Megan Tietz served as the soothing voice and spirited pen behind SortaCrunchy – blog hub for all things faith, family, and natural living from 2006-2014. She is also co-author of Spirit-Led Parenting: From Fear to Freedom in Baby’s First Year.
Megan was born to host a podcast, having that unique creative chemistry that thrives on in-depth analysis of pop culture, all things intentional living, and the next big thing you didn’t know you couldn’t live without.
Megan and her husband Kyle make their home in a historic home in Oklahoma City with daughters Dacey and Aliza Joy and twin sons John Kyle and Mack. She’s an ENFP through and through and Enneagram Type 9, and she would love to talk personality stuff with you (over a strong cup of coffee) just as long as you’ll let her.
She’s sorta-geeky like that.
Rebekah Hoffer used to bare her heart on stage as an actress, but now she bares her heart online. She still has a flare for the dramatic, but thankfully family appreciates that about her. Rebekah met her husband in college (funny story) and they have three children: Grace, Noah and brand new baby Isaac.
Rebekah blogs at Simply Rebekah. She shares money saving tips, parenting advice, and all the things she is learning about natural living. Rebekah can often be found expressing her hatred for cleaning and her deep passion of Oreos and reality TV.
Laura Tremaine is a Hollywood housewife. Originally from a small town in Oklahoma, Laura fled God’s country for the heathen hills of Los Angeles after college and spent her 20’s working in reality television. Now married to a successful director/producer, Laura is a mom to two little ones and writes (semi) regularly on her lifestyle blog Hollywood Housewife. She documents her life in LA and her host of other passions on Instagram, twitter, and Facebook.
Kelly Gordon is a journalist, both by passion and career. She spent most of her 20s in a TV newsroom, as a Emmy-nominated news producer for NBC in San Diego. But she likes variety, so she also worked as a newspaper reporter and editor, a high school media arts teacher and a media relations coordinator for a beachside college before having kids and discovering, to her immense shock, that she enjoyed being a stay-at-home mom.
These days, she uses her words to keep her four kids and husband on their toes. She also helps produce and co-hosts the Sorta Awesome podcast, spends too much time on social media and teaches TV News at a private college in St Paul, Minnesota.
She considers herself both Minnesotan and Californian, a deep thinker who is quick to laugh, a multitasker who learned the value of white space, and a recovering Pharisee who tasted grace and now just follows Jesus. She used to blog at lovewellblog.com, before catching the podcast bug. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram and at her blog's Facebook page.