A Little Morning Basket Podcast

06_YMB-PinPam at Ed Snapshots invited me to join her for one of her podcasts – chatting about our Morning Basket!  It was so much fun (although – I’m a total newbie to this podcast thing!), and chatting with Pam was like chatting with an old friend!

Take a listen and let me know what you think!

YMB #6 – Jennifer Mackintosh: A Considered Booklist

This link will take you directly to my post, A Considered Booklist, which Pam refers to in the podcast.

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  1. I’ve been waiting for this episode of the podcast ever since I knew you would be on it! Your morning basket posts have been so inspiring to me so I can’t wait to listen later today!

  2. Fantastic podcast! I, too, have been anxiously waiting for this episode since I knew that you would be on. I have wondered if you’d ever host your own podcast…???

    1. Thanks so much, Janna! I really enjoyed doing that!

      I honestly never thought of hosting my own podcast! I guess I didn’t think I was that interesting! LOL! And I wouldn’t know how to do it technically-speaking. AND…there are already so many others doing podcasts – Sarah/Amongst Lovely Things; Pam/Ed Snapshots; Circe – I just can’t imagine I could add anything different. I guess I’m open to it, but only if there were interest. 🙂 Thanks for the idea though! I’ll pray about it! 🙂

      1. I’m not sure there is a “Catholic homeschooling mama” podcast out there. That is certainly a spot that needs to be filled. Prayer, liturgical year, beauty, mom self-care, books to read. And you have friends who know the technical side and are happy to answer questions. 😉 (That said, podcasts can be extremely time-consuming. I have a team of two others besides me who help produce my two.)

  3. Jen, I enjoyed your podcast. I’ve followed your blog for years and it has in large part encouraged me to home school my three children {a 5th grade daughter and PreK twin boys} beginning before this year-end. In the podcast, you mentioned living book authors who are now your literary “friends” and I was wondering if it would be possible to summarize an author list? I’ve referenced your book lists but it’s challenging to copy titles/authors and search Amazon but if there was an author list it would be helpful to search additional titles that might fit into the considered list I’m compiling to meet the interests of my children. I agree with your podcast commentary about the confusion of what defines a living book so that’s why perhaps an author list might prove helpful for many.

  4. I couldn’t wait for your podcast and it was wonderful! I, too, thought you did such a great job describing what a living book is. 🙂 As far as one of the previous commenters suggestions of you doing a podcast, I think another Charlotte Mason podcast would be wonderful. You’ve done CM Teaching Tuesdays here on your blog and I think something like that would make a great podcast. Just a thought…. 😉

  5. Jen, I haven’t had a chance to say how much I enjoyed and appreciated this podcast. I had never visited Pam’s site before and am fairly new at podcasts outside of Circe. I do hope there will be more from you in the future. I would especially like to hear one on time management. I find that I am just coming to understand that it is essential and that I tend to take on more than my day allows. I’ve been juggling 5, 10 and under including a newborn, and this is an area I need to work on. Thank you as always. Blessings, Anastasia

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