Podcasting for families

Podcasting for Families

Podcasting for Families is fun and allows you to leave a lasting legacy.

Hello parents, how are you holding up with the kids at home during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Have you played all the Boards Games, solved all the puzzles, eaten all the quarantine snacks and are simply tired of making Tik Tok videos?

Podcasting for Families

If so, may I suggest you start a family podcast? Yes: this is a great time to create a family podcast which will not only bond the family but it will also leave a lasting legacy long after the Coronavirus has ended.

Take a listen to one of my recent Podcasting Your Purpose videos: “Podcasting for Parents and Kids” to get a few ideas on starting your own.

Also, if you are interested in learning more and wish to reserve a seat for a individualized 60-minute Mini Podcasting Coaching Session, it is now specially priced at $77: so send an email to [email protected] to get it booked.

Podcasting Your Purpose



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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #226…


Michelle chose Wear Purple for International Women’s Day & Your Own Twist Link Up #18 by Shelbee on the Edge. “I love the way Shelbee discusses this important topic and I adore her purple outfit.”


Tracy chose Easter Dessert Robins Egg Cheesecake Cups by Mama of Many Blessings. “This would be a fun way to brighten up any spring table. Not just for Easter. This could be a fun project for kids to make this dessert. Plus it just looks yummy!”

  Evelyn chose How to Make Your Own Mixed Media Supplies by Unique Creations by Anita. “I love to make art journals and work with mixed media but it can be expensive. I am so glad I found this post that shows less expensive ways to make some of the paints and sprays.”  

Laurie chose Volcanic Egg Dyeing by Slices of Life. “This looks like such a great Easter activity. It looks like a great science experiment to do with the kids. This is something we are going to try for sure.


Antionette chose Tip Friday: Peel Hard Boiled Eggs Hands Free And More by Marilyn’s Treats. “Because after all these years, I still have problems peeling an egg!”

  Lisa chose DIY Household Cleaners by Chas’ Crazy Creations. “These are great recipes for DIY Household Cleaners. Something we all can use doing this crisis.”     Sonni chose Making an Easter Book Bundle by Dragonfly Treasure. “The bundle turned out so well! I have some damaged books that I plan to use to try out this lovely project.”     The post with the most views was THIRST QUENCHING AWESOMENESS (BOTTLE 65 WORDS PROMPT) by Grammy’s Grid.   Thank you featured bloggers for sharing! Your posts will be pinned (slowly but surely) to the Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party Pinterest board. Please grab a special Traffic Jam Weekend featured button below to display on your blog.  
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