Being Crunchy Without Going Crazy | Emily of Really Very Crunchy (Episode 240)

For those in the crunchy community, there is more noise than ever about the dangers around us and the way things should be done.  While navigating her own journey of health and wellness, Emily began to see the humor in this lifestyle.  In this conversation, we chat about how Emily got started sharing comedy on the internet to bring levity to what can be stressful.  We also dive into what it looks like to maintain balance in this journey– balance in our minds, in our children, in our family relationships, in our social interactions, and more.  This episode is a must-listen!

In this episode, we cover:

  • How Emily’s crunchy lifestyle choices became viral content
  • Finding balance in living a healthy lifestyle without going crazy
  • Deciding what your 20% compromises will be in an 80/20 lifestyle
  • Evaluating our peace of mind in an age of information overload
  • Navigating relationships and social situations as a “crunchy mom”
  • Making peace with choosing convenience in some situations
  • Behind the scenes of Emily’s content creation process
  • How we handle criticism and negativity as content creators
  • The best way to encourage independent, creative play in kids

About Emily

Emily Morrow is the creator of Really Very Crunchy, a sketch comedy account with over 3 million followers across platforms and more than 2 billion views on her videos. Emily’s new book, Really Very Crunchy: The beginner’s guide to removing toxins from your life without adding them to your personality, is available everywhere March 12.

Resources Mentioned

Really Very Crunchy by Emily Morrow

The Really Very Crunchy Podcast with Emily and Jason Morrow

Chocolate custard recipe


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