Today, I’m over at Rhythm of the Home sharing about Simple Kids, Simple Living Media, and my sister sites. I’d love it if you popped over there to check it out. – Kara
Most parents crave easy knowledge on how to raise our kids with as much simplicity as possible. The idea of a set of websites dedicated to providing simple, easy to use information on parenting, mothering, homeschooling, eating, and living sustainably seems too good to be true, but the Simple Media Network is just that. This network of websites has countless articles, interviews and reviews to streamline the information that parents need, and make their jobs just a bit more simple. We sit down with Kara Fleck of Simple Kids for an interview about the Simple Living Media Network, and what she sees as the role they all play.
How did the Simple Living Media Network begin?
Simple Living Media is the brain child of my friend, mentor, and boss, Tsh Oxenreider. Many of you probably know Tsh as Simple Mom and the author of the book Organized Simplicity. You can read about how Simple Mom got started in 2008 here.
In 2009, Tsh added Simple Kids as a compliment to Simple Mom. In 2010 she and her husband Kyle added the blogs Simple Organic, edited by Nicole Bennett, Simple Bites, edited by Aimee Wimbush-Bourque, and Simple Homeschool, edited by Jamie Martin, forming the Simple Living Media Network. The Simple Mom podcast just launched this past May, as well, adding another dimension to the network (and something fun to listen to while folding the laundry).