Self Care and the Modern Podcaster: Meet the New Thing. November 4th, 2016

There just is not much to write that is not expressed in the podcast.  I left it all on the field, today.  I’m,  going to put a couple of links in the post to get you to more information about Great Spirit Farm, and Melanie Curtis’s astonishingly cool website full of inspirational, funny, awesome blog posts and articles.

Click the green text to listen to the very first So Local Pasco Podcast:

December 1st, 2015 So Local Pasco Podcast


Click the image below to visit MelanieCurtis.com

Melanie Curtis is an amazing, positive, skydiving, gun toting BADASS.  #FACTS
Melanie Curtis is an amazing, positive, skydiving, gun toting BADASS. #FACTS

No link, here…Just a picture of Carolyn, making new friends.

They like chickens!
They like chickens!

The So Local Pasco Marine Science Camp Boat Day for Grownups is maybe the most important thing that happened in my life in 2016:

Grownups enjoying a childlike day of marine environment exploration.
Grownups enjoying a childlike day of marine environment exploration.

Relive the day here:

These are days to remember


The Learning Circle at Great Spirit Farm, October 31st, 2016.
The Learning Circle at Great Spirit Farm, October 31st, 2016.
Great Spirit Farm Silent Retreat
Great Spirit Farm Silent Retreat

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2 thoughts on “Self Care and the Modern Podcaster: Meet the New Thing. November 4th, 2016”

  1. I love you…and appreciate everything you’re doing. You are only as good to us as you are to yourself. And more importantly, we can’t do it for you. You have to give your “wellness” to yourself so that we can support it and celebrate it with you.

    The dialog we conduct with ourselves in our own heads regarding situations and the people around us, is always far worse in our imagination than it is in reality. We understand. I stopped performing for 21 years because I felt I no longer had a right to it – or the benefits of it – and my soul was starved, parched, and barren, because of that decision. Who benefited? No one.

    Pushing yourself to the point of ineffectiveness will not only make you ineffective, but it will take away the joy you were experiencing from the exact thing you were trying to create and convey. Rest, recharge, regroup, re-envision…and come out, joyfully, swinging.

    Love you more than my Ben and Jerry…

    Michael
    XO

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