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Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

On this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, Jamie Martin from Simple Homeschool is here to chat about being an introverted mom.

I’m an extrovert, so we’re comparing what fills us up, what depletes us, and how we can find more calm, less guilt, and quiet joy in mothering– which I think is what we all long for, no matter our personality type.

Jamie Martin

Of course, we also talk books! Some of our favorite authors were introverts (Lucy Maud Montgomery, anyone?), and Jamie and I can’t help but talk about our favorite books whenever we get together.

In this episode, you’ll hear…
  • How to find more calm and less guilt as a mama (yes please, right?)
  • The unique challenges that introvert and extrovert moms both face
  • Wisdom from some of your favorite authors (if your favorite authors happened to write books like Anne of Green Gables and Little Women, that is)

I also answer a listener question about choosing books for very sensitive kids.

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  • 1:18   Family Book Clubs, drawing workshops and more
  • 3:03   Books for sensitive kids
  • 7:37 Introverted and extroverted motherhood 
  • 9:12 The personality spectrum 
  • 11:39 Where we need TLC 
  • 14:28 Specific challenges for introverts and extroverts
  • 15:23 Self-care versus self-improvement
  • 16:57 A change for the better
  • 20:17 Introverted authors
  • 26:21 Little House adventures
  • 28:40 Pre-ordering and bonuses
  • 31:47  Sarah’s favorite chapters
  • 33:57 ‘Books have been my counselors’
  • 35:52 Let the Kids Speak
Links from this episode: Read-Aloud Revival Premium opens soon! Quotes to remember:

“This can change the way we interact with people, because it gives us a little more empathy. It helps us understand about others: this is the way you are made.” – Sarah Mackenzie

“When I get what I need, then I’m able to offer my best to my family. They get what they need, and then it all works.” – Jamie Martin

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