In this tag archive, you’ll find podcast interviews about nutrition. What we eat on a daily basis plays a huge role in the way we feel and on our energy levels. Yet, as busy mums, we often don’t prioritise eating healthy, nutritious foods. In these podcast interviews, myself and my experts will share information and tips to help you make healthier choices for yourself and your family that will positively impact the way you experience motherhood.
Follow your passion; it will lead to your purpose
In today’s episode of Mum-to-Mum Monday you’ll discover about a passion so strong, it became a life changer.
My guest today is SuperMum, Bel Smith.
Bel is a Health and Wellness coach and lives a life on the road with her husband, Israel, ten year old daughter and six year old son. Last year they made the giant leap of selling their home and investing in a big green bus named Kaley. Bel and her family made it their mission to spend two years touring Australia spreading the important message of eating well for a better life.
Bel is the creator of the Mad Food Science™ Programme where she teaches children, parents and teachers how to understand food labelling and make informed choices. She also created the 5 Minute Healthy Lunchbox System™ as a way to help reduce the stress for parents packing lunch boxes.
Having turned to nutrition to treat her husband’s diagnosis of depression, Bel quickly saw the affects the quality of nutrition were having on all members of her family. She learned that what you put in your body has a direct affect on your mood, emotions and overall wellness. Bel knows that knowledge of nutrition is a powerful tool to both mental and physical wellness and wanted to spread her message.
Today Bel shares her family’s incredible journey across the length and breath of Australia. And she encourages you to think, ‘What would Jamie [Oliver] do?’ not only when considering your food choices, but your life choices.
I’m delighted to have Bel on my show today as she’ll teach you how to transform your life through following your passion, standing for what you believe in, and the power of self belief.
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In this episode, we talk about:
- What inspired Bel to sell her home, live in a bus and travel Australia
- What triggered Bel to spontaneously quit her corporate job without warning
- What life on the road is like when you have children in tow
- Why Bel believes her lifestyle choice has enriched her children’s lives beyond belief
- The difference between distance learning and homeschooling and how to incorporate it in your travels
- How to regain confidence in yourself as a mum and be strong in your decision making
- If in doubt, why you can ask yourself, ‘What would Jamie do?’
Hope you enjoy todays show!
Tell me what you think?
If you want to leave a comment for Bel, whether it’s about nutrition, education or lifestyle, then we’d love you to come and say hello.
And let us know in the comments;
Have you ever made a radical life change in order to pursue your passion? Is there something you believe in so strongly that you’re willing to change your life for it?
Now, Go Conquer Motherhood!
Lisa York x
QUOTE AUTHOR: Oprah Winfrey
PROFILE: Jamie Oliver
BOOK: The Universe Has Your Back: How to Feel Safe and Trust Your Life No Matter What by Gabrielle Bernstein
BOOK RECOMMENDATION: Gentle Healing for Baby and Child: A Parent’s Guide to Child Friendly Herbs and Other Natural Remedies for Common Ailments and Injuries by Andrea Candee
PSSST, IS IT JUST ME? Thanks to Fred age 7 from Canberra, Australia. If you would like your little one to feature at the end of my show, send me an email and I’ll tell you how
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Meet Lisa York
Lisa York believes a happy mum brings up happy kids who become happy adults.
Staying positive can be an ongoing challenge in the frantic and highly-charged world of motherhood. But like all busy mums, she’s trying.
Lisa currently lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband and their four primary-school aged children.