Episode 46: Wave Goodbye to Mom Guilt!

In this episode, we’ll talk about the pressure we face as mamas and how not to give into guilt, share fun summer highlights, and hear how new window sill paint can be a great source of joy (really!).

The Four Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss

Letter to Working Mothers: Stop Feeling So Guilty by Margie Warrell

Top 7 Mommy Guilt Trips and How to Handle Them by Evonne Lack

Why All of This Mom Guilt? By Jennifer S. White (article originally from Huffington Post but link now appears to be broken!)

Episode 44: The ABCs for Mamas, Part 2

In this episode, we’ll keep talking about how to easily remember to pray for our kids throughout the day, hear an incredible schedule tip from Joy’s mama, and hear why it may be wise to quit something on a Thursday.

Episode 42: Go Outside: O Canada Edition

In this episode, we’ll chat about all things Canadian, including my recent camping adventure with my cousins, and you’ll find out my favorite Canadian treats, including the random (but delicious) dill pickle chips.


The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss

5 Things That Make Canada a Very Different Place to Work Than the U.S.

Blue Zones: Lessons For Living Longer From the People Who Have Lived the Longest by Dan Buettner


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Episode 41: Go Outside: The Case for Saturday Adventures

In this episode, we’ll dive deeper into what it looks like to go on Saturday adventures as a family, and how to go about planning them hear a million reasons why we all thrive outside including a surprising benefit to our sleep, and you’ll hear my friend’s genius idea for a birthday party gift.

Episode 34: The Art of Homemaking: Come Together

In this episode, we’ll hear the story of how one family solved the problem of feeling disconnected by intentionally coming together around the dinner table, learn why it might be fun to broaden your meal ideas (think global!), and you’ll hear how a simple adjustment in how we do Friday nights saved a ton of time and eliminated the *ahem* bickering!

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Episode 32: The Art of Homemaking: Joy in the Afternoon

In this episode, we’ll reflect on what it takes to have joy in the afternoon, examine the challenge of overscheduling our kids, and you’ll hear why a dance party or a whiff of peppermint might be just what you need to beat that pesky mid-afternoon slump.

Episode 31: The Art of Homemaking: Morning Delights

In this episode, we’ll make a case for watching the sunrise, consider tweaking our morning routines to encourage more peace, and you’ll hear why I feel transported back to Switzerland when I use a particular item each day (spoiler alert: it’s soft and cozy).

At Home with Madame Chic by Jennifer L. Scott

The Lazy Genius podcast with Kendra Adachi


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Episode 30: The Art of Homemaking: Summertime Prep

In this episode, we’ll discover a new way to look at the approaching summertime, find out why we should shake off a certain attitude, and we’ll celebrate the spring color blossoming around us!

18 Summers commercial

At Home with Madame Chic by Jennifer L. Scott

Gretchen Rubin quote

Navigator's Council Journal (on sale now!)


Eleanor Roosevelt, full quote: “This has been one of my bad habits all my life, even where my children were concerned. Instead of enjoying them, most of the time I was disciplining them or worrying about their health or trying to give them pleasures that their father’s illness prevented them from enjoying with him. I was never really carefree. It is a pity that we can not have the experience that comes with age in our younger days, when we really need it. We certainly would enjoy life more and I am sure that somehow the responsibilities would all be taken care of quite as well."


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Episode 28: The Value of Homemaking

In this episode, we’ll discuss the value of our jobs as homemakers, gain a new appreciation for dirt, and learn why we should have an onion on hand in case of unexpected company.

At Home with Madame Chic by Jennifer L. Scott


If you have a sweet story to share about homemaking (maybe from your grandma or your mama, etc) please email me at: hannah@sundayafternoonmama.com. I’d love to feature your story in this series on homemaking!