The Simple Show with Tsh Oxenreider

Podcast ep. 22: Cubicle Life to Farm Life with Haley Stewart

When you feel like your life just isn’t jiving with your passions, what do you do? How do you know when it’s time to make a big risky change? That’s what this episode is about as I talk with Haley Stewart, who just moved across the country with her family. They left what they knew but was a less-than-ideal job and moved to live on a farm, where her husband is an intern. They’re learning to farm!

daniel and haley stewart

gwen the farm girl

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We got together for coffee a few weeks ago!

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The Simple Show with Tsh Oxenreider, ep. 22: Cubicle Life to Farm Life with Haley Stewart

Tsh Oxenreider

Tsh is the founder of this blog and just finished traveling around the world with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.

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Comments

  1. Nice job, Haley!!!

  2. I loved this one! I found a new blogger to stalk, and you completely perfectly explained Yoga with Adrienne. (I found her a few months ago and have been telling everyone I know about her channel. It’s just the perfect kind of yoga.) I was sitting here tonight, chatting and nodding along with y’all.

  3. Amy Laura says:

    I am also in love with Yoga with Adrienne. She keeps it simple! If Haley has not found the podcast, The Beginning Farmer Show, she totally needs to check it out! Or, maybe her hubby. He is a newish farmer from Iowa, so the landscape is a little different, but he is a livestock farmer with great values and a really honest and open style. He works for a church and his wife homeschools their children as well. Just thought I’d pass that on!

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