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There were a few naysayers, however, but she says she has no regrets about posting the image.
'Women who didn’t seem to enjoy breastfeeding or more of the conservative crowd thought it was the weirdestthing and just couldn’t wrap their heads around it,' she explained of the womenwho called the image 'shocking' and 'crazy'.
'I enjoyed hearing all sides of thespectrum as it reminded me that we are all different and if anything it mayhave opened the eyes and hearts for some who didn’t think multitasking to thatlevel was possible! No regrets about posting the photo whatsoever.'
Ms Woodruff, who is planning to move to NewZealand in the fall, said she was drawn to 'the simple life' during hertwenties after she first started traveling.
'I realized I could have everything Ineeded all in one backpack,' she said. 'There is a sense of freedom that comesknowing you can up and leave without having to worry about paying any bills ormaking ends meet.'
So in 2008, she took her savings, gave her landlord 30 days notice, quit herjob, and loaded up her truck.
It was on this six month journey across thestates, where she was 'deep into yoga practice,' that she met her partner,Justin.
Now that Naia is getting older,the South California native, who runs the blog Daughter of the Sun, is finally ready to put down roots.
'We have spent the last five yearstraveling and sometimes I just want my own piece of land to come home to,' shesaid.
'We have lived on a few differentcommunities and have care taken lots of gorgeous places all over but sometimesits just nice to have your own sanctuary to rest in.'