The Art of Home: A Podcast for Homemakers

Allison L Weeks

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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Homemaker Portrait | Alecia Doty
May 1 2024
Homemaker Portrait | Alecia Doty
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.On to today’s homemaker portrait, I am chatting with Alecia Doty. She was nominated by her friend Tina Bergs. Here’s what Tina had to say about Alecia’s practice of the art of home: "Alecia makes her home a place where children are nurtured in the love of Christ and pointed to what is true, good, and beautiful. She is a welcoming hostess who intentionally uses her home as a place where souls can find rest, and be met with the love of Christ."After spending an hour or so in conversation with Alecia, I can see why Tina gave such a glowing recommendation. Alecia has such great insight into the art of home. She poignantly explains that homemaking is a beautiful, hard, sanctifying, creative adventure; a high and holy calling which, if we allow, God will use to draw us to himself and transform us into the image of Jesus so that the Gospel will be displayed through our homemaking.EPISODE NOTESShow Notes | https://www.theartofhomepodcast.com/blogAllison's UpdateImmersion Stick BlenderPastry BlenderEdith Schaeffer, Hidden Art of HomemakingSally Clarkson Podcast, At Home with SallyAlecia's TGC Article; "Dear Younger Self: It Doesn't Matter How He Folds the Bedsheets"Daily Liturgy HelpsEvery Moment Holy The Art of Home Deep Dive Rhythms & RoutinesHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveJR Miller's Homemaking Study GuideAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/supportSupport the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Jan Roueche
Apr 17 2024
Homemaker Portrait | Jan Roueche
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.Today I am chatting with Seasoned Homemaker, Jan Roueche. Married for over 40 years, Jan and her husband have raised 10 children, homeschooling them for many of those years…a topic which comes up a good bit in our conversation. When Jan and her husband married the were both new Christians so not only were they learning how to live together and create a harmonious home life, they were both learning how to faithfully walk with Christ, and it wasn’t always easy. We discuss some of the practical need for structure when living in a large family and Jan shares a little about her current season of homemaking which involves caring for her husband as he battles Parkinson’s disease. Jan shares many tips, a lot of practical advice and much wisdom throughout our conversation. I especially love that her advice is centered on the need to cultivate a deep abiding relationship with the Lord.EPISODE NOTESShow Notes| https://www.theartofhomepodcast.com/bloghttps://www.theartofhomepodcast.com/post/homemaker-portrait-jan-roueche-season-19-ep-4Webster's 1828 DictionaryYWAM Christian Heroes: Then and Now seriesSusan Branch's Blank Family Cookbook is out of print but you can get some copies through eBay or thrift books. Amazon also sells similar blank books by other publishers.1 Thessalonians 5:16-18HOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveJR Miller's Homemaking Study GuideAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/supportSupport the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Jen Thayer
Apr 10 2024
Homemaker Portrait | Jen Thayer
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 and blessings Jen never expected but thanks God for every day. We cover all the usual ground of beginnings, influences, challenges, fails, wins and favorites, and we bond over our love of literature and the importance of a family library. EPISODE NOTESShow Notes | https://www.theartofhomepodcast.com/post/homemaker-portrait-jen-thayer-season-19-ep-3ALLISON'S UPDATE:Protein Oat Pancake RecipeJapanese Omelet PanBreakfast Sandwich Recipe using similar cooking method for eggsTraditional Tamagoyaki (rolled omelet)-videoOTHER NOTES:Wise Words for Moms chart by Ginger Hubbard12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You by Tony ReinkeFavorite analog tools-subscribe to Homemaker Happy Mail for more details. For future reference, go to The Art of Home Blog and search "analog tools"More Episodes on Special Needs: Homemaker Portrait|Laurie Mott and Homemaking Deep Dive|Special Needs in the Home WRITE FOR THE ART OF HOMEEditorial Guidelines, Topics & ScheduleHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveJR Miller's Homemaking Study GuideAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/supportSupport the Show.
