Best Tshoxenreider podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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In Part 1, we kicked off the series with a broad brushstroke intro to the liturgical calendar, along with a quick back-story of our faith and where we are now. In Part 2, we got into Lent, Eastertide, Ordinary Time, and a few other things. For this final part, we’re covering Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Candlemas, and a few Saints days (like St ...…
 
Liz Bohannon is the founder of Sseko Designs, a company that designs and sells footwear, accessories, bags, and more — but it’s not just a basic retail model. It’s a fashion brand based in Uganda, and Liz founded it as a way to generate income for high potential, talented young women in Uganda to continue on to university. And it's worked! Ever ...…
 
In this Part 2 of our series on the liturgical calendar, we get into the specifics of the calendar that don’t involve Advent, Christmas, or Epiphany (because we’re going to get into those in Part 3). In this one, we’re diving into Lent, Eastertide, Ordinary Time, and a few other things. (In Part 1, we kicked off the series with a broad brushstr ...…
 
A social media manager isn’t too unique a job these days, but Desiree Martinez takes a particular angle with her work: she focuses specifically on helping small businesses that might otherwise call themselves “boring,” and as a military spouse, she prioritizes hiring and helping out other military families who serve around the world. Links From ...…
 
If there’s one topic I’ve been asked more about this year, it’s for us to do a big ol’ 101 on what the heck is the liturgical calendar, and how Haley and I recognize it in our lives. Some of you know that a few years ago I was confirmed in the Anglican church after more than 3 decades in a purely evangelical, non-denominational framework, and H ...…
 
As a Pilates instructor, Robin Long is also CEO and founder of The Balanced Life, an online place where you can take Pilates classes from home. She's also got a Sisterhood, a group for women in all stages of life who want easy access to community, accountability, and realistic health inspiration via the popular world of Pilates. She's an accide ...…
 
Awhile back I talked to Sarah Stewart Holland, so in case you missed it the first time, you're in for a treat... You might know her as one half of the podcast Pantsuit Politics, but I wanted to talk to her about another gig she does: Sarah is a city commissioner of her small Kentucky town, Paducah, where she spends a lot of her workday making d ...…
 
Karen Hoskin is a rum distiller: that’s pretty cool, right? But here's what’s especially interesting about Karen: She’s a woman in a field where's simply not a lot of women, she had no experience making rum (or any sort of liquor, really) when she began, and... a rum distiller in Colorado? That’s an unusual place for making rum. But Karen’s nev ...…
 
Almost a year ago now I chatted with Annie Jones, an independent bookshop owner — she owns The Bookshelf, in right in the heart of beautiful Thomasville, Georgia. In our chat, Annie shares what it was like to start off as a bookshop owner with zero business background, and the things she had to learn on the sales floor about things like managin ...…
 
What’s a Start-Up Community Leader? Callie Murray works as the community manager for a group in Atlanta called Plywood People, a non-profit that supports social enterprises. Basically, they’re able to provide other social entrepreneurs, creatives and non-profit leaders with support and community as they launch and sustain. It’s sorta like a sta ...…
 
Jenni Burke is an unassuming literary agent, because she’s one of the nicest people in the world to talk to, but the woman can get things DONE when it comes to contracts, business negotiations, and representing her authors well. I love her approach and philosophy of slow publishing, authors living well so they don’t burn out, and writing from a ...…
 
What does Amy Hannon mean by “hospitality cheerleader”? You’ll probably be able to tell by the sound of her voice, honestly, but broken down, this means she owns a kitchen boutique shop called Euna Mae’s in northwest Arkansas. She’s also written a cookbook called Love Welcome Serve, and she absolutely loves being around people. It’s the thing s ...…
 
A simple house habit we can all do today, good flowers on the cheap, a great new book, and wisdom beyond their years from young friends? My friend Myquillyn Smith says these little things are making everything better in her life right now. Notes From This Episode: Myquillyn on Instagram Tsh on Instagram and Twitter Pre-order Myquillyn’s fantast ...…
 
What’s an osteopath, right? I wondered the same thing before talking with Avni Trivedi — I’d heard of the term, I just wasn’t sure… Basically, picture a calm woman with a soothing voice in the heart of London, who invests in the health of other women, mind, body, and soul. That's Avni. She says her approach brings together East and West, bridgi ...…
 
I'm wrapping up my series with Kendra on kitchen basics, and in this one, we're talking about essential tools. There's tons of links for you here, so let's get right to it. Notes From This Episode: Get yourself The Meal Plan! Ep. 149: Kitchen Basics (1/3) Ep. 151: Kitchen Basics (2/3) Kendra’s blog + podcast, The Lazy Genius Collective Kendra o ...…
 
Allison Marchetti and Rebekah O’Dell are in business together, AND they’re good friends. They’ve taught middle and high school students at all levels, in both public and independent schools, and from inclusion to AP and IB classes. Now, they travel the country to work with teachers and students to provide inspiration, helping educators do the h ...…
 
