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We are taking a short break! See you in August!
Natalie has the opportunity to chat with her mom, Pam Alexander, about the wonderful benefits of actually allowing our kids to be bored as a means of discovering creativity and learning through play. ... Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.f
Natalie shares her heart and perspective on embracing an ordinary life and fostering this mentality in our homes and parenting. In this episode: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/31/opinion/average-child.html ... Check out ourhttps://my.ca
A continuation of last weeks conversation about parenting and striking the balance of exposing our kids to the world and protecting their innocence. If you haven't listened to Part 1 (episode 50) listen to that one first. ... Check out ourh
Elisabeth and Natalie discuss the daunting topic of raising strong, independent kids while also protecting and allowing them to really live out their childhood. ... Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.simplicitybeckons.com ( blog!)
Natalie and Elisabeth visit about the dreaded process of grocery shopping/meal planning and identify which aspect of "simplifying" these processes is most important to them and their families in the current stage they are in. They also share so
Elisabeth shares a creative representation of walking through seasons or "valleys" of mental health struggles. Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.simplicitybeckons.com ( blog!) Connect with us onhttps://www.instagram.com/simplicity.becko
Elisabeth and Natalie talk all about favorite baby items! (check back for links) Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.simplicitybeckons.com ( blog!) Connect with us onhttps://www.instagram.com/simplicity.beckons/ ( Instagram) Connect with
Natalie and Elisabeth do a little catching up (Elisabeth has some BIG news) and discuss what it looks like to care for each other well during pregnancy and postpartum in light of the pandemic. ... Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.sim
In this weeks re-air episode Natalie and Elisabeth chat with Dana K White from "A Slob Comes Clean." Dana talks about a few of her decluttering "strategies" and how important it is to understand your own "clutter threshold" and how this effects
In this re-air episode, Elisabeth and Natalie discuss the topic of miscarriage coming from the perspective of both having personally experienced it. They discuss the uncomfortable and disconcerting journey of processing pregnancy loss from
In this re-air episode, Elisabeth chats with Tristin Gregory about her struggles with endometriosis, infertility and pregnancy loss. Tristin is very candid about navigating this difficult path and the physical and emotional toll of all of the
For this devotional re-air Natalie reminisces on some memories from her childhood and ties them into the concept of viewing all of our life lessons and stages from the perspective of "the ultimate story" and how God is the author and perfecter
In this throw-back devotional episode, Elisabeth shares some thoughts based on Galatians 6:9.   Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.simplicitybeckons.com ( blog!) Connect with us onhttps://www.instagram.com/simplicity.beckons/ ( Instag
Natalie and Elisabeth reflect on the last 20 episodes and what lessons they have learned in the process of pursuing a lifestyle of simplicity. They discuss wrestling with control and striving for ideals as well as share some practical ideas for
Elisabeth and Natalie talk about all things parenting; from newborns and strollers to bickering over water bottles... but mostly bringing them up to know Jesus. In this episode: https://www.halosleep.com/perfect-safe-sleep-products/?gclid=
Join us as we re-visit a few of our favorite episodes from our archive! Natalie and Elisabeth chat with, Gwendolyn Devine, the manager at Yobel a Fair Trade Boutique in Colorado Springs, CO. Gwendolyn sheds a little light on the important role
Natalie and Elisabeth discuss upcoming plans for the year and announce a brief break. New episodes will return on Monday May 3rd, 2021. In the mean time Simplicity Beckons will be re-sharing some of our favorites from the last year. Please be s
Elisabeth and Natalie interview wife, freelance writer, avid bread maker and military spouse, Anna Frymire. As an Air Force family Anna and her husband, Daniel, have learned about the importance of creating and investing in community as they ha
Natalie touches on life with a newborn and her own personal struggles with change and feeling overwhelmed in the midst of them. She shares the personal encouragement she found in the support of her community and leaning into the presence of God
Natalie and Elisabeth visit with mom, podcaster and author, Jeanette Tapley. Jeanette is all about finding and fostering community and loving and celebrating each other well. In this episode: https://www.amazon.com/Cook-Once-Eat-All-Week/dp
Natalie has some big news! Elisabeth and Natalie catch up! Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.simplicitybeckons.com ( blog!) Connect with us onhttps://www.instagram.com/simplicity.beckons/ ( Instagram) Connect with https://www.instagram
Elisabeth and Natalie interview author Liz Petrone about her book "The Price of Admission: Embracing a Life of Grief and Joy." Liz is all about telling your personal story as means to connect with others who have either shared in a similar expe
Elisabeth reminisces on past seasons of life and addresses the feelings of discontentment and longing for what's next. ... Check out ourhttps://my.captivate.fm/www.simplicitybeckons.com ( blog!) Connect with us onhttps://www.instagram.c
Natalie and Elisabeth chat with Breanne Rodgers creator of "Hearken." Breanne shares her heart for how parenting and an individual's pursuit of creating art do not have to be at odds and can in fact make both pursuits more impactful. She also
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