Pillars of Homemaking Deep Dive | Rhythms & Routines
Apr 3 2024
Pillars of Homemaking Deep Dive | Rhythms & Routines
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 look at motivations (or the why) for establishing rhythms and routines, contrasting the world’s ideas vs what God has to say about our why. Next we talk about 4 rhythms of christian living; worship, rest, work and play—what those might look like and how we can use homemaking to help and not hinder these rhythms. Finally we end with a few pitfalls to avoid when establishing rhythms and routines.EPISODE NOTESShow Notes | theartofhomepodcast.com/blogAllison's Update Recipes | Subscribe to Homemaker Happy Mail, or for future reference check Newsletter Archive and search this episode titleRelated Resources: Redeeming Your Time by Jordan RaynerHabits of the Household; Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythms by Justin EarleyMargin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives by Richard SwensonEvery Moment Holy; New Liturgies for Daily Life (book 1 of 3) by Douglas McKelveyRELATED EPISODESPillars of Homemaking Deep Dive | IdentityPillars of Homemaking Deep Dive | Values & PrioritiesHomemaker Portrait | Leslie LucadouHomemaking Deep Dive| Wellness with Leslie LucadouBE OUR GUEST (OR NOMINATE A FRIEND) closes April 5, 2024Apply YourselfNominate a Friend NEW!! WRITE FOR THE ART OF HOMEEditorial Guidelines, Topics & ScheduleHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email Support the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Brea Spires
Mar 27 2024
Homemaker Portrait | Brea Spires
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 stick around until the end when I will be back with my top takeaways from Brea’s interview as well as some EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENTS about what is coming on the Art of Home this year! EPISODE NOTESShow Notes | theartofhomepodcast.com/blogAllison's Update Seasonal Clothing Storage System | My Storage Boxes | Deep Dive Organization Part 2 Brea's kids love to watch old Psalty the Singing Psalm Book videos. You can find videos on YouTube or purchase their products HERE PILLARS OF HOMEMAKING SERIES (Pillar 3 coming Season 19)Pillar 1 | IdentityPillar 2 | Values & PrioritiesBE OUR GUEST (OR NOMINATE A FRIEND) closes April 5, 2024Apply YourselfNominate a Friend NEW!! WRITE FOR THE ART OF HOMEEditorial Guidelines, Topics & ScheduleHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/supportSupport the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | LeAnne Stadler
Feb 28 2024
Homemaker Portrait | LeAnne Stadler
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 son. Through it all, God has shown LeAnne His faithfulness. She says, “Sometimes He’s very quiet, but I know He’s still there because He’s never failed me.”The Stadler family has recently launched a small elderberry farm called Titus Grove in N.Central Ohio. They are founded on Faith & desire to bring Glory to God in all they do. You can follow along on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube as they learn the ins & outs, victories & defeats & all that is to come on the Grove. I will link all of the places you can connect with LeAnne in the show notes, so be sure to check that out.EPISODE NOTESConnect with LeAnne| Blog | Instagram | YouTube | Facebook Show Notes | theartofhomepodcast.com/blogHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/supportSupport the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Kerita Fuller
Feb 21 2024
Homemaker Portrait | Kerita Fuller
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 mom, not to babies, but to teens. She had a very short runway to prepare them to leave the nest as capable young adults and that was a big responsibility. Kerita shares openly how infertility can tempt her to compare to women who have what she doesn’t but that God has taught her that what motherhood looks like is not what she thinks it should look like, but what He says it looks like. I love her perspective on hospitality and how homemaking builds community and she has some fun stories, tips and ideas to share.EPISODE RESOURCESAt Home with Sally Podcast, Metaphors That Will Inspire For Life (with Joy Clarkson), Feb. 12, 2024Simple Farmhouse Life Podcast, Are You Overwhelmed and Angry in Motherhood? | Natalie Hixson, Angry Mama Coach, Ep. 224, Feb.13, 2024Follow Kerita's Knitting Adventures in IG | @mrskeritafullerShow Notes | theartofhomepodcast.com/blogHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/supportSupport the Show.
