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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?

Sep 22, 2021

Minimalism isn't just eliminating toys - that isn't the point. It's filtering out the "noise" in our lives to focus on what is truly important. And "noise" can be things, but can also be over-scheduled, maxed out living. 

We share five tips for minimalist parenting - five things we ask you to do less of...in order to...


Sep 14, 2021

And before you think this is an episode for the bedroom, it's way beyond that. Even a quick, intentional connection can have a lasting effect, and the more we can get comfortable with short bursts of joy in life, the more recharged we are for the long haul! 

In this episode, we talk about social "quickies" vs....


Sep 8, 2021

In our world of unschooling, we believe in delight-led learning, and the functional education model of learning as we live life together. So what if our kids want to just watch TV and eat chips all day? Do we allow it? Do we force our kids to step it up, or just cross our fingers and hope they muster up some work ethic...


Sep 1, 2021

Remember that Kenny Rogers song, The Gambler? In your family...do you know how to hold 'em, know how to fold 'em, know when to walk away, and when to run? 

Are you simply a cheerleader for your child, or are you coaching them through life? Coaching them means not telling them the answers but bringing to their awareness...


Aug 25, 2021

Do you really talk with your family, or are you more likely to talk at, over or for them? How do you really talk to kids in a way that equips them with the tools to find their own voice vs. being an echo of ours?