Episode 49: Meal Planning Your Way To Wellbeing As a Working Mum


One of the challenges in my own life as a working mum is how to feed my family healthy food easily and in a stress free way. 


If I’m not careful it can become a source of stress – either feeling like I’m stuck in the kitchen constantly cooking and cleaning up and not spending time with my kids after a day at work.


Or I reach for the easy solution which often isn’t healthy and then feel guilty for it.  And I know i’m not alone in this – especially when so many of us are at home during this pandemic.


All too often we can get stuck in a meal rut and lose inspiration and motivation on how to do things differently.


So when my latest podcast guest reached out to share that she’s cracked the code on how to meal plan to and feed your family healthy food as a busy working mum I knew I had to speak to her.


Nicole from Naturally Nic is a dietician with nearly 30 years experience. She’s a mum of four children and knows from personal experience the stress of that question “What’s for dinner tonight?” – she’s here to help us save time and energy in the kitchen. But more than that she’s got a powerful story to share on her own health journey that all women need to hear.

In this episode Nic shares:

  • How homeschooling her four children led her to develop her meal planning approach
  • How this approach saves time, stress, energy and money
  • How to make simple and quick changes to your current meals to make them healthier
  • Quick tips to make meal planning easy as a working mum

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