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Ms. Uncommon Sense is a conscious lifestyle movement that helps uncomplicate the daily grind. I believe in empowering care-givers to value quality over subpar conveniences. Meal planning, organizing, living with intention—you will have a roadmap for the life-well-lived that everyone deserves.

I started Ms. Uncommon Sense as a way to demystify wellness & to show why we should care. My mission is to be a resource to moms (and anyone who cares) by providing a roadmap to make healthier lifestyle choices by using my practical tools, simple tips, and fun family learning ideas to sustain improvements. Let's talk about smart shopping,  organic couponing, making healthy & organic food fit into a workable budget, nutritional meal planning, & how to obtain a ‘functioning kitchen.’

I believe we should all be in on the deal. I want to make healthy food available to everyone by giving out the secrets to where these organic deals hide. I'm not talking extreme couponing or hoarding mass purchases, either. We want quality, organic, healthy food that benefits our body without any unnecessary ingredients.

Once I started my food company, Voyaging Foods, I had an insider’s view of the secret practices of large food manufacturers & have since learned what some of those mystery ingredients are on the packages of my family’s favorite foods. I want moms everywhere to have that same ‘privileged’ information I learned. We are extremely disconnected from our food & how even our greatest efforts at the grocery store don’t stand a chance unless we educate ourselves to become informed, conscious consumers.

Join the conscious movement to uncomplicated a healthy lifestyle. Take the intimidation out of food. I will show you how to make a detailed plan with simple solutions. Value yourself; you know those big food companies don’t.

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