Episode 203--The Energy of Life

Watching the garden grow and bloom even though we've had some dreary summer weather has me thinking of how we push through stagnancy and stress as well. How does that effect those plants and ourselves.

Also is this episode:

Today’s tea—Nettle, Linden, Red Clover, Lemon Balm (available at this week’s farmer’s market)

The Whistle Stop

Animal stories

Milky Oats for resiliency (Elixir and Glycerite)

Rose for calming and cooling (Elixir and Body oil and Lip Balm)

The Fermentation Summit I am not affiliated but I will be listening in

Some of my favorite Fermentation books:

Anything by Sandor Katz or Pascal Baudar plus follow all those Amazon links to discover other great reads

The Celestial happenings this summer

The Lost Queen, by Signe Pike

Lammas online course

Lammas companion kit

Filming for a new course series

Episode 202--What Feeds Your Soul

Happy to report I found the issue (my beloved microphone is no longer working) and I managed to produce a podcast today.

In this episode:

What Feeds your Soul? After an afternoon with an inspiring friend I’ve been looking at what does feed my soul and I pose the question to you.

From the Stacks-Cynthia Morris’s new book The Busy Woman’s Guide to Writing a Life Changing Book. Get it in both paperback and audio.

Global Tea Hut-website and fundraiser This group feeds my soul!

The big move for the chickens and the one I want for that rascally rabbit.

Season Two, Episode 201--Creating a New Habit

The Podcast returns with some history of my older podcast -At the Kitchen Table- and the plan for moving on from here. The plan is for this to become a weekly podcast. I’m sure there will be schedule conflicts. By subscribing to this podcast via iTunes or your favorite podcast provider you will be notified as soon as the next episode drops. Of course you can always listen here and find show note links.

In this episode:

Coming back to it—some from the past and more to the future

Big Projects—new bar, new food co-op

Summer Solstice approaches—The Wheel of the Year explained

On the Plate and in the Garden—food from the garden and farmers market

From the Chicken Coop—connect at the local Hoodland farmers market or ask about what’s not online

Creating healthy Habits—habits I’m trying to bring back in like yoga and yarn spinning, for you start a writing practice by taking a course from Cynthia Morris (ironically I didn’t even think of returning to recording as starting a healthy habit)

Animal Tales—oh that naughty bunny