A Conversation with Jane Cheek

Jane Cheek is a mother of many talents. She is an artist and teacher by trade, a mother to three (now) and a crafty home decorator to boot. You saw her lively home in last week’s Style Story, right?

In today’s podcast episode, I sit down with Jane in her Dallas studio and discuss just she how manages it all… family, kiddos, studio time and homemaking. To my surprise, Jane has gone to some unusual ends to simplify parts of her life. At the end of our conversation, she describes a new approach to simplifying her morning routine by eliminating all color from her wardrobe. Yes, I know… sounds crazy! But I think she might be onto something. (And you know that means a lot, coming from me.)


Listen below or on your smart phone in iTunes to hear our conversation.

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