Homemaking Deep Dive | Emergency Response in the Home
Feb 7 2024
Homemaking Deep Dive | Emergency Response in the Home
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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, we dissect the fine line between fear that paralyzes and fear that mobilizes. Elizabeth shares empowering wisdom from scripture to fight paralyzing fear AND some practical knowledge for preparing your response and assessing  life-threatening situations. In this episode:🔥Preparing Your Response: 2 Kinds of Fear and what scripture has to say about them, YOU are the first responder and you set the tone.🔥Incident Management; what to do in actual medical  and fire emergencies (mild content warning: we do discuss medical trauma).🔥Post-Incident Management: what to do after the emergency. How to work through the aftermath for ourselves and with others.EPISODE NOTES:Elizabeth's Homemaker Portrait, S14: E4Scripture to Fight Fear: 2 Tim 1:7, Joshua 10:25, 1 Chron 28:20, Psalm 56:4, Psalm 118:6, Heb 13:6M.A.R.C.H. acronym : Massive Hemorrhage, Airway, Respiration, Circulation, HypothermiaCardiac Arrest: Remember, "No, No, Go". Are they responding normally? Are they breathing normally? If answer to both is "NO" then GO ahead with CPR.Vial of LifeBooks to help Kids with trauma and grief: The Good Shepard, by Gary Varvel, The Memory BoxDetailed Show Notes, search episode title at  theartofhomepodcast.com/blogHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveAudio Newsletter available to Titus 2 Woman monthly supportersSUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Support the Show.
Holiday Homemaking 2023 | Ep 4
Dec 20 2023
Holiday Homemaking 2023 | Ep 4
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 decor so that your future self with thank you. And as we wrap up the year, I look back at 2023 with a grateful heart and also share a glimpse of what’s in store for 2024. From tips and recipes to favorite Christmas songs and movies, we take you on a festive ride. So, pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa, cozy up, and let’s share the joys and experiences of holiday homemaking during the most wonderful time of the year.FROM THIS EPISODEAll links and resources shared by guests will be available in this week's free newsletter. Click the link below to subscribe. For future reference, check newsletter archive, Season 17, Vol. 4HOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveHOLIDAY HOMEMAKING RESOURCESAdvent Devotional GuideHoliday Homemaking 2021 & 2022 (enter "holiday homemaking" in search bar)SUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/support  Support the Show.
Holiday Homemaking 2023 | Episode 1
Nov 29 2023
Holiday Homemaking 2023 | Episode 1
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 Marjorie K Rawlings about the early shopper, I share about how decorating the tree reminds me of Jesus bringing hope and light in the darkness of depression, and I’m giving same basic tips to help you start decorating on the right foot. FROM THIS EPISODEAll links and resources shared by guests will be available in this week's free newsletter. Click the link below to subscribe. For future reference, check newsletter archive, Season 17, Vol.1Resources for Depression: Conquering Depression by Bruce Hennigan and Mark Sutton:  *This book helped me learn to identify what was causing, contributing to, and intensifying my anxiety and depression and gave me tools to fight back. American Association of Christian Counselors  *If you are a church member, you may want to start by talking with your pastor for counsel and recommendations of christian counselors in your area.  I cannot stress enough how valuable counseling has been for me...and the necessity to work with a counselor who will use scripture to help direct you to the truly Wonderful Counselor who knows you better than you know yourself.HOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveHOLIDAY HOMEMAKING RESOURCESAdvent Devotional GuideHoliday Homemaking 2021 & 2022 (enter "holiday homemaking" in search bar)SUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/support  Support the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Carly Poulin
Nov 22 2023
Homemaker Portrait | Carly Poulin
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 Jesus in the midst of laundy and dishes and diapers, and raising toddlers and teenagers, and showing hospitality. The idea that the Creator of the universe meets us in the mundane and gives us all that we need to walk out our faith and glorify Him through the every day work of homemaking is revolutionary in our culture. The stories we tell here about how Jesus transforms our homemaking were literally life-changing for Carly…her words, not mine. So keep that in mind as you listen. Carly is a new believer. She is learning and growing and fighting the good fight….shortly before we did this interview she unexpectedly lost her father and that threatened to shake her brand new faith. But God has been with her and I hope you will join me in praying for Carly’s faith to be strengthened, that she will be a light to her family as she serves them, and that God would bring some Titus 2 women into her life. FROM THIS EPISODEAll links and resources will be available in this week's free newsletter. Click the link below to subscribe. For future reference, check newsletter archive, Season 16 Vol. 7HOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveHOLIDAY HOMEMAKING RESOURCESAdvent Devotional GuideHoliday Homemaking 2021 & 2022 (enter "holiday homemaking" in search bar)SUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/support  Support the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Naomi Fata
