Bonus: Happy International Podcast Day!

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The logo for International Podcast Day

Air date: September 30, 2018

Guests: Belinda & Matt Mitchell

Runtime: 34 minutes, 37 seconds

Summary: In this special bonus episodes, Jen, Belinda, and Matt collaborate on a celebration of podcasts for International Podcast Day 2018. Get ready to take some notes as they rattle off a list of highly recommended shows form all different formats and genres.

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How to Make a Difference from 7,600 Miles Away

Episode Details

A headshot of photographer Arletta Charter
Arletta Charter

Air date: September 13, 2018

Guests: Arletta Charter

Runtime: 38 minutes, 5 seconds

Summary: In the first episode of Season 2, Jen is joined by Arletta Charter, a Hungarian national living on Martha’s Vineyard by way of Serbia, who takes some of the most stunning pictures you’ve ever seen. Arletta tells Jen all about a project she is working on with Photographers without Borders in South Africa.

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Photo to Table, Arletta’s photography business website
Arletta’s Photogarpher’s Without Borders donation page
Arletta on Instagram

What I Made This Week:

From the transcript:And now I’d like to tell you about something I made this week. Knitters face a bit of a slump every summer as the warm weather discourages hands from working with heavy materials like wool. But for those of us who have big projects that need to be completed before the end-of-year holidays, there isn’t much of a choice. During the show’s hiatus, I started and finished so many different projects, but the one I am most proud and excited about is my daughter’s Christmas stocking. I love the pattern that I picked out and am looking forward to having 4 finished stockings hung on the mantle. I hope to get my son’s finished for this year and then my husband and I will have our own the following year. Unique, handmade touches like these are the cornerstones of some of my favorite family tradition.Continue reading “How to Make a Difference from 7,600 Miles Away”