In Defense Of Homemaking

In Defense Of Homemaking

By Stephanie Seferian

Our culture's messaging angles household labor as unimportant and uninspiring. And while work within the home is largely undervalued, the sad reality is that the chores, cooking, laundry, and everything else simply must get done.  Here's something that's not often discussed: there's a quiet joy to be found in tending to the home. Today I speak with podcaster and homemaker extraordinaire Lisa Bass about the underappreciated value an excellent homemaker brings to their family.    Here's a preview: [6:00] Societal messaging around homemaking versus the importance of learning by doing [15:00] How to find the time and motivation to cook in a culture that glorifies convenience [25:00] Conducting a ruthless self-assessment of your cooking skills (and how to improve!) [30:00] The essential mindset shift re: all-things homemaking [35:00] Using "the sauce of hunger" as a tool for managing picky eaters   Resources mentioned: Episode Episode #357: Recycling The Unrecyclable Simple Farmhouse Life podcast Lisa on Instagram Join our (free!) community here. Find your tribe. Sustainable Minimalists are on Facebook, Instagram + Youtube. Email me and say hello! MamaMinimalistBoston@gmail.com.   Our Sponsors:* Thank you to LifeStraw! https://lifestraw.com/Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sustainable-minimalists/exclusive-content
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