Today, I checked in on mewe to ask what I should talk about – we’ve talked so much about covid, getting ready for covid, tapping into opportunities from covid that I was frankly sick of it and I sense all of you are too. So We tossed out a few ideas, one is a better fit for my wednesday show and the other works for today – namely Grow, a quarter 1 update. And more importantly how we can all grow through this year, come what may. 

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Tales from the Prepper Pantry

  • We are only eating from the prepper pantry now (What that means: stored goods, frozen goods, grown goods, eggs, foraged food)
  • Doing a series on youtube called cook with what you have

What’s in Season – wild edition

  • Vetch
  • Wild garlic
  • Watercress
  • Wild mustard greens
  • Dryads saddle
  • Chick weed
  • Dandelion
  • Burdock
  • Plantain
  • Deadnettle
  • Stinging Nettle is perfect for harvest this week

Operation Independence

  • Doing our best to sell mail-ordered coffee – a big change happens today! 
  • Basecamp update: Kitchen floor is in

Main topic of the Show: Grow in 2020

Jenni’s Interview

Food Growing

  • Originally planned to get an indoor lettuce growing operation growing 
  • Outdoor Hydro 
  • Expanding into seedlings to sell 
  • Planting the old garden plot too
  • Duck eggs
  • Considering bringing in another pig

Personal Growth

  • Have fun by myself
  • Put the phone down
  • Stay focused on one thing at a time
  • Learn to recognize and reframe bad interactions
  • Embrace that I can only control one person and that person is me
  • My Keto Journey

Holler Roast Coffee Growing

  • Had to decide go big or not
  • Black rifle story
  • Will focus on the premium, custom-roasted, mail order business core
  • Big transformation after customer research

LFTN Network Growing

  • The network is growing itself

So tell me – what is your word and how is this year working out for you?

Make it a great week!

Song: Feed My Hunger by Sauce

GUYS! Don’t forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. 

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