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Best Anne Bogel podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Anne Bogel podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read.
 
Welcome to Kindle Curiosity... a podcast for curious souls to explore the creative process. I'm Sarah Shotts, self proclaimed Renaissance Woman, and I'll be your host. My intention is to create conversations that celebrate creative spirit. Without getting bogged down in business models or engagement strategies. Where art doesn't have to be monetized to be valued. Whether you call yourself artist, gardener, maker, or crafter you are welcome here.Guests include: Laetitia Maklouf, Sas Petherick ...
 
The How to Create Podcast gives you a peek behind the scenes, inside the brains, and over the shoulders of amazing creative professionals. With a unique focus on the creative process, these revelatory interviews and minisodes reveal stories and wisdom from business building creatives that are not often talked about. If you are a creative professional who runs a business, has a side hustle, or who dreams of going from hand-made to self-made as you turn your creative brand into a thriving empi ...
 
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Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) Also, follow me over @theminimalistmomspodcast on Instagram! Share the podcast with a friend, too! ----------------------------------- This week, I bring you my conversation with author, blogger, podcast host, Anne Boge…
 
Math. …are your palms sweating yet? 😅 Yep, I know. But you’ve asked for books that will enrich and enliven math for your kids, and we took on the challenge. In today’s episode, the Read-Aloud Revival team is talking about delighting and learning math together through great read-alouds. This is what you’ll hear in this episode: why you might want to…
 
Today we listen in on Anne's recent event in Huntsville, Alabama in collaboration with Snail On the Wall and the Rocket City Moms Book Club. Shannan Malone hosts a conversation about Anne's new book, Don’t Overthink It, and Anne holds a LIVE literary matchmaking session with Erin, a reader from the event audience who loves books about the simple li…
 
This week, I bring you my conversation with Allie Casazza. Allie is the host of the top-rated podcast, The Purpose Show and the creator of online courses that have earned her international attention for her fresh, practical lifestyle strategies for moms. Known as 'The Life Minimalist', she encourages and inspires women to pursue abundant life by cr…
 
A new series focused on 'real' minimalist moms: It’s odd to refer to this series that way but I wanted to encourage the everyday mom that you don’t have to go to extremes (or have a giant platform) to influence minimalism to those around you. Today I had the opportunity to talk with minimalist mama, Krista Lockwood. Founder of Motherhood Simplified…
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) Also, follow me over @theminimalistmomspodcast on Instagram! Share the podcast with a friend, too! ----------------------------------- This week, I bring you my conversation with Sara Dean. Host of the top-rated Shamele…
 
Amy Rohn joins Anne to talk about literal literary matchmaking, the ups and downs of her life as a reader in search of real-life romance. We’re exploring what she looks for in a partner, whether they’re a reader or not, and truly baffling stories from her attempts at talking to men on dating apps about books. Plus, discussing Amy's newfound love af…
 
Every week, we promise to give you the information you need to choose your next read. Sometimes, that means information about a specific title (like the premise, interesting backstory, or a sense of the atmosphere.) But other times, the information you need is only discovered through thoughtful reflection on your reading patterns, and developing pe…
 
In today’s episode of the Read-Aloud Revival, you’ll get to know why Louisa May Alcott, the author of Little Women, was such a wonder (and indeed, she was!). And who could be a better guest for this conversation than Jan Turnquist? Jan Turnquist Jan Turnquist is Executive Director of Orchard House, the home where Louisa wrote Little Women, and Co-E…
 
You might remember way back in Ep 60, guest Mel Joulwan and I talked about her love for books with a "strong sense of place". Mel realized she loves to travel in her literary life, and in the years since we chatted on WSIRN she’s made that the priority in big, delightful ways, along with her husband Dave Humphries. Mel and Dave are joining us today…
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) Also, follow me over @theminimalistmomspodcast on Instagram! Share the podcast with a friend, too! ------------------------ This week, I bring you my conversation with author, Meredith McDaniel. Meredith is a licensed p…
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) ------------------------ This week, I bring you my conversation with Amanda Warfield. If you're looking for help with simplicity and organization, she's your girl —simplicity lover, capsule wardrobe expert, online educa…
 
