HTB #004 – Blending Marriage, Blogging and Business – An Interview with Emily Jones

In this episode of the How They Blog podcast, I have the honor of sharing the wisdom of Emily Jones with you. She blogs at JonesDesignCompany.com

We talk about how she blends blogging and business, works alongside her husband and the incredibly fun thing she does to fight the dreary Seattle winter days.

She is just lovely and wise, I know you’ll love her. So, click play and join us!

HowTheyBlog.com Interviews Emily Jones

Links Mentioned in this Episode

StrengthsFinder 2.0
3. Emily’s post about “Experts”

The Blog Class

How to Listen to This Podcast

If you’re new to podcasts, think of them like little radio shows that you can listen to at your convenience. They are perfect to listen to and learn from as you workout, fold laundry, wash dishes or conquer the world.

1. Listen right here on the blog. Click through to the site and click the little play button at the beginning of this post.
2. Listen on your smartphone, iPad or iPod Touch – There are a lot of great podcasting apps. Apple has a free one in the app store, but I like one called Downcast. It allows me to search for shows, subscribe to them and even speed up the audio.
3. Subscribe to the Podcast – just click here to access the podcast in iTunes. You can also search for it on your smartphone app (like the ones listed above) and subscribe.

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  1. Super enjoyed this one, Kat! I’d love to hear more about Emily’s upcoming graphic design course–it sounded like something a lot folks (myself included) would be interested in.

  2. I love how you have your family involved in your business/blog. That is great! I am a huge family-oriented person, and if I ever get some business started, I can totally see my family being involved in many different ways. Now the gears are turning…. Thanks for another great podcast, Kat! Nice to “meet” you, Emily!

  3. You mentioned in this podcast that you’d include a link to Emily Freeman’s post re: bloggers not being experts, but I don’t see it here. I’d be interested to read it as I’m not familiar with the situation you and E.J. were discussing briefly.

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