Click here to listen to our latest podcast- Catching up for 2015!
We try to get back on track this week and collect our thoughts for 2015 podcasting. Natalie and Jeremy discuss thoughts about holiday bargains, the 2014 Christmas wrap up, and lots and lots of craft ideas!
Snowmen, winter and snow days off from school also feature prominently in our chat leading up to Valentine’s Day 2015. Listen in for all the details.
Click here to listen to our latest podcast- Christmas Eve 2014!
We close out our Countdown to Christmas 2014 with our last podcast of the year. Natalie and Jeremy recap the year in review. Listen in for discussion on the Festival of Trees, big life events, special Christmas happenings, and more. We also touch on the message given this year from Cardinal Wuerl of the Washington archdiocese. Merry Christmas to all of you and may the blessings of the season be with you throughout the year!
Podcast #64- 104 Days to Go!
Click here to listen to the newest podcast- Time to Start Again!
Natalie and Jeremy are getting back to work. After a long nearly 6 month break, it is time to refocus our Christmas spirit. We are excited to get back to sharing all the joys of the season. Today we took to the mobile studio and recorded while on the go (forgive the poor recording quality- a little studio trouble). We discuss our lack of Christmas in recent months and our renewed energy for the Christmas spirit. We talk about elves and trees and make the announcements about our tree themes for the 2014 Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees. Give it a listen and let us know what you think about our tree ideas. Looking forward to getting back to our 2014 structure of KNOW, PLAN, and DO in the coming week. Merry Christmas everyone!!
Podcast #63- 275 Days to Go! Click here to listen to this week’s podcast- Teens & Spiders!
This week Natalie & Jeremy cover a strange range of Christmas topics. We start with the legend of the Christmas spider (some get rich slow ideas here). We then move to some discussion on our trees, teapots, old ladies, and a plan. We wrap up with our actual topic for the show- Teen Gift Giving. How do you shop for those 13-19 year olds in your life? What are the best gifts? Is it a mini-fridge? A book? A gift card? Heck- maybe it’s a spider!!
Podcast #62- 315 Days to Go! Click here to listen to this week’s podcast- Russian Christmas!
Listen this week as Natalie and Jeremy discuss some of the Russian stories, traditions, and characters related to Christmas. We’ve got Father Frost, a snow maiden, a snow queen, and Babushka! Which one turns to a cloud of white smoke? Guess you’ll have to listen to find out!
Podcast #61- Click here to listen to this week’s podcast- Island Christmas Call.
This week we check in with our friend Siobhan in Hawaii. Natalie gets all the details on the unique island twists on the Christmas traditions. Listen as they talk about outrigger Santa, Christmas lights on palm trees, trans-Pacific Christmas trees, and music. They also introduce an awesome concept, what I think is the best idea so far in 2014! Keep June 25th open on your calendars my friends- Mele Kalikemaka!
Special audio bonus! Listen to some more of the conversation to hear about the Wave and to find out where “Eddie would go”.
Podcast #60- Click here to listen to this week’s podcast- Wreaths and Gnomes?
Tonight Natalie and Jeremy set out to catch up on the 2014 countdown, discuss some recent events, and to review plans for our wreath a month project. We got to the wreaths eventually but listen in to see how we worked in Fitbit, OCD statistics and numbers, the Disney movie Frozen , and the Travelocity gnome. It all connects. Really. Be ready to make some wreaths with us when you finish listening!
Today the Yule Log begins our countdown to Christmas 2014. With Christmas 2013 fresh in everyone’s memory, we begin our look forward to next Christmas. We enter our next cycle of countdown ready to better the experience for all our loyal readers. We are award-winning tree designers now, so the stakes are high! We have made plans for this next year and are excited to share with all of you. There is so much exciting Christmas news and adventures to share.
To help keep you up to date we have set a regular schedule for our blog posts and podcasts. We will share a new post every Monday and Thursday as we countdown for 2014. New podcasts will be uploaded on the 12th and the 24th of each month. Stay tuned as we try to capture more Christmas spirit, attempt to start an app, plan a Christmas in July adventure, and return to the Festival of Trees. Merry Christmas to all!!
Podcast #59- Click here to listen to our most recent podcast- Merry Christmas 2013!
Happy Christmas to all from the Yule Log 365! Natalie & Jeremy wrap up 2013 with some thoughts about the year past, a visit to the Nationals Christmas Center, a new idea, and plans for a better 2014. Listen in and hear all the details, including who doesn’t like White Christmas! Hoping everyone has a day of warm hearts tomorrow and throughout the season. Merry Christmas!!
Podcast #56- Click here to listen to this week’s podcast- We’re Back (again)!
We’re back was what we said on our last podcast way back in June. We took a long summer hiatus from our Christmas sharing, but don’t think we haven’t been busy with Christmas planning, thinking, and prepping. THis week we get back in the swing of things and discuss the “fall” approach to the Christmas holiday. With just over 100 days remaining there is MUCH to share with everyone. Don’t miss the announcement about our plans for this year’s Festival of Trees!
We share what we think you should KNOW about prepping and planning ahead for all your scheduled holiday events and happenings. We discuss how best to PLAN for that Christmas budget and ways to continue to get some great finds for the holidays. We encourage everyone with a plan for what to DO to take advantage of discounted school supplies and materials now to be ready for CHristmas. Enjoy the discussion and apologies for the sound quality. Turns out having all the studio windows open didn’t work so well. Merry Christmas!