It’s always fun to read through your guest applications. You fill our inbox with stories, goals, hilarity, and so much heart. One particularly memorable application didn’t come from today’s guest Anna Mittler — it came from one of her best friends, Charlotta, asking if we could make WSIRN a part of Anna’s upcoming bachelorette party. It took a full…
 
I felt my brain waking up during this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast. My guest is Alan Jacobs, Distinguished Professor of Humanities in the Honors Program at Baylor University, and author of The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction (goodness, I *love* that book). It was such a delight to have him on the show to talk about those …
 
Around here we believe that when you improve your reading life, it does good things for the rest of your life. Today’s guest Pamela Hernandez has found creative ways to pull together reading goals and fitness goals in her personal training business. Pamela loves to read about women who mirror herself and her clients–seasoned female characters who l…
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) ------------------------ In celebration of our one hundredth episode I’d bring back one of the leading experts in this community, author Courtney Carver. If you’re not familiar with Courtney, pause the episode and do a …
 
I want to introduce you to a remarkable woman. She won two Caldecott Awards, illustrated more than 100 books during her career, raised four children, and lived life with unique zest and liveliness. You may recognize her illustrations in any of the following books, including my own favorite, Miss Rumphius, and one of her Caldecott winners, The Ox-Ca…
 
The new year is here and that means another milestone is just around the corner. Anne's newest book Don't Overthink It: Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy Into Your Life comes out on March 3rd. In celebration and anticipation on today's episode Anne is sharing chapter 13 Small Shifts Toward Simple Abundance. Anne chose …
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) ------------------------ I decided to drop this episode a little earlier than normal because we only have a couple of days left in the year and I wanted to provide you with some encouragement for post-holiday declutteri…
 
January is one of the most exciting months of the year here at RAR. Why? Because it’s time for our 31-Day Read-Aloud Challenge, our most popular event of all. The FREE 31-Day Read-Aloud Challenge will nurture family relationships while helping your kids fall in love with books. https://vimeo.com/378395817 (This post is also a podcast episode. Click…
 
Today we’re revisiting a topic near and dear to our hearts here at WSIRN HQ, and a PERFECT conversation for this time of the year, when the best-of lists start rolling out and everyone is gearing up for a new calendar year of reading. Anne chatted with 14 different readers about how they track their books, and we hope their perspectives will give y…
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) ------------------------ This week, I bring you my conversation with Ayelet Marinovich. Ayelet is a pediatric speech-language pathologist, parent educator, singer and mother based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is t…
 
Today you get to hear from a guest who is very near and dear to the show, Anne's husband Will. Will has been involved with What Should I Read Next since BEFORE the beginning of the show. First he was the sounding board, then he was the trial guest, then he dropped into your feed for the first time in episode 61—and if you haven’t listened to that y…
 
Link to listener survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/minimalistmomspodcast (Thank you so much for taking the time to fill this out!) -------------------------------- This week, I bring you my interview with author Ali Wenzke. Ali and her husband moved ten times in eleven years, living in six states across the U.S. She created her popular blog, The Ar…
 
Anne chats with reader and children’s book writer Kate DiCamillo about the books that inspired her to dream up stories, the hopeful work of writing for children, and what she learns from readers about her own books. She has so much to share about the value of friendship with other people who work differently than you do, and her advice is applicabl…
 
That’s right … Kate DiCamillo is back! And what she has to say is so good, you might find yourself listening more than once. In this new episode, Kate and I chat about her newest book, Beverly, Right Here, and we also discuss why parents and teachers so often try to quantify what our kids are getting from books. We have some ideas about how we coul…
 
Hopefully you haven’t put that wrapping paper away yet… because today we’re bringing you even MORE bookish gift-giving ideas! This episode is specially geared toward the people many WSIRN listeners consider the hardest to buy for — your nonfiction readers, true crime lovers, political thriller fanatics, and doorstop history book deep-divers. Someti…
 
This week, I bring you my conversation with fellow podcaster and mindful mama, Hunter Clarke Fields. Her upcoming book, Raising Good Humans focuses on powerful and practical strategies to break free from “reactive parenting” habits in order to raise kind, cooperative, and confident kids. Today, we’ll specifically be discussing how you can incorpora…
 
