Are you kitchen hopeless? Don’t worry – there really is hope!
In this week’s podcast episode, I’ll be talking about some ideas and hacks you can do so that you can at least appear to be a better cook while you work toward honing your skills. It’s not about being untruthful. It’s just about how to present yourself while you’re still learning to be better in the kitchen.
The episode will close with a short reflection on making choices to put family first and the results of that. (This is also known as: What happened when I was supposed to go to a blogging conference, but things got crazy at home.)
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You can also listen to this episode through iTunes or Stitcher. (Those are both links directly to the podcast.) Another option is to subscribe to it at those locations, so look for that on whichever of those is your preference as well! You can also subscribe via email to be notified every time there is a new episode (just be sure to check “podcast posts only,” so you shouldn’t receive more than one email per week.
Click through to check out past episodes of the podcast, featuring stories on practical living, real life homeschooling, and authentic (sometimes domestically challenged) motherhood.
|Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home. Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBooks, podcasts, loves Pinterest, documents the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.|
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