Ben Affleck, a well-known actor and director, and Garner are parents to three kids: son Samuel Garner Affleck and daughters Violet Anne and Seraphina Rose Elizabeth Affleck.
Garner is a strong proponent of wellness and good health. On the “Happy Mum, Happy Baby” podcast episode from March 2021, Giovanna Fletcher discusses everything from her postpartum physique to why she believes that thankfulness is the best way to go on in life.
Garner begins her podcast participation by discussing women’s bodies after giving birth. Garner, a mother of three, claims that while some women are able to “bounce back” right away after giving birth, her experiences have been different.
It’s amazing. She told Fletcher, “I have so many buddies that look like that, and I’m very thrilled for them, but I’m not one of them. That’s not what I do.
But that in no way implies that Garner is unfit. On the contrary. The actress maintains her physical fitness by working with expert trainer Simone De La Rue, according to Woman’s Health.
According to De La Rue, “We’ll do something that is typical strength training, and the next minute we’ll be dancing to increase agility and core power.” I really mix it up, so we never do the same thing twice. She does it all, which is amazing!
The lesson to be learned from this podcast episode, as well as many of the body-positive remarks Garner has made throughout the years, is the significance of being appreciative for one’s body.
Just a body, I say. Be appreciative of it. You got this far thanks to it. For you, it carried a baby. What more do you require? I’m really sorry.
In addition, Garner offers advice for anyone having difficulties with their own opinions of themselves and their appearances and exhorts readers to take breaks from staring in the mirror. The actress advised people to “turn around, pivot in that place and go do something kind for someone else” when they begin to be overly judgmental of themselves.
Garner has helped a lot of people out in kind. In order to provide families with fresh fruits and veggies and preserve her own family’s legacy, the mother and actress bought the old farm. When Garner assisted in founding Once Upon A Farm in 2018, she significantly improved the lives of her clients. On the corporate website, it is said that the farm wants to assist families all around the country.
“Once upon a time… we had a fantasy of going back to the roots of baby food, using organic produce from local farmers, mixed with love, and served straight from the refrigerator. We envisioned a future when we could feed our children meals that would provide them with all the nutrients they require and then some,” the website stated.
The farm owned by Garner is crucial to the success of the business. Her farm in Oklahoma raises and cares for honeybees, wildflowers, field peas, pumpkins, blueberries, and field rye. In addition to providing families with healthy snacks, the brand also exemplifies healthy living. Garner’s farm makes a significant contribution to a corporation that has won multiple accolades. The business was named “Best Kids Food Brand 2021” by Adweek, Forbes, and Red Tricycle!