Living With Intention In 2015 With Karen Walrond: The Home Hour Episode 47

Karen Walrond, Chookooloonks, living with intention

It’s a new year, and that means many of us are thinking about how to make big or small changes to improve our lives. If you’re looking for inspiration, you’re going to want to listen to my conversation with Karen Walrond: photographer, author, speaker, and the voice behind the well-known blog Chookooloonks. Today we’re talking about living with intention in 2015: what that really means, how to determine what you’re really meant to be doing, and how to know when you’re on the right path.

Listen now, or scroll down for links to hear more from Karen!

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Be sure to check back next week for a new episode, recorded from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas! We’ll be talking about using household technology to create simpler, more connected family lives. And just a note that I’ll be transitioning to publishing podcasts on Wednesdays, rather than Thursdays.

As we kick off 2015, 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 loved this podcast! It gave me a lot to think about. I had a long way to drive last weekend (by myself in the car!) so I listened to it 2x just to let it sink in. Thanks!

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