Laura Crawford is a new wife, a new mom, and a gluten-free chef, living in Colorado Springs. She’s the blogger and creator of Clean Chef, Messy Mom. When people ask her about that title, the answer is simple—it encompasses the fullness of what she aims for in her writing >> clean eating, even when life is messy. She’s on a mission to inspire others to crave a healthy lifestyle—from food, to fitness, to marriage, to finances, to fun. Although she would claim that most of her culinary training came from her mother’s kitchen, she learned the art of technique, flavor, and tone, and how to use the science of cooking and baking to come up with the perfect recipe at Escoffier School of Culinary Arts.
Laura’s hope is that she can help other mamas embrace authenticity and find creative ways to stay healthy in all aspects of their lives even when self-care seems impossible.
IF YOU’VE EVER WONDERED IF THERE WAS ENOUGH ROOM FOR YOUR DREAM TO SUCCEED, THIS IS THE EPISODE FOR YOU.
In this episode, Laura talks about not letting other people’s feelings dictate our ability to move forward with our dreams. She shares how she’s had to trust God’s hand on her life and her dreams, and she challenges us to push forward despite our fear, to pursue our dream.
Use the hashtag #DreamerChat60 to share your thoughts on today’s show wherever you like to hang out online. If you need a question to spark the conversation, here’s one for you: What are the emotional barriers keeping you from pursuing your dream?
MENTIONED ON THE SHOW:
The Sadie playlist on Spotify
Get Laura's ebook – 30 Clean Breakfasts at 25% off with the coupon code: “dreamer25”
The Messy Life Podcast With Laura Crawford
Laura's blog post – The Five Step Plan to Turning Your Dreams Into Reality
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