Today I want to do another segment in the series of developing and managing a responsible pantry. I we will cover how to stock your pantry without running to the store and spending $1000 with a concept called “doubling”, as well as why you may want to start a pantry journal for a time.
#HollerHatWednesday: Who is she with and what did she do all day?
There are so many new listeners that I thought it would be worthwhile to talk about our tagline: Helping you build the life you choose on your terms. Lots of people think this podcast is about homesteading, about cooking good food, about liberty and freedom – and it is. We do tons on starting and growing your own business, side hustles and more. But when you dig right into things a little deeper, you will discover the LFTN is about choosing the life you want to live, then setting yourself up to go there. The life I choose to live is in the country, but this approach works in the city and all over the world. The hardest part of doing it is accepting that you CAN do it.
Today, we are joined by Jenni Hill as she talks about how she uses journaling and focusing on a single word of focus each year to guide her growth.
Friday Feature: Tim Cook’s Handyman Videos on Youtube – gave one of our other community members a great idea for building his new business through doing home repossession cleanups for banks.
Last week’s shows seemed to shake comments out of the trees, so today I will share some feedback with y’all as well as further thoughts on the following topics:
- Preparing for Coronavirus
- #Mythreethings, what it is and how it works — and why even try it?
- Conquering your debt monster (We had tons of input on this one
NOTICE: Looking for someone to help with things related to workshop set up/or tear down in exchange for a half priced ticked. Email me if that person is you.
Today is a Thought of the Walk (TOTW) day and I had a good one ready on champagne and hookers, but with so many folks panicking about the corona virus, I decided to do a show on how to prepare for the coronavirus in 7 days if you are not already prepared.
This comes from the point of view that panic is not needed and I hope that some of the tangible things I suggest with help people be in a better place should this event impact you, while not spending a bunch of money on things that you will never use.
Today, we are joined by the Tactical Redneck and Sir Handy to discuss something nearer and dearer to my heart – 5 things everyone should know about plumbing even if you never ever ever ever plan to do any plumbing whatsoever.
I wanted to take on an issue we have sort of glossed over lately: Debt payoff. When I was talking with Beau a few weeks ago, I realized that as much as I say you need to be debt free to truly be free to live the life you want, we haven’t discussed the how of this. Then I was chatting with a friend who is paying off debt and she started asking me really pointed questions about my decision to pay off a second mortgage instead of the rest of my consumer debt.
Today is a Friday so we have an interview show today and we are joined by our own BBQ Homesteader, also known as Daniel Jarvis, to talk about starting your business and more importantly how to get over analysis paralysis if you tend to overthink things. We also dive into establishing work family balance and much more – I am sure you will love this interview.
The pantry here has been working well and getting a pantry to work for you rather than become a stuff collecting problem, you may need to do a purge and organize. So today we talk about how to take this on.