On Season 2 of The Slow Home Podcast…

Join us every Thursday morning for conversations about establishing your personal legacy, finding space for the important amongst the urgent, the healing power of nature, slow living as a new parent, creating a zero-waste classroom and more.

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Homecoming: A Hostful Poggie

Homecoming: A Hostful Poggie

"Right now, we all have the power and knowledge to change the world for the better. What are you waiting for?" Ben This whole 'do the podcast in seasons' caper is still relatively new, but one thing we did know from the beginning was that the final episode of every season would be a hostful - a relaxed episode where ... MORE
Meg Berryman on moving beyond wellness

Meg Berryman on moving beyond wellness

Image courtesy of Alina Golovachenko "What’s right about you? What’s working well? Where are you whole? What does feel good? Let’s start to amplify that rather than marketing to your pain points."Meg Berryman You know those conversations where you light up from the beginning? Where you feel like you've met a new friend and you could talk for hours? I ... MORE
Christine Liu on how to green up your workplace

Christine Liu on how to green up your workplace

"It’s so much more powerful to have a group of people working towards something, rather than just myself as an individual."Christine Liu When I was planning out this season of the podcast, I knew I wanted to spend time focusing on practical ideas - ones that we could apply in our own communities, homes and workplaces. So when I discovered ... MORE
Rebecca Sullivan on eating (truly) local and the power of simple observation

Rebecca Sullivan on eating (truly) local and the power of simple observation

Image courtesy of Nassima Rothacker from The Art of Herbs for Health "Being observant to nature and what it has to offer you teaches you so many lessons."Rebecca Sullivan Do you want to know something random? I think about today's guest - the delightful and delicious Rebecca Sullivan - every time I wear blush. In our first conversation on the ... MORE
April Hepokoski on creating a zero-waste, nature-based classroom

April Hepokoski on creating a zero-waste, nature-based classroom

"Children learn best through play and exploration in nature."April Hepokoski, Founder of The Little Barnyard Preschool and zero-waste campaigner One of the most common questions I get asked from poggie listeners is about how to raise children in a slower, more mindful way. Undoubtedly it's a difficult thing to do given how fast-paced our world is, and how much pressure ... MORE
Jojo Hogan on why the Slow Post-Partum Movement is so important

Jojo Hogan on why the Slow Post-Partum Movement is so important

"We were never meant to parent our children in isolation, but instead to have nurturing, loving support at arms reach."Jojo Hogan, Founder of the Slow Post-Partum movement The conversation you're about to listen to was recorded towards the end of 2018, and it's a conversation I have returned to many times over the past few months. It's a conversation that ... MORE
A Listener Chat with Xan Holyoak - S2 E2 of The Slow Home Podcast

A Listener Chat with Xan Holyoak

One of the (many) things I love about slow living, is that it looks different to everyone. It's not about following a set of rules or embracing a particular way of living, it's about figuring out what is important to us as individuals and gradually letting go of things that aren't that. Back in 2016 and 2017 I did a ... MORE
Jacki Carr on redefining balance (and making room for failure)

Jacki Carr on redefining balance (and making room for failure)

"My definition of balance has failure in it."Jacki Carr Welcome to season 2 of the Slow Home Podcast! This week I sit down with goals coach, co-founder of Rock Your Bliss and incredible public speaker/human, Jacki Carr. As you might remember, I did some heart/head work with Jacki last year before embarking on the Slow book tour and I loved ... MORE