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Are you ready to tear up the parenting playbook and bring more sustainability, intentionality and positivity to your parenting? The Intentional Mum is a podcast for parents that want to learn more about gentle parenting, becoming more eco-friendly and embrace a more intentional way of living by hearing from amazing mums that are doing just those things. It doesn't matter where you are on your own journey, you'll be sure to find inspiration, reassurance and support in each episode.
 
A Voice of One’s Own brings to life stories and voices of women. Women who create, challenge, inspire, heal and lead. Women who have found their voice, are still searching or just beginning. Join me, Marie Kenny, as we explore their journey, the healing power of words, and what it means to be a woman today. My hope is for this podcast to become a room of our own, a safe and inspiring space for you to explore, play with and reclaim this beautiful voice of yours. Grab a cushion and come sit wi ...
 
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(BONUS EPISODE) This week I talk with Ali Buckley, the content creator behind the magical Instagram feed She Made Magic. As ever we discuss motherhood, business and intersectionality. We talked about: raising boys to be more than just allies pivoting to freelance life juggling work and motherhood creating courses and sharing knowledge online I have…
 
In this episode I catch up with the brilliant Tiffany Ross. Tiffany is an early years educator with over 17 years experience who helps parents to navigate the tricky toddler years with joyful child-led activities. Tiffany shares her own parenting journey from overwhelm, exhaustion, burnout and guilt from the pressure of trying to do everything to c…
 
In this episode I’m chatting to Cherrelle Slaney, a mum on a mission to prove that menstruating doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. Cycle tracking goes beyond simply tracking ovulation and your period but it doesn't have to be complicated (and it definitely doesn’t need to include taking your temperature every day). In this episode of The Intent…
 
In this episode I’m chatting with Grace Phillips, the mum behind the amazing Cloth Nappy Geek website. It’s also a little bit different because it’s the second part of a much longer conversation that I had with Grace. You can listen to part 1 of our chat in which Grace interviews me about all things elimination communication and whether cloth nappi…
 
This week I’m chatting with the wonderful Hannah Gorman. Hannah is a mum, step-mum, blogger and advocate for all things eco living. As well as sharing her own journey to a more sustainable lifestyle Hannah's blog is filled with inspiration for embracing eco-friendly living as a family in a manageable way. In this episode Hannah shares how she has c…
 
In this week’s episode I’m chatting to the awesome Lucy Lucraft about some really juicy topics around sustainability, motherhood and why we shouldn't be trying to be perfect – I just know you’re going to love this episode! We start by discussing why zero-waste is unattainable and that we don’t have to be perfect to make a difference when it comes t…
 
In this week's episode I catch up with the lovely Innes Vautier to chat all things slow and simple living with kids. Innes' website Aboderie provides endless inspiration for embracing a minimal, sustainable life and we discuss how Innes has found ways to embrace slow living while living in London. Innes is really open about the challenges that can …
 
In this episode I chat with my friend Nadine Pemberton about her lived experience of racism. Nadine was a practising solicitor for many years, advising the boards of a number of UK public bodies and is now a coach, mentor and freelance consultant. We discuss what terms like white supremacy, privilege and micro-aggression actually mean, with Nadine …
 
Are you thinking of doing Veganuary or cutting back on your meat consumption? Then this episode is definitely for you. In this episode I speak to the lovely Hannah McIntyre about embracing plant-based living. We discuss why going plant-based is so important for the environment and how to make the transition gradually so that you're more likely to s…
 
In this episode I suggest ideas for Christmas ideas that don’t cost a thing for adults and children alike. I share some Cornish Christmas traditions and how lights can bring joy at this time of year. Perhaps there’s a living advent calendar near you, or you can admire the best lit houses in your town. If the weather is a bit rubbish there’s still p…
 
In this episode I discuss ways in which you can switch off and chill out ahead of the crazy Christmas period, and share some ideas on how you can make more sustainable choices. We start by looking at ways you can make space to breathe at this busy time of year, especially when the kids are filled with that end of term excitement. Ways to switch off…
 
For many decorating your house for Christmas is the start of the excitement and anticipation of what lies ahead. But what if the idea of having even more stuff surrounding you makes you feel anxious? Christmas is not the time to go into a full scale decluttering minimising mission (unless you have a lot of time of course) but there are some quick w…
 
Feeling a little overwhelmed by 2020? Wanting to create a joyful Christmas but not sure where to start? Listen on my friend... Christmas is the season of the maximalist, with gifts and shopping and food and events. And that can by pretty overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be that way. You can create a magical Christmas for you and your family by …
 
I fangirl over the amazing Amanda Appiagyei as we chat all things branding, productivity and and ditching the idea there is a blueprint we need to follow to be successful. Amanda is one of my favourite people on the internet and, in my opinion, is COMPLETELY underrated - those who know her, love her, and those who don't are missing out. Alongside h…
 
