Jan 24 • 56M

Ep 3 | Sarah Therese On Being A Young Mom, Balancing It All, And What Femininity REALLY Looks Like

She left YouTube to focus more on family. Now, she's loving life more than ever.

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The Classically Abby podcast centers on classic living and traditional values. Here, you'll find discussions regarding relationships, motherhood, faith, and navigating the modern era as a traditional woman, as well as conversations with other people in this space. Hosted by @classicallyabby, this podcast gives strength to the women who reject the modern narrative of womanhood and instead embrace real femininity.
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Welcome to the third episode of The Classically Abby Podcast!

In today's podcast, I’m interviewing Sarah Therese. Sarah is a stay-at-home mama of 5 kids and has been married for over 8 years to her childhood sweetheart. She lives on the west coast of Canada and spends most of her time homeschooling her kids, working alongside her husband, Kieran, and being busy overall in homemaking and attempting to create beautiful things. With over 1 million subscribers on YouTube, Sarah left and decided to focus primarily on Instagram so that she could spend more time with her family. In today’s episode, we talked all things motherhood, dating, and faith. With all of the many plates she has in the air, I had to know - how does she balance it all? Be sure to listen to the end, where we answered my premium Substack subscriber’s questions. If you’re interested in submitting questions for a future podcast, head over to classicallyabby.substack.com.

The Classically Abby podcast centers on classic living and traditional values. Here, you'll find discussions regarding relationships, motherhood, faith, and navigating the modern era as a traditional woman, as well as conversations with other people in this space. Hosted by

, this podcast gives strength to the women who reject the modern narrative of womanhood and instead embrace real femininity.