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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?

Nov 28, 2019

It’s the week of gratitude, so it’s all about the feel-goods, right? Well this week we’ll have you join us in a little Logsdon Family "Virtual Campfire Chat” to just share some stories of gratitude and craziness we’ve had along our 3 year RVing adventures!

And of course, I've shared pictures from all we talked...

Nov 21, 2019

Are you held back by fear, or just don’t feel like you can squeeze in any of your own awesomeness when you are raising a family and simply reacting to the chaos? Well, Ruth Soukup says it’s time to “do it scared”.

This week I break down what she means by this. Get the full show notes and all the awesome...

Nov 12, 2019

Maybe you’ve dreamed of building your own business or starting a “side hustle”. You have this vision, yet…you’re a parent of young children. It’s hard enough to find time to go to the bathroom on your own, much less launch a business! How do you make it work when you’re overwhelmed and busy all the...

Nov 7, 2019

When you talk about bucket list dreams and goal, what does that mean? Oftentimes we hear the word "freedom"...but how do you experience that? What does it really feel like to be free?

In this week's episode we share about our visit to the founding Acton Academy and talking with youth under ten about their bucket list...