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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?

May 29, 2019

In our final wrap up to this True Parent Struggles series, we address the other issues our listeners have shared with us - all about kids copping an attitude, not listening, and just struggling with basic life skills. 

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May 22, 2019

Bedtime struggles in your home? Unfortunately, it's not like you can "fix" it once and your children will sleep like saints forevermore. So how do you navigate when schedules constantly change and your child's sleep changes as well? We hash it out in this week's episode on the Mama Says Namaste Podcast.

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May 15, 2019

Tired of food battles with kids? Ready to have a different perspective on mealtime and how to navigate picky eaters? Look no further.

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May 9, 2019

In this "True Parent Struggles" episode, we dig into the Golden Rule. How do you teach your children how to treat others? What can we impart to them to help them understand their impact?


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May 1, 2019

Struggling with transitions with kids in your home? Transitions for preschoolers is tough enough, but really, transitions in life are simply something we all have to learn how to navigate. From personal experience, I will tell you transitions are MUCH easier to navigate when you know the personality style of the person...