Today, we take a step back to the basics. You know, the shoulds, the coulds and the I cant’s. The things that are relatively easy to handle but get pushed aside.
- Managing Events Webinar – June 28 at 7pm (Moved the date)
- SelfRelianceFestival.com has tickets, speaker and demo applications, etc up.
Tales from the Prepper Pantry
- The Beet Story (28 jars)
- Round 1 of herb harvest and processing this week
- How I handle the dill challenge
- All the pork dishes!
- Using up last year’s chickens
Shopping Report from Joe
Weekly Shopping Report 06/18/2022
- Use the sun – clothing, water, freshening blankets, growing chicks
- No need for a grocery store
Main topic of the Show: Back to the Basics
Story of “Google doesn’t work anymore…”and other observations.
- Layer after layer of training – even in those of us who think we are immune to it
- Levels of complexity to everything: What it takes to buy gas at a Shell station
The programming is working even though we don’t want it to, and retreating into the woods as a hermit is not a viable life choice for most of us – especially if we are focused on building the life we want to live on our terms.
If the recession turns into a depression, if food shortage predictions turn true, if this is a purposeful reset of the economy – not if the why matters. What does matter are priorities, expectations, and community.
Back to the basics:
- Kurt’s grandma story (Having fun costs money)
- Fusion restaurants – What did you eat when you were 16? 25? ETC
- What are you doing when you find yourself having fun separate from alcohol, drugs, etc?
- What does healthy living look like to you? Are you taking that walk every day? (Coffee break with the sheep)
- If you could only choose 3 things that matter in your life what would they be?
- How many times per day do you fall into your phone – news, social, text, etc (The 30 minute test)
- If you tossed out 50% of what you do each day, what would those things be? What would you be able to do more of because of this change?
- What are you NOT doing that would make your life better because you “don;t have time”? (Cleaning, food plans, laundry, tax preparation, walking your dogs, working out, etc)
Back to the basics is something we should think about from time to time – especially if we see that we are starting to crack, to be exhausted, to fear, to become frantic, to tell everyone that we can’t because we don;t have time. By going back to the basics, we get a break, we hone skills we may have neglected that then got sloppy, and we set a better foundation for ourselves and our community.
So, write that letter by hand, make time for a walk in the park, dive into laundry mountain, and look at what basics you’ve forgotten to keep – because all that other mess out there is not worth your attention or time.
Make it a great week!
GUYS! Don’t forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.
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