Time for another round table discussion. I have some announcements and some stuff that has just popped up today. I have some really great listener questions and feedback as well. Today we talk about aquaculture, search technology, gardening, community, keto eating, insurance, side hustles, moving, egg production, composting, opportunities and more.
Today on The Survival Podcast we cover…
- Quote of the Day, “Don’t criticize what you can’t understand” ~ Bob Dylan
- The crayfish have arrived, we shall see where this goes
- How about a private search engine that pays you in crypto to use it?
- Is small space growing worth doing at this point, yes, here is why
- Replacing “sugary treats” when on keto, there is some real danger here
- How do you get insurance on homestead side hustles like selling eggs
- Prepping when you plan to move soon
- Dealing with garden thieves
- Understanding winter egg production drop in ducks and chickens
- Using coffee grounds for fertility
- Never forget that problems are opportunities
Resources for today’s show…
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- TSP Facebook Group
- Join the Members Brigade
- Join Our Forum
- Walking To Freedom
- TSPC on Discord
- TSPC Group on Telegram (group chat)
- TSPC Telegram Channel (just messages from me)
- Jack on Parler
- Jack on MeWe
- Join Me on Odysee
- PreSearch.org – Get paid when you search with full privacy!
- Wake Up (The Sleeping Giant) – Twisted Sister
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