extra gunk on the floor, toys left out, books strewn everywhere. Everywhere I looked, I saw evidence that I was starting the week behind. Everywhere I looked, I saw …
 
FREE PLANNING WORKSHOP: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/planner The time you spend planning is often time wasted. But that doesn't need to be the case. Learn how to plan to save time rather than using planning to procrastinate.Mystie Winckler
 
In this week’s episode, my friend Lana and I discuss all things about creating and preserving traditions in our homes, useful skills that we can learn within our homes that will meet the needs of those entrusted in our care, and why we believe homemaking and homesteading are so beautifully connected to one another. My guest, Lana Stenner (on Instag…
 
Join us for our summer reading series. During the month of August we are working through JR Miller's classic, Home-Making, published in 1882. Each Wednesday your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. Each Friday, The Art of Home will distribute corresponding reflection questions to our email subscribers. All resources created …
 
Friends, it is with great honor and joy that I get to share with you a conversation between myself and "the fairy godmother of homemaking" herself, Miss Sally Clarkson. When the opportunity arose to have this conversation with Miss Sally, someone who is highly adored and respected in the homemaking and homeschooling communities, I couldn't help but…
 
Join us for our summer reading series. During the month of August we are working through JR Miller's classic, Home-Making, published in 1882. Each Wednesday your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. Each Friday, The Art of Home will distribute corresponding reflection questions to our email subscribers. All resources created …
 
In this week's episode, my friend Molly DeFrank joins me as we discuss the impact that technology has on the home life and how to create a healthy balance that works for your family, using her tried and true method shared in her book, "Digital Detox: The Two-Week Tech Reset for Kids". "We enjoy digital entertainment. We like technology. We don't wa…
 
Join us for our summer reading series. During the month of August we are working through JR Miller's classic, Home-Making, published in 1882. Each Wednesday your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. Each Friday, The Art of Home will distribute corresponding reflection questions to our email subscribers. All resources created …
 
Free module of my signature course: https://www.simplyconvivial.info/story/ When I feel like I want to walk away from life for a spell, what I actually need to walk away from is my own selfishness and idealistic dreams.Mystie Winckler
 
Join us for our summer reading series. During the month of August we are working through JR Miller's classic, Home-Making, published in 1882. Each Wednesday your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. Each Friday, The Art of Home will distribute corresponding reflection questions to our email subscribers. All resources created …
 
We tend to think of happiness as a mere feeling, something nice but unnecessary, something transient and superficial. However, happiness has always been a topic of deep interest to philosophers, and there is a long Christian tradition of both what happiness truly is and also how important it is. Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Pascal, Lewis – all ag…
 
Join us for our summer reading series. During the month of August we are working through JR Miller's classic, Home-Making, published in 1882. Each Wednesday your host, Allison, will read two chapters from this short book. Each Friday, The Art of Home will distribute corresponding reflection questions to our email subscribers. All resources created …
 
In this week’s episode, my friend Jennifer Pepito is back and we are celebrating the release of her new book, “Mothering by the Book: The Power of Reading Aloud to Overcome Fear and Recapture Joy”! From extending grace, establishing rhythm, reading classic literature, to being positive producers in our homes and communities… we invite you to listen…
 
https://www.crowdcast.io/e/homeschool-logistics We know we need curriculum and books and lists before the homeschool day begins, but what about logistics? Logistics is our strategy for how things will be done - as opposed to the curriculum question of what will be done. Our homeschool days are more about logistics than curriculum particulars, so le…
 
A short and sweet episode as we wrap up Season One and make our way into Season Two next week! A BIG announcement in today's intermission episode as I answer the common question, " What is The Homemaker's Club and where do I become a member?"! Take the time after you hear today's big news to catch up on any previous episodes you may have missed, an…
 
Free home routine guide: https://www.simplyconvivial.com/routines True confession: I’ve tried every configuration of laundry routine out there and never found one that made me stay on top of laundry. I can discover a good rhythm, but then something will change. It turns out that laundry is not evenly produced over time, so if by a “consistent” laun…
 
Join us for this portrait of In-the-Trenches Homemaker, Amber Davis. We chat about multi-generational households, chronic illness, and how to manage expectations while juggling homemaking and working outside the home. Amber is a former park ranger, Bible teacher, poet, mom, step-mom and grandmother. RESOURCES *contains affiliate links Sign Up for S…
 
In this week's episode, my friend Katie and I discuss the movement of women claiming their homes with home and intention for changing the course of their homes and those entrusted in their care, the future for the next generations, and as aid in a homesick world... even when it goes against the grain of modern society. "I think we've kind of come t…
 
Seasoned homemaker, Roberta Hemphill, shares with us the ups and downs of her 40 year homemaking career. We chat about her passion for preserving memories and her experience parenting 2 kids on the autism spectrum when very little was known about this condition. Resources *contains affiliate links Summer Reading Sign up For Weekly Study Guide Home-…
 
In today's short and sweet episode, my friend Jenna and I invite you to listen in as we discuss the importance of evaluating what matters most in your home, your "why", so that you can boldly find value amongst opposition from self, friends, family, or society when it comes to the misunderstanding of what a homemaker's role is within her home. "You…
 
Planners can easily be time-wasting rather than time-managing. How do we make sure our attempts at getting life together are going to be helpful and useful? I have three keys that will ensure they are. Take the "Get Organized" Quiz - https://www.simplyconvivial.com/quiz - it will tell you what you should work on next to make the most progress, quic…
 
We continue the discussion with Karen Sheppard on words we pour out, words we take in and words we hold onto and how these words impact our homemaking. Part 2 focuses on words we pour out in written form and words we take in. We talk about letter writing, memoir and journal writing, expressive writing as therapy, media, music and great books. RESOU…
 
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 *contains affiliate links…
 
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…
 
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