About Me

Hi, I’m Rebecca! If you’ve made it this far on to my site, then it’s safe to assume you’re just like me – A busy mumma who wants to live a more natural, yet organised life.

The whole reason this blog exists is for me to share with you everything I have learned along the way so you don’t have to learn the hard way like I did.

The most common perception I have found in my journey as an aspiring ‘natural living’ mum who juggles motherhood with a full-time corporate job, is that ‘busy’ mums often don’t have time to live ‘naturally’ or ‘frugally’.

But all mums are busy, regardless if they work or run the family home, so naturally I want to show all time-poor mums who want to start living a simpler, natural and more wholesome life, that it is possible without making more sacrifices in time.

In a world centred around convenience, it’s hard not to get sucked into the easy and ‘time saving’ way. But if you have a poke around my blog, you will see that with some easy organisation, natural and simple living IS possible for busy mums and dads, like us.

Naturally Busy is dedicated to helping busy parents (that’s you!) manage the daily grind of raising children, balancing careers, housework, relationships and keeping you sane between it all. But… without getting sucked into the modern consumer products centred around ‘convenience’ that sacrifice your health or your money.

I’m here to help you… parents that are busy just like me, live a simpler life. What does that look like to you?

For me, living intentionally and naturally means:

  1. Being an engaged and positive parent.
  2. Reducing unnatural items in our home, especially in our food. This means wholesome meals.
  3. Being conscious of how much we spend and what we choose to bring into our home.

Through my Naturally Busy blog, I am here to share the tools that make my life as a busy parent easier, with you. Like the Meal Planner printable.

I’m also here to create a community for parents that are just like me…

If you have any questions that I might be able to help you with, or if you just to join my tribe of like-minded parents, reach out and flick me an email, connect with me on social media.

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