Ojo Henley speaking to Life AsPland

Podcast – Jo Henley

Join Debs from Life AsPland as she chats to Jo Henley (of Ojo's World) about setting three alarms, coffee in bed, choosing your plates and her love of lists.

I am joined in this episode by the very lovely, colourful character, Jo Henley, aka Ojo of Ojo’s World

Jo Ojo Henley speaking to Life AsPland

Jo is a happily married mother of 3, grown up, boys. Two boys have autism, the other has anxiety issues. She lives a quiet life in South Wales.

She is also a lover of rainbows and butterly’s, ( her hair is usually a rainbow and she has a butterly tattoo).

Join us as we chat about setting three alarms, coffee in bed, choosing your plates and her love of lists.

You can find out more about Jo:

Her website: https://www.Ojosworld.com

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ojosworld

Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/ojosworld

Instagram – https://instagram.com/ojosworld

Or listen where ever you get your podcasts – just search “Life AsPland”



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