RFWH27: Get Free From Cluttered Chaos, Nourishing Minimalism, How Clutter Affects Your Health and Wellbeing and the Journey from Chaos to Calm with Six Kids with Guest, Rachel Jones

Episode 27

In this episode, join me as I talk with Rachel Jones of Nourishing Minimalism about decluttering, making a healthier routine (that you can stick to!), how clutter affects our health and wellbeing and learn how she made the leap from chaos to a calm and peaceful home, even with 6 children.


From this episode:

Website: Rachel’s website, Nourishing Minimalism
Website: Check out pictures from our #realfoodroadtrip on Instagram
Article: Rachel’s kitchen tour
Product: Excalibur dehydrator
Resource: Rachel’s books and coaching
Book: The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
Article: The Thoughts and Emotions Element
Article: The Connections Element
Article: The Non-Toxic Living Element
Recipe: A Non-Toxic All Purpose Cleaner
Podcast: Stocking Your Natural Medicine Cabinet

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