It's another parenting chat as I discuss all things home education with author, doula and parenting educator Eloise Rickman. We talked about home educating, why it's not for everyone and doesn't have to be forever. Eloise also shared her thoughts on privilege and the responsibility white home educators have in making the space accessible and safe f…
 
This week I explore the concept of life without school with author, educator and activist Lucy Aitkenread. We talk about the GAME CHANGING parenting concept of Sites of Mutual Fulfilment and why we absolutely HAVE to put ourselves first and chase those endorphins as parents. We also discuss privilege within home education and how to make those spac…
 
This week I talk to photographer and author Penny Wincer about the imperfect art of caring. We talk about her experience of caring for a parent and a child and take a deep dive into why she *almost* didn't write her book. It's a brilliant episode and I hope you enjoy it. L x Chat to me on Instagram > @lucylucraft Read my blog > lucylucraft.co.uk/bl…
 
This week I chat with the awesome powerhouse Ingrid Fernandez of Dec&Dash legal consulting. She demystifies all the business bits for us! Contracts, T&C's, invoices and how to protect yourself as a business owner in a global pandemic (and everyday) It was an eye opener of an episode and I hope you all love it! Join my Patreon community > Patreonl.c…
 
This week I chat with Anti-Racism campaigner and speaker Nova Reid. We talked about how she came to her work in anti-racism, the reason and truth behind why we all need to acknowledge our privilege, get uncomfortable and start challenging our inner 'ism's. This is a really inspiring episode I LOVED recording so I hope you enjoy it too. You can find…
 
This week I chat with Frankie Thompson, a blogger, author and affirmation card enthusiast, all about how motherhood has derailed our careers. And why that's not necessarily a bad thing. Trigger warning: PND, birth trauma Support my work on Patreon here > https://www.patreon.com/lucylucraft Come say hello on Instagram @lucylucraft or read my blog > …
 
HELLO! And a huge welcome back to What She Said from ME! It's been a while hasn't it? The year is 2020 and the UK (and much of the world) is in lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic. But I'm back with a brand new series. Here's what to expect from What She Said. Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucylucraft/ Support the podcast on …
 
Full show notes at https://lucylucraft.com/s4e14 Today’s episode is a JUICY one, as ever and it’s particularly brilliant because it’s with one of my very favourite IN REAL LIFE friends Rabya Lomas aka She Flourished. Rabya is a beautiful writer and photographer creating playful, whimsical and political content on her blog and Instagram. We chatted …
 
Full show notes here >https://lucylucraft.com/s4e13/ It's the PENULTIMATE episode! Sad face? Happy face?! Todays solo episode is all about EMAIL LISTS! Why you should have one, how to get started and my best tips from building my own over the past five years. Enjoy! L x REFERENCED IN THE EPISODE Elizabeth Goddard (ConvertKit) Black maternal health …
 
Find full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e12 In this week's episode I chat with Sarah Starrs about how she became such a kick-ass virtual assistant (VA), navigating childcare, beating the ups and downs of freelancer income. She started out blogging and creating courses/coaching before burning out and taking a meander into nannying (we talk about t…
 
Huma Qureshi is a writer who reflects on thoughtful family living over on her blog, Our Story Time. An award-winning author and former broadsheet journalist in the UK, Huma also runs online writing courses, including The Quiet Words, Postcards Home and Writing Friends, to gently guide aspiring writers to a place of confidence and creativity. In thi…
 
Hey hey! This has been a little hair-raising....I just recorded Monday's episode and it is FRIDAY. Eeek. I'm usually way more organised than this! Anyway this week is all about how I juggle work and motherhood, which, lemme tell you is an oxymoron because I definitely don't do it well! If you liked, nay, LOVED this episode and the podcast in genera…
 
Read full show notes at https://lucylucraft.com/s4e10 I chat with nutrition and lifestyle coach Rose White all about diet culture myths, thin privilege and what she thinks about veganism. TRIGGER WARNING > We discuss various eating disorders from a personal POV. If you liked this episode please rate/review on Apple Podcasts or support me on Patreon…
 
Read full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e9 In this week's episode I share exactly how I earn money (and how much) from my tiny blog. It's very no BS and I'm completely transparent so.....enjoy! 5* REVIEWS THIS WEEK BIG thanks to HumRose, AnnaBee6, MyCustardPie and Bekahloveslula who all left 5* reviews this week :) Leaving a review makes a big di…
 
Read full show notes at lucylucraft.com/s4e8 This week on What She Said I chat with Aja Barber about using Patreon for your business. Aja is a badass in the sustainable fashion world and I’m very lucky to call her a friend too. We chatted about Patreon, where Aja creates a whole heap of valuable content for her audience and makes the bulk of her in…
 
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