Anne has a delightful & deep conversation with guest Sarah Bessey about writing personal nonfiction, and what might spur an author to write a book unlike anything they’ve written in the past. Last week, Anne talked about books can expand hearts and minds, and Sarah has so much to share with about what books have shifted her perspectives for the bet…
 
This week, I bring you my interview with Jennifer Ford Berry. Jennifer is a professional organizer, national speaker and host of The 29 Minute Mom podcast. She is passionate about teaching people how to recognize and eliminate any clutter in their life that is keeping them from living out their purpose. Today we’ll center our conversation around ho…
 
In today’s brand new episode of the Read-Aloud Revival, you’ll hear: should you let your kids read ahead of the family read-aloud? how many books can little kids keep up with at once? the simplest way to help your kids fall in love with books (and help *you* fall in love with homeschooling) I’m also sharing our winter Family Book Club picks in RAR …
 
Break out the wrapping paper, because our yearly WSIRN holiday recommendation episode is here! Listeners wrote and called in to let us know who they wanted to give the gift of reading to this Winter, and today, Anne is joined by Holland Saltsman of The Novel Neighbor in St Louis to recommend the perfect titles for your distractable teens and tweens…
 
This week, I bring you my interview with organizing expert, Christy Lingo. Christy is the author of the book, 100 Clutter-Free Gifts: And Why You Want Them. Today she is here to discuss how she cultivated the list, how we can confidently ask for these gifts during the holidays/birthdays (and deal with the pushback we may receive) and some of her fa…
 
Today’s guest is Jamie Freeman, a reader who was led to audiobooks by her favorite true crime podcasts… and has since made serious space in her life to read with her earbuds in. Anne and Jamie chat about spine-tingly crime nonfiction, historical romance, their favorite audiobook narrators, and tackle a frequently asked question: how to get into an …
 
This week, I speak with author and national speaker, Rebekah Lyons. An old soul with a contemporary, honest voice, Rebekah reveals her own battles to overcome anxiety and depression—and invites others to discover and boldly pursue their purpose. Her work has been featured on Good Morning America, CNN, Huffington Post, The Tennessean, Publisher’s We…
 
Why re-read? This is a question we get a lot at RAR, and I’m not going to beat around the bush… …I’m convinced there is a lot to gain from rereading. Today, I’m going to tell you why. If you have a child who re-reads the same book over and over, we’re going to talk about it. And if you or someone you love has recently read the same picture book to …
 
Charlie Lovett joins Anne to discuss the enduring power of not only stories but the books themselves, how books connect people of all ages, and of all times, how we can preserve literature for future generations, the joy of a book as a physical object, the art of literary forgery, marginalia, symbolism, and much much more. Anne met Charlie along wi…
 
This week, I speak with fellow podcaster and minimalist mom, Stephanie Seferian. Stephanie is host of The Sustainable Minimalists Podcast where she speaks on topics such as sustainability, minimalism, zero-waste living, decluttering, parenting + conscious consumerism. Today Stephanie will offers us some eco-friendly tips + incremental strategies fo…
 
This week's guest is Jennifer Pai, a reader with a particular soft spot for anything that could might be called spooky. Whether it’s thrilling suspense, witchy fantasy, or outright horror, she’s here for it. Anne and Jennifer chat about atmospheric reads, sleeper hits, gleefully enjoying books other people hate, and the perfect October reads to pai…
 
Poetry is beautiful, captivating and (for a lot of us) a little intimidating, right? Our goal with this episode is to show you how simple and delightful sharing poetry with your kids can be. My guest today says we can’t force poetry, but we can share it naturally… and that just might be the key to helping our kids develop a lifelong love. If you wa…
 
This week, I bring you my interview with author, Katherine Wintsch! Not only is this book a wonderful resource for mothers but for anyone that deals with self doubt. Full of implementation exercises. From self-doubt to self-love. Release the myth of perfection. Katherine has been featured on the Today Show, NY Times, Wallstreet Journal and Fast Com…
 
Jerrell Everett is serious about creating her ideal reading life. When Jerrell had kids and found herself picking up books less and less, she took action to maintain her reading life by enforcing a routine. And when she decided it was time to branch out from her comfort zone of nonfiction and introduce more novels into her rotation, she took action…
 
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