Big bummer!

in #permaculture3 years ago (edited)


Big time bummer! As you've probably seen by now I put out a video yesterday talking about how I messed up my podcast. I'm very upset about what I did was not my intention. It does however kind of play a tiny bit into what I was wanting to do anyway. I was wanting to go back and listen to the old episodes and do a blog post, a video, and some other social stuff to go along with the podcast episode topic.

I know that there are some people out there that don't do all three. Some people only do podcast. Some people only do video. Some people only read my blog. I want to spread my content out Over All three of those platforms.

So, perhaps another introduction is in order. My name is Rich. My original intention in this brand was to bring a little bit of minimalism to preparedness. I used to say that I was a prepper with minimalist tendencies. However, as of late, I have become more of a minimalist with prepper tendencies.

I spent a lot of time and a lot of money and a lot of energy in the becoming a prepper. I bought the stuff. I bought the books. I bought the philosophy. The books got to be too much. The stuff got to be too much. The philosophy though, that I am going to hold on to.

I will get into a little bit more detail in future posts. For the sake of time I will be brief in this post. I just wanted to give a short introduction of myself to you, either again or for the first time.

Although it was a huge blow and I shall mourn the loss of all of those episodes I am deciding to look at this as more of a second chance period and opportunity to do things better. So stick around and check out all of my social stuff in the links below and contact me and let me know what you think. Comment below. Give it a thumbs up. Send me an email. Contact me and let's have a little bit of interaction. And until then, I'll talk to you later man. Bye!!


I can still download your podcast episodes bro.

Oh freaking sweet! You just my day Cahlen! I am about to sing! Wahoo!

Yup, even the first episode

Funniest thing, I spent all day recording 8 1 hour long episodes today trying to bring people uo to speed. Oy vey!