FoC 007: Seasons of Marriage with Hallie Lord

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Hallie Lord is one of the loveliest bloggers around and if you’re married chances are you’ve read her inspiring posts on marriage at one time or another. Hallie is the author of two books and at least three blogs, a wife and mom to six with one on the way, a speaker, conference creator and planner, as well as a lovely lady with style for miles.

Today we have a great chat with Hallie about a gamut of things including blogging, how she met her husband, the seasons of marriage and what we can do to keep our marriages a priority as well as take care of our spouses, her spicy ebook, and her newest project The Edel Gathering. We really think you’re going to feel like you’re having coffee with Hallie, it’s a great conversation.

In this episode we talk about Hallie’s blogs. She currently writes at hallielord.com, but previously focused on marriage at the blog Moxie Wife. Her post which sparked a lot of discussion on how to spice up your sex life with your husband is entitled 15 Ways to Spice Up Your Marriage (Without 50 Shades of Grey).

Hallie’s books Style, Sex, and Substance: 10 Catholic Women Consider the Things that Really Matter and Spice Up Your Marriage: A 28-Day Adventure are great reads, pick them up if you can!

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Also, more tickets have become available for The Edel Gathering this summer, and you can check out the website for all the good info about this wonderful conference.

You can listen to us on iTunes, and we’d love a quick rating or review. If you have an android device we’re also on Stitcher. And as always, you can find all links, show notes, upcoming guests, and listen to all episodes at Fountains of Carrots.com

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10 thoughts on “FoC 007: Seasons of Marriage with Hallie Lord”

  1. What a great podcast! I so enjoyed the tips for marriage. Wondering if you can do an interview with Amy Welborn. She would be interesting to hear.

  2. This podcast was great! I really enjoyed listening. It really helped to hear that other moms struggle with the loneliness of being a homeschooling, stay-at-home mom. One of my husband’s typical questions when he gets home is “So, did you talk to anyone today?” Drives me a little batty sometimes! 🙂

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