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Cultivating Home Series Podcast

045 // Cultivating Home – Rebekah Crosby, Lindsey Cornett, & Lynne Patti

This episode dives into October’s topic—Cultivating Home—with conversations about what the most important things are in creating a home space that reflects your family values. On the first half of the show, host Emily Sue Allen talks with Lindsey Cornett and Lynne Patti about finding purpose in cultivating home for our families, as well as some practical tips about how to accomplish home tasks with little ones in the mix. The second half of the show features current Writer in Residence Rebekah Crosby, mama of two girls, and co-creator (along with Lindsey Cornett) of The Drafting Desk newsletter

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Each season, we select a small group of writers to be part of our work behind-the-scenes and to help shape the content of the upcoming series topics. This allows us to partner with writers who have a particular perspective or experience related to the topics we explore as a community to best serve our readers and listeners. It also gives us an opportunity to introduce our readers and listeners to the meaningful projects our Writers in Residence pour their hearts into.

Writers in Residence demonstrate high-quality writing, a distinct vision for capturing a unique and hopeful angle on motherhood challenges and experiences, and champion the core values of Kindred Mom. Writers in Residence are thoughtfully selected after an application and interview process. If you’re interested in more information about this opportunity, visit our website for a PDF that outlines the benefits and expectations of writers who serve our community in this role. The form to apply for this role is also on the website at the link above.

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About Podcast Host Emily Sue Allen – 

Emily Sue Allen is the founder of Kindred Mom, and she hosts/produces the Kindred Mom podcast. Emily is also a member of several communities for writers (including Hope*Writers and Rise Up Writers, among others) and she is a regular devotional writer for Joyful Life Magazine. Soul care for moms and helping women find joy in the midst of their motherhood journey are among her greatest passions. Emily is a contemplative, creative soul who celebrates the beauty of a humble, handmade life and deeply values the power of encouragement. She lives with her husband and six kids in the Pacific Northwest, and personally blogs at emilysueallen.com. Find Kindred Mom on Instagram and Facebook, and follow Emily on Instagram to see her most recent family adventures.

Guests on this episode:

Lindsey Cornett is a loud talker, iced coffee drinker, and lover of the written word who writes from the intersection of faith, family, and freedom. She’s married to Evan, and together they live in Grand Rapids, Michigan with three kiddos (four and under). Over time, she is learning to relinquish her perfectionism and embrace her life and creativity as-is. In the process, she’s become passionate about encouraging other women to embrace the freedom Jesus offers, which is rooted in the belief that we are enough just as we are. You can find more of Lindsey’s writing on her personal website, on Instagram, and over at the The Drafting Desk, a thoughtful monthly newsletter which she co-writes to inspire women toward freedom from perfectionism.

 

Lynne Patti is a stay at home, homeschooling mama of 5 vibrant children. She is an editor and contributor to the Kindred Mom blog and podcast. Kindred Mom serves as a fulfilling break for Lynne from the every day mom-tasks of Cheerio pouring and fixing “funny socks.” She enjoys singing weekly with a professional choir, Lego building, and most importantly, connecting with good friends over good food. In her adulthood, she has found that God is real, gracious and abounding in love. Lynne and her family live in Los Angeles where, after 16 years, big city living has become their jam.

 

Rebekah Crosby – Writer in Residence for Fall 2018

Rebekah Crosby is a former copy editor who decided to give her red pen a rest and do a bit of writing from the desk in her sunny kitchen instead. She shares honest stories of mothering daughters, making peace with imperfection, and embracing grace on her blog, Write the Rough Draft, and is co-creator of The Drafting Desk, a monthly newsletter offering soulful encouragement for fellow recovering perfectionists. Rebekah’s hobbies change on a weekly basis but have most recently included photography, cross-stitch, knitting, and raising monarch butterflies. She lives in Central Florida with her husband and two little girls.

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Links to stuff mentioned in this episode: 

Feathers Plucked for a Nest – by Ann Voskamp

The Nesting Place  (affiliate link) – a book by Myquillyn Smith 

Completing the Cycle – by Anne Bogel/Modern Mrs. Darcy

Comments on how much time we spend managing stuff – Tsh Oxenrider

Kids Live Here – by Rebekah Crosby

The Lazy Genius Podcast – Kendra Adachi

Featured image by Hill Smiley Photography

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Special thanks to Michael Patti for the original music featured on the Kindred Mom Podcast.

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