Somebody Sewed That Shirt

Podcast time! This episode explores the world of ethical fashion—for kids. Hayley Morgan is starting a new clothing line with the hopes of transforming how

Your (little) story matters

New podcast time! In this episode, I talk with my friend Nish Weiseth, founder and editor-in-chief of Deeper Story, a faith-based community blog about the

A Chat with my Literary Agent

Let’s talk publishing! In this episode Tsh is talking with her friend and literary agent Jenni Burke, who works with the firm DC Jacobson. (photo

Preemptive Love

Jeremy and Jessica Courtney raise their two kids in Iraq while running their organization, Preemptive Love. They help provide life-saving heart surgeries for Iraqi children, but they also…live life. In this episode, we talk food, work, culture, and what it’s like to live as expats in the Middle East.

Nerd is a Good Thing

Tsh talks to Anne Bogel about books: good summer reads, how to encourage kids to read, when to buy versus when to check out at the library, e-reader versus the real thing, and more.

Freedom From Stuff

Joshua Becker writes a blog called Becoming Minimalist, and that title describes well his journey: he hasn’t figured out all the ins and outs of

Confront Your Junk

Tsh talks to Leigh Kramer, an Enneagram aficionado and wise sage regarding where you suck. It can get confusing, so Leigh answers Tsh’s questions and shares her favorite resources for better understanding this fascinating ancient tool.

Going Badger

Nina Nelson lives with her family… in a school bus. Yep, four kids, two adults, in a revamped bus—and they’re loving every minute of it.

Deep Eddy Family

In this episode, Tsh chats with Kat Lee about… podcasting. It’s a podcast about podcasts. And other stuff, too, of course. Crash Course! Totally go

All the Sheets!

Myquillyn‘s back! And she’s put in windows in the barn: Here’s the latest farm update. Plus… her book—it’s here! Order it here (great Mama’s Day

Old Lady Sparkle

We’re back! So glad to get back to regular podcasting, and also really excited about this new format. Let us know what you think in

A Well-Trained Mind

In this episode, Tsh is honored to chat with Susan Wise Bauer, historian, educator, author, and farm girl. She’s literally written the history of the

Wildly Unconventional

In this episode, Tsh talks with Stephanie Langford, who’s been traveling around the world with her family this past year! She caught up with her

Burn the Boats

In this episode, Tsh chats with Jon and Jenny Acuff! Jenny’s working on a new book! She also likens social media to alchemy. She and

First Draft

In this episode, Tsh talks to her friend Shaun Groves, a musician and songwriter, and also the guy who leads blog trips on behalf of

Makeup-Free People

We’re back! And to kick off the new year and the release of Tsh’s book, Notes From a Blue Bike, she’ll be chatting with a

A Very Special Podcast

Warning: there’s a lot of random laughing in this episode. Tsh just dealt with the coldest temps she’s ever experienced in her life: Childhood shows…

Headin’ Home

We’re back—with a new name! Kat and Tsh talk about that. Kat likes to think that Sally Clarkson‘s house is perfectlly imperfect. Tsh likes this

We’re Just Makin’ It Up

Megan’s back! It’s been quite awhile since she and I have chatted. Yay! The twins are getting BIGGER: So cute. Here’s the book series neither

Not Much Makes it A Lot

Myq and Tsh have been up to a lot of little things, which add up to a lot. You know? Myquillyn has been neck-deep in

Ridiculously Good

In this episode, Kat and Tsh covered TONS of their favorite things—which means lots of links! So let’s get right to it: Music Christa Wells

E for Effort

It’s the start of a new school year, pumpkin spice lattes are at Starbucks, and college football is on the air—it must be early fall!

Don’t Be Wacky

School? It’s time for school already? Feels like summer just started. Emily and Tsh chat about the dawn of the school year, how they make

House-Shaped Hives

We’re baaaaaaaack! It’s been a long while since Tsh and her posse podcasted. Reason? Because it’s like herding cats to get the summer schedules of