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The Simple Show: in Love with Books, Home, & Travel

Tsh Oxenreider

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The Simple Show: in Love with Books, Home, & Travel

The Simple Show: in Love with Books, Home, & Travel

Tsh Oxenreider

3
Followers
23
Plays
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We each have a curated list of essential things that might life a delight—at the top of our list, it’s books, home, and travel. Tsh Oxenreider—writer and vagabond homebody, coffee snob and sock eschewer—loves to talk with friends about this shortlist. Join Tsh and co-hosts Stephanie Langford, Erin Loechner, and Haley Stewart as they chat the ins and outs of great books, the glory of travel, and a hygge-filled home.

Latest Episodes

The Liturgical Calendar (3/3) | 167

43 MIN2019 JUN 1
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The Liturgical Calendar (3/3) | 167

Work: Social Entrepreneur | 166

Liz Bohannon is the founder of Sseko Designs, a company that designs and sells footwear, accessories, bags, and more — but it’s not just a basic retail model. It’s a fashion brand based in Uganda, and Liz founded it as a way to generate income for high potential, talented young women in Uganda to continue on to university. And it's worked! Every woman who’s graduated from Sseko has gone on to pursue higher education and is on her way to making our world a more beautiful place. Links From This Episode: Sseko Designs Sseko Designs on Instagram Liz Bohannon on Instagram Tsh on Twitter & Instagram The Baby Catcher by Peggy Vincent Let the Great World Spin by Colum McCann Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here.

38 MIN2019 JUN 1
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Work: Social Entrepreneur | 166

The Liturgical Calendar (2/3) | 165

55 MIN2019 JUN 1
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The Liturgical Calendar (2/3) | 165

Work: A Social Media Manager | 164

A social media manager isn’t too unique a job these days, but Desiree Martinez takes a particular angle with her work: she focuses specifically on helping small businesses that might otherwise call themselves “boring,” and as a military spouse, she prioritizes hiring and helping out other military families who serve around the world. Links From This Episode: All in One Social Media Desiree Martinez on Instagram and YouTube Marketing for Your Boring Business Podcast Tsh on Twitter & Instagram The Fun Formula by Joel Comm Vlog Like a Boss by Amy Schmittauer You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here.

25 MIN2019 JUN 1
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Work: A Social Media Manager | 164

The Liturgical Calendar (1/3) | 163

49 MIN2019 JUN 1
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The Liturgical Calendar (1/3) | 163

Work: A Pilates Instructor | 162

As a Pilates instructor, Robin Long is also CEO and founder of The Balanced Life, an online place where you can take Pilates classes from home. She's also got a Sisterhood, a group for women in all stages of life who want easy access to community, accountability, and realistic health inspiration via the popular world of Pilates. She's an accidental entrepreneur who loves what she does... and she's also mom to 4 kids under age 5, so she knows what it's like to be short on time. But, she loves what she does and wouldn't change a thing. Links From This Episode: The Balanced Life The Balanced Life on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube Tsh on Twitter & Instagram Take our survey — last day is tomorrow! Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here

32 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Work: A Pilates Instructor | 162

Work: A City Commissioner | 161

38 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Work: A City Commissioner | 161

Work: A Rum Distiller | 160

33 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Work: A Rum Distiller | 160

Work: An Indie Bookshop Owner |159

Almost a year ago now I chatted with Annie Jones, an independent bookshop owner — she owns The Bookshelf, in right in the heart of beautiful Thomasville, Georgia. In our chat, Annie shares what it was like to start off as a bookshop owner with zero business background, and the things she had to learn on the sales floor about things like managing a team, and deciding what her community liked — and didn’t like — to read. At the end of the day, Annie's focus is about how to keep the lights on doing something that she confesses is more work than she ever imagined, but wouldn’t trade for the world. I know you’ll love her. Links From This Episode:

34 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Work: An Indie Bookshop Owner |159

