Best of The Home Hour Podcast

by Sarah Powers, Managing Editor

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We are loving all the feedback on the podcast lately! It sounds like several of you are just starting to get into podcast-listening in general, and have added The Home Hour to your must-listen list. Thanks for that. 🙂

Meagan is tied up all week with last-week-of-school activities and performing in a local theater production, so since there’s no new episode this week, we thought we’d revive some older episodes of The Home Hour for those who have started listening more recently. 

One of my favorite things about Meagan’s podcast is hearing the speaking voices of bloggers and writers whom I’ve followed online for a while. It’s so fun to listen to their conversations about blogging, writing, motherhood, and all the rest. If you’re curious to hear interviews with Tsh, Kelle, Rebecca, and more, scroll on down to the end of this post and I’ll link to all the blogger interview shows in one big list.

But first, we thought we’d highlight a few episodes you might have missed that might just introduce you to some new people: experts, authors, entrepreneurs, and more! Here are three of my favorites (click the episode title to read the show notes, or click the play button after the episode description to start listening right away!):

Living with Spice with Monica Bhide (Episode 25)

Monica is a cookbook author and food writer and I found her perspective on food, family, culture, and parenting all fascinating. (And no, I didn’t pick this one because it features one of my co-host segments with Meagan where we talk about kids’ birthday parties. Promise.)

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Supermarket Mastery & Steno Pad Recipes with Kyran Pitman (Episode 19)

I’m a big fan of Kyran’s writing, but this interview goes way beyond author-talk and ends up somehow in a lively discussion of awful 1970’s casserole dishes, food heritage, and Spam. Just listen to it.

(Also, this episode marks the official transition from the old name – The Kitchen Hour – to the current one. The clip below and the show notes explain the back story if you’re interested!)

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Creating a Happier Home with Gretchen Rubin (Episode 3)

One of the first interviews Meagan did for the podcast was with bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Happier At Home, Gretchen Rubin. If you’re a fan of Gretchen and her books, you’ll love listening to this fun, informal chat.

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Remember, if the whole podcast thing is new to you, Meagan wrote a post about how to find, organize, and listen to podcasts. And if you like The Home Hour, we’d love for you to subscribe!

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And finally, as promised, here’s a quick list of links to episodes featuring some of your favorite writers and bloggers online:

Kelle Hampton // Enjoying the Small Things
Denise Schipani // Mean Moms Rule
Gretchen Rubin // The Happiness Project
Amy Suardi // Frugal Mama
Tsh Oxenreider // The Art of Simple
Amy Clark // MomAdvice.com
Christine Koh & Asha Dornfest // Minimalist Parenting
Danielle Smith // Extraordinary Mommy
Rebecca Woolf // Girl’s Gone Child
Rachel Macy Stafford // Hands Free Mama
Stephanie Precourt // Adventures in Babywearing
Kyran Pittman // Planting Dandelions
Jennifer Fink // Building Boys
Jenny Rosenstrach // Dinner, A Love Story
Whitney Moss & Heather Flett // Rookie Moms
Heather Greenwood Davis // Globetrotting Mama
Kelly Whalen // The Centsible Life 

 Thanks for listening!

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