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Mama Says Namaste Podcast

Welcome to the Mama Says Namaste podcast. I’m Ashley Logsdon, joined by awesome husband Nathan as my cohost and partner in life.  As we RV the States full time and unschool our girls, we invite you not to only hear our story, but create your own.

We’ll take you from chaos to clarity by understanding personality styles, bringing awareness and intention into your home, not waiting for “one day”, and highlighting how the uniqueness in each of us strengthens all of us. 

Each week we deliver a podcast that is under an hour (typically 25 min), diving deep into the topics that we believe help create an "intentional family".  

For the full intro, check out episode 000: What is all this "Mama Says Namaste" Stuff?

Jan 12, 2022

Goals, intentions, words of the year...there is a lot of pressure around it all and declaring how we have our act together and what all we'll accomplish at the first of every year. 

And yet, there is a different way to look at goal-setting that goes deeper with your why, your desires...and allows grace for growth....


Jan 5, 2022

We've been going through the top ten podcast episodes listened to of all time, since our beginning in 2017. This week we hit on the top five most listened to episodes (and hot topics) you listeners have been paying attention to. 

I also share about the new book that is my next pivotal game-changer as far as rocking my...


Dec 29, 2021

Over the next two weeks, Nathan and I go through our top ten podcast episodes, sharing the cliff's notes version and our current take on it all.

Not only that, you'll hear a piece from our daughter Juliet with an extra special gift for you!


Dec 21, 2021

This week I sit down with 9-year-old Juliet again to share all about what Christmas means for us, how we navigate any stress/anxiety, and our hopes for the new year. Enjoy with your family, and then share your own answers together! 


Dec 15, 2021

What do we really want our children to learn in school? What do we truly want them to learn in life? Well...who is teaching that? As we looked at comments from teachers, we had to ask...have parents forgotten their role? Not as provider, chauffeur, or chef...but as a parent? 

We're seeing a serious breakdown of trust in...