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She calls herself the "Badass Breastfeeding, Babywearing, Attachment parenting, Pole dancing, Yogi Momma! Who inspires and empowers men & women Her WAY! Ms. Wrights Way".
That's a mouth full but when you take the time to read her blog you know she is all that and then some.
Join Rebecca and Moon as they sit down with Ashley Wright to discuss how she got on the path of breastfeeding advocacy and attachment parenting. From Pole dancing & yoga to breastfeeding on the red carpet she lives a very in your face, take it or live it life that we admire here at View From A Rack.
"Hailing from the illustrious Golden State she always had an appreciation for love, fitness, artistic expression and a natural way of living. After having obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Hampton University, she began to slowly come into her own rejecting the demands of what others felt were appropriate for her life. However, it wasn’t until she became a mother, that she truly understood her path and the necessity of support.
Having organized the most attended World Breastfeeding Event to date with the Northeast Valley Health Center, she began to live out loud, using social media to build her village, increase her family and establish a strong support system; spreading the message of self-love, healing and natural parenting.
Her message to all parents and individuals is, “It is okay to be 100% committed to your child(ren) and loved ones. In doing so make sure that you take the time to give to yourself."
bio copied from: https://www.facebook.com/MsWrightsWay
And we are back...
The Boys will review the two matches from last night and look at all the big news from the week in Rugby League. We discuss the Salary Cup cap changes and all the other issues to come out of the NRL's meeting last week.
We look back at the rep round and ask if it was a success, as well as asking if any players from City Vs Country impressed enough to possibly push there way into the NSW State Of Origin side to be named on Tuesday week.
Plus, we preview the remaining 6 games in the NRL for Round 9 as we look forward to another entertaining round of Rugby League.
Join Rob Corra and Daniel Pettigrew from 11am AEST for another big show and remember you can get in contact at email@example.com
The Team is back Saturday Morning for 11am for your weekly dose of Rugby League News.
We'll look back at the two Friday Night games played overnight and see how your team did as well as look at the stand out performers from the first Friday Night double header of the year.
We'll have a chat about the low crowds from Round 1 of the NRL and see if there is any reason to be concerned and what we could do to fix it and make it easier for fans to get to the game.
We will have a look at the suspensions of both Sonny Bill Williams and Andrew Fafita and have a chat again about the shoulder charge rule that has popped up very early in Season 2014.
Steve Williams will join us to look at what's been happening on the forums this week with your views plus all the other Rugby League news.
Plus, we'll look at the remainder of Round 2 of the NRL and give our opinion on who we think we'll get the points this weekend.
As always we would like you involved in any part of the show. Just add aviewfromthehill to Skype.
So join Rob Corra, Daniel Pettigrew and the rest of the team from 11am (AEST) Saturday Morning for all your Rugby League news!
The Boys are back with another big show from 11am.
We look back at one of the best State Of Origin matches ever from Wednesday Night and discuss what changes NSW will need to make due to the injuries and what QLD will do.
We look back at last nights great win by Penrith in front of a big crowd last night plus all the latest League news.
And we'll preview the rest of Round 12 of the NRL.
Remember you can contact us at anytime on firstname.lastname@example.org
So join Rob Corra, Daniel Pettigrew and the rest of the team from 11am with A View From The Hill.
Susanne Posel returns for a visit, Thomas Sheridan and Psonik join in the conversation, too!
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