Nov 15 2023
Homemaker Portrait | Naomi Fata
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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, firm boundaries and letting go of some expectations. Naomi is passionate about teaching others how sewing can help them make the most of their clothing and home decor resources.Over the years, Naomi realized that this "stay-at-home dream life" she asked God for does not come with ease. It is challenging to manage it all, but she is learning to differentiate between what God has and has not called her to do in each new day. Whether running a home business or not, this principle applies to all of us as homemakers as we seek to thrive in our calling and not be distracted or overwhelmed by all the possibilities before us. I know you will be encouraged and learn something from Naomi's story of home.CONNECT WITH NAOMIInstagram | @naomifataWebsite | www.naomifata.netBook | Beyond Head Knowledge; Knowing Christ Who Satisfies Our HeartsYoutube | Naomi Fata SewsFROM THIS EPISODEAll links and resources will be available in this week's free newsletter. Click the link below to subscribe. For future reference, check newsletter archive, Season 16 Vol. 7Allison's Resource Rec: Safer Home Indoor Fly Trap Plug InHOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveHOLIDAY HOMEMAKING RESOURCESAdvent Devotional GuideHoliday Homemaking 2021 & 2022 (enter "holiday homemaking" in search bar)SUPPORT & CONNECT Review | Love The Podcast Contact  | Voicemail |Instagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow | Follow The PodcastSupport | theartofhomepodcast.com/support  Support the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Breanna Wakefield
Nov 8 2023
Homemaker Portrait | Breanna Wakefield
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 pregnancies, including complications related to endometriosis and her battle with postpartum depression. As someone who has personally experienced postpartum depression, I found our conversation incredibly relatable and encouraging. Breanna also generously shared her tips, tricks, and ideas for successful homemaking, leaving me inspired and eager to implement them in my own life. Trust me, you don't want to miss this valuable and heartfelt conversation.FROM THIS EPISODEAll links and resources will be available in this week's free newsletter. Click the link below to subscribe. *For future reference, check newsletter archive, Season 16 Vol. 6HOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveHOLIDAY HOMEMAKING RESOURCESAdvent Devotional GuideHoliday Homemaking 2021 & 2022 (enter "holiday homemaking" in search bar)SUPPORT & CONNECT WITH USLeave Us A ReviewLove The Podcast (works on any device)Stay In Touch with The Art of Home Podcast Leave Us a VoicemailInstagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow The Art of Home on Your Listening AppFollow The Podcast (works on any device)Support The Art of Hometheartofhomepodcast.com/support  (detailed instructions for sharing, reviewing and tipping)Support the Show.
Homemaker Portrait | Kristen Howard
Nov 1 2023
Homemaker Portrait | Kristen Howard
Send me a one-way text about this episode! I'll give you a shout out or answer your question on a future episode.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 passionate about slowing down and enjoying the every day gifts of home. That theme is what much of her writing centers around and it comes through clearly in this fun conversation. Connect with Kristenwebsite | homesweethome.blog Books | Home Sweet Home: Book One, Home Sweet Home: Book Two, NEW! Home Sweet Home: Book ThreeFROM THIS EPISODEAll links and resources will be available in this week's free newsletter. Click the link below to subscribe. *For future reference, check newsletter archive, Season 16 Vol. 5HOMEMAKING RESOURCESFree Weekly Newsletter, Homemaker Happy MailNewsletter ArchiveFree Audio Version and Study Guide for JR Miller's "Homemaking"Listen to the Audio of the book in our 2023 Summer Reading SeriesGet Your Free Study GuideSUPPORT & CONNECT WITH USLeave Us A ReviewLove The Podcast (works on any device)Stay In Touch with The Art of Home Podcast Leave Us a VoicemailInstagram | Facebook  |  Website | Email  Follow The Art of Home on Your Listening AppFollow The Podcast (works on any device)Support The Art of Hometheartofhomepodcast.com/support  (detailed instructions for sharing, reviewing and tipping)Support the Show.