Best To The Nest

When Elizabeth Ries and Margery Punnett hosted a myTalk 107.1 radio show together, they joked that their most personal conversations happened during the commercial breaks. During one of these pauses, Margery shared an important family principle: bringing your best self to your home. Being an urban farmer with a flock of chickens, Elizabeth quipped, "Bring your best to the nest!" The outside world shouldn't get the smiling happy version of you while your family gets the crabby and exhausted one. On "Best To The Nest," Margery & Elizabeth explore the simple concept of creating strong, comforting, beautiful nests that prepare us to fly.

Latest Episodes

EP. 211 Best To The Nest: Nineties Wisdom

Margery’s found a great treasure that foreshadows all that we talk about! Stick to the end for some very sweet words. Best to the Nest is our podcast all about…

EP. 209 Best To The Nest: Pets in the Nest

This is just so fun. Dr. Tonya Gossard is a native Minnesotan, a fabulous veterinarian and Elizabeth’s best friend. They have known each other FOREVER. We are chatting about picking the…

EP. 208 The Nest: Clean House Favorites

Here are a couple of suggestions to put you in the mood:  Everspring  Bar Keepers Friend  Wooden Dish Brush  The Foundry Home Goods  

EP. 207 Best To The Nest: A Fine Mess

As we move toward the idea of Spring cleaning, we’re chatting a bit about what it means to have a clean house, who should be doing the cleaning, and why…

EP. 206 The Nest: February Watch, Read, Listen

Our February suggestions to help you safely pass the time:  Watch: Travor Noah: Son of Patricia   Tiger   Read: Just As I Am: A Memoir by Cicely Tyson Cleans…

EP. 204 The Nest: February Love List

Here’s what we’re loving in the month of LOVE:  Hyrdration Challenge  Papinelle Sleepwear  Dr. Bronner’s – Organic Sugar Soap Peppermint   4th & Heart Chocti Chocolate Ghee   

EP. 203 Best To The Nest: Sexual Checklist

When was the last time you talked about your sex life with your girlfriends? For us, NEVER. Until today. Well kind of. We hope there is something useful in this…