Hey…RYG is on the Living Homegrown Podcast!

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Hey…I’m excited to share with y’all that just last week I was interviewed by my friend…Theresa Loe, to be on her award-winning Living Homegrown Podcast.  And it just went live yesterday (link below).

Who’s Theresa Loe?

I’ve introduced you to Theresa before on several other posts, but in case you missed them…she’s the Co-Executive Producer of Growing a Greener World®…which is where we met a few years back. She’s the founder of LivingHomegrown®…a lifestyle blog about living farm fresh without the farm…as she puts it, focusing on preserving, small-space homesteading, and sustainable living. Being an expert and lifetime canner Theresa founded The Canning Academy®…a series of courses on canning and preserving. She’s also an award-winning communicator…in print, television, and video. And…she’s a fellow backyard chicken raiser and seasoned gardener.

Phew…I could go on and on! But most importantly, Theresa’s the wife to one husband, mother to two teenage boys, and friend to many. She’s the real deal.

Redeem Your Ground on Living Homegrown Podcast | RYGblog.com

The RYG Podcast on Living Homegrown

Redeem Your Ground on Living Homegrown Podcast | RYGblog.comWhich is why I was so honored (and very humbled) when Theresa reached out to ask if I’d be interested in being interviewed for her podcast.  (Would I, would I?!?) Not only would it be fun…and a privilege, it would give me a chance to share more about how we started Redeem Your Ground and why.

So if you’re interested in learning more about our story and why we do what we do here on RYGblog, click here or on the image below…and listen-away. [And if you do listen, you’ll understand why I’m gonna wipe “yeah, yeah…” from my vocabulary! Sorry T’Loe!]Redeem Your Ground on Living Homegrown Podcast | RYGblog.com

Alright…do me a favor and go listen to the podcast and if you hear something specific that resonates with you, let me know. I’d love to hear what it was and why.

And thanks Theresa…for letting me tell the RYG story on Living Homegrown. But more than that, thanks for your friendship, encouragement, and being an advocate and educator of living a life worth living.

Take care all,

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10 Comments

  1. Helen on February 5, 2017 at 10:50 am

    I loved reading the transcript for the show. I can hardly wait to see the show!

    • Doug Scott on February 5, 2017 at 3:55 pm

      Thanks Helen…aka, Mother Dearest! Did you listen to the podcast…in addition to reading the transcript? I’ll let you know when the RYG episode comes out on Growing a Greener World. Hugs, Doug(las)

  2. Theresa Loe on February 5, 2017 at 12:25 pm

    Thanks my friend for all your kind words and for coming on the podcast! It was a great interview and is very inspiring to anyone wanting to follow their passion.

    And you made me laugh with your comment about you saying, “Yeah, yeah”. Hey – We were having an honest discussion. That’s what a real conversation sounds like! I wouldn’t change a thing. 🙂 You sounded great as usual and I know people will resonate with your message.

    Thank you for letting me share you and your awesome business with my audience!

    • Doug Scott on February 5, 2017 at 3:59 pm

      Thanks T’Loe for your kind words…yeah, yeah. It was…yeah, yeah…so fun to be on your podcast…yeah, yeah…and an honor! But seriously, I do hope that your audience gets something out of it. Cheers, D.

  3. Laura R on February 5, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    I am a huge fan of Theresa Loe and LOVED your podcast with her. It really struck a chord and I immediately joined your site afterwards! I am re-exploring your site again today. Your heartwarming video brought tears to my eyes, and your chicken shed with all the ‘girls’ names posted on it is darling. I put that on my to do list for all my ‘girls’ in the henhouse, as well as for my sweet lambs and goats’ houses.

    • Doug Scott on February 5, 2017 at 5:04 pm

      Thanks so much for your oh-so-kind words Laura! I’m a huge fan of Theresa as well. As I said in my post about the podcast, she is the REAL DEAL! So glad the podcast and video struck a chord with us. And I really think you’ll love having your farm friends’ names on display for them and friends to see! Please send pics when you’ve completed your masterpiece. Take care! – D.

  4. Brenda Copeland on February 6, 2017 at 12:36 am

    Absolutely loved that!! What. a great interview with so much inspiration! And information!

    • Doug Scott on February 6, 2017 at 12:29 pm

      Thanks Brenda! Glad that the podcast was both informational and inspirational. That was our hope! Take care, D.

  5. Joe Lamp'l on February 6, 2017 at 8:00 am

    Great Job to you both! It’s nice to be surrounded by such talent! Keep up the great work to you both!

    • Doug Scott on February 6, 2017 at 12:30 pm

      Thank you much Mr. Lamp’l…and backatcha!!! Looking forward to seeing some of what Theresa and I talked about on the RYG episode of Growing a Greener World later this year! Take care friend, D.

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