Jedda Glynn is a designer and small business owner from Burrungule, South Australia and a mother of 3.
Jedda Grew up in a small country town, surrounded by a creative family. She’s been a dancer her whole life, running the Kongorong Calisthenics Club for many years, and recently starting her own small business, The Springs Creative, where Jedda arranges rustic dried flowers, with the help of her young children.
We chat about how being creative kept her sane during a difficult time in her life, the joy of sharing the creative side of the business with her children and the importance of having a supportive family around her, and the perks of living in the country and raising children on a farm.
**This episode contains discussions around domestic violence and an abusive relationship**
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Music used with permission in this episode is from Alison Newman and Alemjo
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