We are SUPER-excited to bring you the What She Said podcast – where Rachel from A Mother Far From Home and I discuss the A to Z of lifestyle and parenting. In our very first episode we discuss our blogs, why we blog, who we are, where we live, and all things in between finding out the gender of babies before birth, what kinds of podcasts we love, why we decided to podcast, what we’ll be podcasting about, Extreme Couponing, Young Adult Fiction, pregnancy nightmares, my extensive knowledge of the whole world of Sweet Valley High, fussy eating children, and losing one’s accent.
Rachel and I met in the the ProBlogger.com forums at the beginning of 2014, and got chatting. We soon discovered we had been both wanting to make a podcast for a long time, so decided to join (polar opposite) forces and create one together. We hope you like it! If you have any questions or comments, or topics you’d like us to tackle, leave a comment at the bottom of this post. Or you can head here and email us.
For the next few episodes, you will only find them on the blog, and in the coming months, we hope to have them fully functional in iTunes. Huzzah!
- Ricky Gervais podcasts
- StarTalk Podcast with Neil deGrasse Tyson
- The Art of Simple Podcast
- How they Blog podcast
- BBC Stitcher
- NBC Nightly News
- World News Tonight with David Muir
- MSNBC Morning Joe Podcast
- The Dave Ramsay Show
- Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn
- 4 Hour Work Week – Tim Ferriss
- Sunday Night Safran
- Jay and Silent Bob Get Old
- Osher Gunsberg
- iTunes U
- On Writing, by Stephen King
- Clutter-Free With Kids – Joshua Becker
- Say Goodbye to Survival Mode – Crystal Paine from Money Saving Mom
- The Mortal Instruments, by Cassandra Clare
- Sweet Valley High, Sweet Valley Twins, Sweet Valley University, The Wakefield Legacy (Sweet Valley Saga)
- Twilight, by Stephanie Meyer
- Moby Dick, by Herman Melville (my struggle outlined here!)
- Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn
- Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte
- The book I couldn’t remember the ending to, that I couldn’t remember in the podcast? Bedknob and Broomstick!
- Gone with the Wind, by Margaret Mitchell
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