Work: A Start-Up Community Leader | 158

What’s a Start-Up Community Leader? Callie Murray works as the community manager for a group in Atlanta called Plywood People, a non-profit that supports social enterprises. Basically, they’re able to provide other social entrepreneurs, creatives and non-profit leaders with support and community as they launch and sustain. It’s sorta like a start-up to support start-ups with a social focus. And Callie has personal experience starting her own social enterprise business, so she’s totally the right person to support these small business and nonprofit owners and help build their community. Links From This Episode:

30 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Work: A Start-Up Community Leader | 158

Latest Episodes

The Liturgical Calendar (3/3) | 167

43 MIN2019 JUN 1
Comments
The Liturgical Calendar (3/3) | 167

Work: Social Entrepreneur | 166

Liz Bohannon is the founder of Sseko Designs, a company that designs and sells footwear, accessories, bags, and more — but it’s not just a basic retail model. It’s a fashion brand based in Uganda, and Liz founded it as a way to generate income for high potential, talented young women in Uganda to continue on to university. And it's worked! Every woman who’s graduated from Sseko has gone on to pursue higher education and is on her way to making our world a more beautiful place. Links From This Episode: Sseko Designs Sseko Designs on Instagram Liz Bohannon on Instagram Tsh on Twitter & Instagram The Baby Catcher by Peggy Vincent Let the Great World Spin by Colum McCann Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here.

38 MIN2019 JUN 1
Comments
Work: Social Entrepreneur | 166

The Liturgical Calendar (2/3) | 165

55 MIN2019 JUN 1
Comments
The Liturgical Calendar (2/3) | 165

Work: A Social Media Manager | 164

A social media manager isn’t too unique a job these days, but Desiree Martinez takes a particular angle with her work: she focuses specifically on helping small businesses that might otherwise call themselves “boring,” and as a military spouse, she prioritizes hiring and helping out other military families who serve around the world. Links From This Episode: All in One Social Media Desiree Martinez on Instagram and YouTube Marketing for Your Boring Business Podcast Tsh on Twitter & Instagram The Fun Formula by Joel Comm Vlog Like a Boss by Amy Schmittauer You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here.

25 MIN2019 JUN 1
Comments
Work: A Social Media Manager | 164

The Liturgical Calendar (1/3) | 163

49 MIN2019 JUN 1
Comments
The Liturgical Calendar (1/3) | 163

Work: A Pilates Instructor | 162

As a Pilates instructor, Robin Long is also CEO and founder of The Balanced Life, an online place where you can take Pilates classes from home. She's also got a Sisterhood, a group for women in all stages of life who want easy access to community, accountability, and realistic health inspiration via the popular world of Pilates. She's an accidental entrepreneur who loves what she does... and she's also mom to 4 kids under age 5, so she knows what it's like to be short on time. But, she loves what she does and wouldn't change a thing. Links From This Episode: The Balanced Life The Balanced Life on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube Tsh on Twitter & Instagram Take our survey — last day is tomorrow! Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here

32 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Work: A Pilates Instructor | 162

Work: A City Commissioner | 161

38 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Work: A City Commissioner | 161

Work: A Rum Distiller | 160

33 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Work: A Rum Distiller | 160

Work: An Indie Bookshop Owner |159

Almost a year ago now I chatted with Annie Jones, an independent bookshop owner — she owns The Bookshelf, in right in the heart of beautiful Thomasville, Georgia. In our chat, Annie shares what it was like to start off as a bookshop owner with zero business background, and the things she had to learn on the sales floor about things like managing a team, and deciding what her community liked — and didn’t like — to read. At the end of the day, Annie's focus is about how to keep the lights on doing something that she confesses is more work than she ever imagined, but wouldn’t trade for the world. I know you’ll love her. Links From This Episode:

34 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Work: An Indie Bookshop Owner |159

Work: A Start-Up Community Leader | 158

What’s a Start-Up Community Leader? Callie Murray works as the community manager for a group in Atlanta called Plywood People, a non-profit that supports social enterprises. Basically, they’re able to provide other social entrepreneurs, creatives and non-profit leaders with support and community as they launch and sustain. It’s sorta like a start-up to support start-ups with a social focus. And Callie has personal experience starting her own social enterprise business, so she’s totally the right person to support these small business and nonprofit owners and help build their community. Links From This Episode:

30 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Work: A Start-Up Community Leader | 158
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