Continuing our deep-dive with co-host Kendra, right now we’re talking about kitchen basics. In part 1 (episode 149), we talked about mindset. In this one, we’re talking all about... the basics. Specifically, the classic go-to skills or recipes that we find useful. As I've mentioned, Kendra knows her way around a kitchen and loves being there. B ...…
 
You might know Jessica Turner from her online work, running the successful website The Mom Creative, as well as writing a few books and teaching a course — but by day, she works full-time outside the home. She loves working for Vanderbilt as an online strategist and content curator, and says it’s a great place to work. She loves sharing with th ...…
 
We thought we’d welcome the fall with getting back to the basics — in this case, in the kitchen. Kendra knows her way around a kitchen and loves being there. But she also loves helping us keep things really simple, so we don’t lose our minds when it comes to just feeding ourselves and our family. She’s got a knack for cooking basics, kitchen se ...…
 
Toni Wallace is an attorney running for judge in her county in the upcoming elections — Election Day is November 6, 2018, so at the time of this episode, that’s just a few months away. She’s running for judge in Fort Bend County, Texas, but also identifies as, in her words, a small business owner, a wife, mom of three, lawyer, believer, Cheer M ...…
 
A few weeks ago, Brooke McAlary asked me to share the mic with her at Book People, a local bookstore here in Austin. She was in town for a book tour for her book, Slow, and she asked if I’d join her on stage to talk about slow living: what it might mean; what it does and doesn’t look like. So, here’s our live chat from just a few weeks ago, whe ...…
 
What’s a “diversity champion,” right? Well, Michelle Glauser started a community organization called Techtonica, out of a passion for seeing more diversity in the tech industry — it’s a 6-month tech apprenticeship program that partners with tech companies to provide free tech training, living stipends, and job placement to women in need. They s ...…
 
A few weeks ago, I talked with Bethany Rydmark; she’s the one who started the PDX Food Swap in Portland. After we chatted, I also asked her about what’s saving her life right now. This is a thing we do here on the pod every now and then; this idea is taken from Barbara Brown Taylor, a writer who, in her book, An Altar in the World, she talks ab ...…
 
It’s the start of a new school year for most of us right now, so I figured: what better way to celebrate the amazing work our kids’ teachers do than share a conversation I’ve had with one? Rissie Lundberg is a math teacher at an all-girls high school, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and she’s part of a mathematics department made up entirely of women ...…
 
A bonus work-themed episode for the week! While we're busy getting ready for the fall season of the show around here, I thought I'd share one of my favorite earlier episodes of Women's Work, before we merged it into one lovely show here. Tanorria Askew is a personal chef and through her business, Tanorria’s Table, people can hire her for both e ...…
 
Andrea Debbink is an editor at American Girl magazine, the beloved magazine you’ve probably seen in bookstores and is read by so many girls over the years. You might have read it when you were a young girl. She creates a lot of the content their readers love, like recipes, crafts, stories, and beyond. In fact, she recently relaunched one of her ...…
 
A few weeks ago I tried a new thing in my work: I led a group of 6 other women to London, exploring a tiny scratch of the literary soil there — the footsteps of Jane Austen, CS Lewis, Dickens, Shakespeare, Chesterton, and more. It was the most gratifying and fulfilling thing I’ve done in my career in a long while. And I tried this whole beta-te ...…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to Christine Bailey, a farmer. She and her husband run The Kindred Farm — a certified organic farm — and even though they’re relatively new to farming and it’s the hardest work they’ve ever done, she says she’s loving every minute of it. She’s learning a ton about the ins and outs of this ancient work that’s always ...…
 
Awhile ago, I talked to Bethany Rydmark about her work as a landscape architect. I loved our chat about what she does, but she casually mentioned something that I really wanted to know more about: She started the PDX Food Swap in Portland, Oregon. What's a food swap? Well, listen in and you'll see — and maybe you'll be inspired to start one of ...…
 
We’re wrapping up our summer series with Kendra, who’s here with me in London as I type this! Before we left, we chatted about what’s saving our life right now. Links from this episode: Kendra’s blog + podcast, The Lazy Genius Collective Kendra on Instagram Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter #LiteraryLondon and #TravelsWithTsh! Especially check ...…
 
We're keeping on with our summer series, What's Saving My Life. Up this time: it's Erin! Links From This Episode: Erin's blog, Design for Mankind Erin on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter Hackwith V One-Piece Swimsuit Galettes (here's an example) Erin's planner! Magnolia candles Lotta from Stockholm Low Wood Clogs My rekin ...…
 
Continuing our summer series, What’s Saving My Life, this time it's Haley's turn! Girlfriend is due with baby #4 in about two weeks, and is also dealing the delightful 100+ degree days of central Texas. Grace and peace to her. Links From This Episode: Haleys blog, Carrots for Michaelmas Haley on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and T ...…
 
Because we're taking some time off from work this summer, we thought it'd be fun to give you a low-key, easy series for July: What's Saving My Life. This is always a fan favorite, where I talk with each of my co-hosts about the little things that are making our lives just a bit happier and brighter right now. First up? Stephanie, who's currentl ...…
 
