Christmas At Home With Meagan & Sarah: The Home Hour Episode 46

The Home Hour, podcast, Christmas
With just a week left until Christmas, things are both ramping up and winding down – depending on whom you ask. School lets out this Friday for both Sarah’s and my kids, and since neither of us is traveling for the holidays this year we’re both looking forward to low-key days at home next week.

On the other hand, I’m performing in a musical this weekend (I know! you can get the full scoop in the first few minutes of the episode), and Sarah has had visiting family on and off since before Thanksgiving, so there’s never a dull moment for either of us.

For the last podcast of 2014 Sarah and I chatted about all of the above – performing at Christmas time, our plans for the holidays, our favorite things about Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and our best tips for traveling with kids during the holidays. It was a great conversation and I hope you’ll let us keep you company as you bake or wrap or drive around this week.

Listen now, or read on for more about what you can expect from The Home Hour in 2015!

Next Thursday is Christmas Day, so there won’t be a new podcast, but the following week I’ve got an amazing show lined up for you with some inspiration for the new year that you won’t want to miss. Look for it on New Year’s Day!

As we close out 2014, I just want to thank you for listening and supporting The Home Hour. This podcast continues to be one of my favorite ways to connect and share, and I’m looking forward to another great year. If you’ve been listening for a while and haven’t left an honest review on iTunes (or wherever you prefer to listen) I would so appreciate you doing so. Listener reviews help make sure more people can search for and discover the podcast, so every one helps (plus, I truly care what you think!).

To leave a review, visit the podcast page here and click “View in iTunes,” then select the tab called “Ratings and Reviews” and choose “Write a Review.” Thanks so much!

1 Comment

  1. I’m a mom of five and grandma of 9. I enjoyed the articles but it looks like you won’t be writing more. I sent many of your articles to my daughter who has a 14, 12, 8 yr. old —- your writings are so helpful. 🙂 Is there a new website or how can I get more of your writing and advice….

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