Today is a thought of the walk on being always available. What is the thought of the walk? Well, every so often I take my dogs for a walk. This clears the mind and opens me up for thought. These short, one-topic episodes are simply my way to share thoughts with you and invite your feedback.
Today, we will take a deeper dive into things that hold you back, why they do, and what to do next. That’s right – Spring has sprung, Easter has passed, the year is 30% behind us, so what are you waiting for? Such a simple question and yet one that often gets in our way.
Tomorrow at 11CT I am Livestreaming – check out her channel here.
Brian Norton of Food Forest Farms joins me today to give us an update on how his life has evolved as he dives more deeply into entrepreneurial living and following his passion.
Today we have a wide array of questions to answer from the network. How do these questions come in? Mewe, Telegram and by emailing me. So today, we will cover the following:
- Hosting your WordPress website
- What to do if you were using an electrical canner and the power went out before the processing cycle was finished
- Thoughts on being in mid or later life and freshly on the dating market – or something like that
- Preparing a garden plot this year for use next year when you have goats
- Dealing with the anxiety of future shortages
Should I bring back #HollerHatWednesday?
Today, I bring you a replay episode, replay of Episode 127 from 2019, right as we were starting to do three episodes per week! That year, I had no idea if I could make it work so I set up a content plan where one day a week was hardcore how to. This episode talks about how to transplant those seedlings that you have so lovingly nurtured into your garden.
Today, I bring you a replay episode from way back in my first year of podcasting for two reasons: 1) Y’all are asking me about how to start seedlings; 2) Y’all should hear what I sounded like back then. If you are not starting your podcast or youtube channel because you think you do not sound professional enough, well, this was my first year and sometimes you have to get started to hone your craft.
Today, I will highlight two examples to approaching someone you may want as a mentor, or from whom you would just like a little advice. Why does this matter? Because as you go through life, you will find, from time to time, that you wish to learn or try new things, — or that you may start a business or side hustle — and a great way to avoid mistakes that are obvious to someone with experience, but not obvious to you, is to hold an interview, go to a demo, become an intern, or find a mentor.
And in the last few weeks, I have been approached by two people with very different approaches and they got very different reactions from me. It made me think – let’s look at the two approaches and learn from that.
Today is a Friday so we have an interview show today with Cathryn R. Payne, author of History of a southern pig. She will talk about raising American Guinea Hogs, along with some of their historical connections on today’s show.
In honor of green beer drinking day, I thought we would have a chat with Kerry Brown a well-known community member about his journey to sobriety and how it has changed his life.