Before we get going on our next deep-dive series (starting next week), I thought it'd be fun to give you a little sneak peek at what I'm doing behind the scenes right now in Patreon. It's called The WRLD at Home — where WRLD stands for Watch, Reed, Listen, and Do. I'm having a ton of fun creating this side project, so here's a preview behind th ...…
 
We’re wrapping up this series on making the most of our summer — even as adults — by me tapping into Kendra’s wheelhouse this time. In the last episode, I helped her prep for a family road trip. In this one? She’s helping me think through a dinner party. Because our house is still fixer-upper mode, but I don’t want that to stop us from having f ...…
 
Keeping on in our series on making the most of our summer — beyond just making them fun for kids — for the next two episodes, Kendra and I each tap into our wheelhouses and help each other. First up... I'm helping Kendra prep for her family's summer vacation. She admits they don't travel much, and well — we do quite a bit. So in this chat, you' ...…
 
Continuing our series on grown-upping the summer, this time Kendra and I talk about work. Because sure, it’s summer, but also, we’re adults with jobs and stuff. As self-employed types, we talk about how we get work done with kids in the house — hers are a bit younger, so she shares juggling toddlers and young school-age kiddos, while my oldest ...…
 
Summertime isn’t just for kids or students! Kendra and I start a new series here on how we can make the most out of our own summers, even if we’ve got kids at home, or even if not much as changed in our working day-to-day. In this first installment, we talk about bucket lists… in that’s fun to have our own. Sure, we make one with the kids, but ...…
 
We’re wrapping up our series on re-learning things as an adult! Part 1 covered relationships, part 2 was physical health, part 3 was work, and for this last one? We’re tackling education. Not the educational system, nor our kids’ academics — we’re referring to our own self-education, whether it’s about the practical things we’ve come to learn a ...…
 
Continuing our series on things we’ve re-learned in our adulthoods, in this episode we're talking work. Erin and I are both self-employed, so we determine the course for most of our working rhythm — which is both a huge privilege and a responsibility. We talk about how our ideas of what it means to work well has evolved over the years, as well ...…
 
We're continuing our series on things we've re-learned in our adulthoods, where we explore a few topics we thought about (or were taught) differently when we were younger than what we believe now. In this one, we're exploring physical stuff — specifically, eating, sleeping, and moving. It's almost impossible to stay static about your philosophy ...…
 
We're starting a new series! In this one, Erin and I talk about re-learning things as an adult. We all learn things growing up, many of them subconsciously. And then we often deconstruct, then re-learn new ideas, truths, and nuances about life as we get older. It's a decent way to gain some wisdom. In part one, we're talking about relationships ...…
 
We’ve got for you a Very Special Episode of Simple Show for you here... a recent episode of Women’s Work, my other new podcast that celebrates creative women who do interesting work! From artists and entrepreneurs, to scientists, journalists, engineers, coders, and beyond… it’s your chance to hear the stories of all sorts of women who make our ...…
 
We're wrapping up our series on social self-care with the idea of legacy — but not in a writing-your-will, do-something-amazing way. Haley and I are talking about having a view on life that’s beyond your own short time on earth. This is about leaving things for the next generation, whether or not you're parents. And this is good to think about ...…
 
Yeah, it seems weird to say storytelling is part of self-care, much less social self-care — but hear us out. Haley and I talk about why infusing our lives with good stories makes us better people, and therefore, better members of society. Stories inform our moral imagination, a place to hang wisdom and complicated ideas, and teach us what colle ...…
 
Continuing our series on social self-care, this time Haley and I talk about stewardship: caring for the things we've been given. What does that look like in real life? It was commonplace for our grandparents' generation to 'use it up, wear it out, make do, or do without,' as the war slogan reminded them—it was just part of life. But we live in ...…
 
In this new series, co-host Haley Stewart and I deep-dive about self-care—but not just self-care. We're talking self-care for the greater good; the simple-but-profound idea that when we take care of ourselves, we're better members of society. We're better neighbors, friends, parents, spouses... we're just better people for the world around us. ...…
 
We're wrapping up this deep-dive on travel with Part 4: making it meaningful, both while you're on the road and when you return. Because it's all well and good to plan adventures and get excited, but what about bonding? Loving the experience? Making memories? And coming home well? Steph and I talk debriefing—landing the plane relationally and e ...…
 
Let’s keep talking about travel! In this part of our deep-dive, Stephanie and I get into the stuff you need to know about traveling internationally. Because even if it doesn’t feel like it, you can do this with your kiddos, even with just a few weeks' vacation time — it just takes planning and an open mind. Passports, visas, language barriers, ...…
 
Continuing our series on travel, in this episode (and in the one after), Stephanie and I break down the prepping that has to happen in order to make a trip happen. This is the part that keeps many people from doing more than a weekend away at the in-laws, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming. We talk about saving money beforehand, scoring the ...…
 
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