“The minute I decided failure was a part of my life and is why I am where I am now (because I failed at other things); it’s empowered me.”
- Rebecca Sullivan, The Moment HQ podcast
Welcome to the Moment HQ podcast, episode #46. My guest is bringing back GrannySkills.
Meet Rebecca Sullivan an eco-agronomist, activist, food writer, urban farmer, entrepreneur and home cook. She is passionate about heritage, preserving traditions, and passing on a wealth of ‘granny skills’ to future generations. Her first book, Like Grandma Used to Make, was published in Australia. She is also the founder of Australian Native wellbeing brand, Warndu. In this podcast we talk about the release of her latest book, The Art of The Natural Home.
- The impact her great grandmother had on her career
- Hear about her NEW book, The Art of the Natural Home - A room by room guide.
- Learn how to make your own natural, chemical free blush powder - and it’s so cheap!
- How to make household cleaning products in 2 minutes
- Why Rebecca is passionate about sustainability and community
- Why being a conscious consumer is sometimes perceived as being expensive?
- What optimum health means to her?
The Moment HQ signature questions:
- What moves her?
- What career she’d attempt if she wasn’t in this one?
- What she believes is her greatest asset
- The best piece of wisdom she’s been given.
Follow Rebecca on Instagram @GrannySkills