Hey, I’m Rebecca. I’m a blogger, mum and wellness nerd, and go crazy for fruit and porridge every morning!
I’m vegan, had homebirths, homeschool my children and love books, yoga and walking.
My mission is to guide women to have courage, confidence and strength in who they are, and to live a life of wholesome joy. I want to help women prioritise their wellness so they can be their best selves for their families.
More on my wellness journey
My passion for health and wellness began as a child.
I was an active child with a love for dancing and good food. I grew up with wholesome homemade food and a great appetite for eating food you love and moving your body with joy.
My grandma’s cakes were the best!
I became a personal trainer and wellness coach and a myriad of other roles in the health and fitness industry. Holistic health sung to my heart and helping others with the mind, body and spirit grew stronger.
When I became a mum I wanted to connect with other mum’s on a deeper level. I felt that creating a blog was the best decision to help women nourish themselves whilst also being able to raise my family too!
After experiencing many ups and downs in my personal life, I realised that health goes deeper than food and exercise.
Taking care of our spiritual, mental and emotional health is vital to feel good as a mum, and as the divine woman we all are.
I believe we all deserve to feel good every day!
“Health goes deeper than food and exercise.”Rebecca Hughes
Wellness Q&A with Rebecca
What does a healthy life-work balance look like to you?
Whatever your lifestyle looks like, always have your priorities in the right order.
For me, family comes before business.
How do you make sure you are regularly prioritising your mental and physical well-being?
I do little bits every day no matter what.
How do you show yourself self-love and self-care? Are there any particular activities you indulge in and what inner work do you do?
Every morning I start the day by setting my intention. I do this whilst still in bed waking up as this sets my mind into thinking feel-good thoughts straight away.
Before I go downstairs to make breakfast, I do my ‘mini self-care routine (even with my children around).
Depending on the day, I write what I am grateful for and what I love about a particular person, read a verse from the Bible, do a 5-minute gentle yoga routine, and spend 5 minutes in the garden and enjoy watching the birds and sky.
I eat wholesome plant-based food which makes me feel amazing, and move my body intuitively.
I also listen to personal development audiobooks when washing dishes, and read at least 15 minutes of a personal development book every day. I pray every night before going to sleep which helps connect me with my soul.
“Setting an intention at the start of the day puts your mind into thinking feel-good thoughts straight away.”Rebecca Hughes
What is your go-to productivity hack?
Keep it simple. Always. Just 5 minutes is enough.
What self-help or personal development book would you recommend and why?
The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson as this book helps with all the other fantastic personal development books. It leads the way to growing and evolving and helping with keeping changes doable every day.
Get The Slight Edge on Amazon today
What would you say to your 21-year-old self?
Just be yourself. Always. And enjoy yourself. Always.
And lastly, what’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
Be positive, Rebecca. (From my dad!)
“Just be yourself. Always. And enjoy yourself. Always.”Rebecca Hughes
Where to find Rebecca
Find Rebecca over on Pinterest or at her website rebeccajhughes.com
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