Today on Live Simply, The Podcast, I’m talking to Taesha from the blog, The Natural Nurturer. In this episode, Taesha shares that she hasn’t always lived a real food lifestyle, her struggle in the very beginning when first embracing real food, as well as strategies that help her live a real food lifestyle even when life is full and busy.
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Taesha is a mom, wife, teacher, and the voice behind the popular real food and natural living blog, The Natural Nurturer. Through her blog and social media, Taesha shares ideas for families wanting to make wholesome recipes that are delicious, healthy, and family-friendly. She also shares tried-and-true tips for making a real food and natural lifestyle enjoyable for the entire family, including children. In this episode, we chat about the following questions…
Q1: Tell us about yourself, your story, and what has lead you to where you are today.
Q2: What was your greatest struggle in the beginning, when you first started making the transition to real food?
Q3: How did your husband react to these lifestyle changes?
Q4: Do you have a food philosophy or mantra that you live by when it comes to food?
Q5: What does a real food lifestyle look like for your family?
Q6: Making the switch to a real food lifestyle can feel daunting. What are your tips for someone who wants to make this lifestyle transition but feels overwhelmed and doesn’t know where to begin.
Q7: How do you get family members on board with a real food lifestyle, particularly when you’re met with resistance from a child or partner.
Q8: You’re a mom, wife, teacher, and blogger. What have been your strategies for making a real food lifestyle work when life is full?
Q9: On your blog and social media, you talk about approaching a real food lifestyle from a place of balance and mindfulness. What does this look like for you and your family?
Q10: What resources have helped you the most on your real food journey?