Our podcast is live! You can listen to it on a lot of different platforms linked below, but whichever you choose, it’s free and it will always be free. Each episode, Chris and I sit down with our good friend, Preston Pugmire (whom you’ve probably come to know through the blog through our white concrete countertops and other projects), and have conversations about DIY, home design and family.
There are three episodes available today.
Episode 00: The Welcome Podcast– It explains who we are, what we do and what you can expect from the podcast series. Make sure you listen to this quick 15 minute episode first, it sets the whole stage.
Episode 01: In Living Color Theory– A candid discussion about the best practices when choosing paint colors, why some colors work together and some don’t and I reveal for the first time a huge mistake I made behind the scenes.
Episode 02: Project Management > Anger Management– In this episode, we call our friends Kim and Scott Vargo from the blog Yellow Brick Home. Before you listen to this one, check up on their ridiculously good bedroom renovation. They reveal a lot of behind the scenes issues they’ve had and their biggest tip for getting through a tough renovation.
You’re probably familiar with podcasts, but if not, it’s basically a radio talk show that you can subscribe to and listen whenever you want, at your convenience. There are a few ways you can listen:
You can listen on your computer right here. On the left hand side, click the blue “View in iTunes” button. Hit subscribe underneath our photo and you’ll be able to listen to every episode for free. OR, you can listen to it on the go through your smart phone.
If you have an iPhone, click here to listen or search “Chris Loves Julia” and it will pop up. Hit Subscribe and you’ll be able to listen to all three episodes for free. The Podcast app is already on your phone! It looks like this:
If you are on an Android phone, you have two free app options: Stitcher Radio or Google Play. Download the app, and search “Chris Loves Julia” and hit subscribe. Listen away.
We record these each week in Preston’s studio and it is f-u-n. We have a killer line-up of guests that will blow you away and topics we can’t wait to share. We’re so excited to bring this to the DIY/Home Design community. What you can do for us is subscribe, rate and review the podcast. And if you’d like, send your own question for us to answer on air to email@example.com.
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