Sometimes, we must push back on repugnance, learn or try something new, because if we stop learning – we stop growing. And if you are not growing, atrophy quickly follows.
Today is a Friday so we have an interview show today and I think you are going to love this one – Especially all of you who have been dabbling in or dreaming of installing your own Aquaponics system! We will hear about Aquaponics on a large scale, lessons learned and how it integrates with a permaculture approach to homesteading from Richard Hasting.
I got a question in about ducks and it was involved enough that I thought it would make a great Wednesday topic. And indeed, I find it easier to brood ducks on the summer than the early spring, so today we will go through a bunch of stuff, from brooding, to caring for, to why you might want ducks or chickens or chicken over ducks.
#HollerHatWednesday: Where is she and who is she with?
Originally, I was going to talk about eating frogs, but then I looked at something interesting. Y’all know I love to do CrossFit but that I injured my back moving a clothes dryer and have taken some time off right? But like all CrossFitters, I do tend to keep up on what is going on there. Well today, CrossFit corporate pulled out of Facebook and Instagram – and better yet, they published why. So we will talk about opting out or Orwellian manipulation.
Today, I talk through elements of an aquaponics system, bed styles and some things to think about when you start with aquaponics.
Today, we have an important topic for many of us – what to do when your time is not yours. Because there are times in almost everyone’s life where you end up in a situation where for one reason or another, your time is not yours. The expectations or agreements you have made put you in a position where you do not want to be. I know I feel choked whenever I end up in this position. Like I literally cannot breathe. So I thought it would be a good time to walk through ways to bear it, and ways to avoid it.
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Today is a Friday so we have an interview and this interview is great. Local farmer and listener Jason Smith of Smith Family Farm joins me today to talk about how they built their 10 acre paradise into something that both brings them high quality food and supplies locals and restaurants with awesome produce. You also get a booze whisperer segment today.
Today will be the first in a series of shows on Aquaponics – and today is the most basic of overviews – from the perspective of a user, not an installer, not a designer, but someone who has been hands on with an Aquaponics system for a year.
#HollerHatWednesday: Whose floor is she on and who or what threw her there?
Today, I talk through something kind of personal – the thought process on whether to push through the hard time in my business or to pull the plug. This is a place everyone seems to come to when starting a micro business (under 5 employees) and I am right there. But more on that in the main section of today’s show.