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Taking a Day Off — 21 Comments

  1. Enjoy! Hubby and I did that yesterday after being on the go non-stop since moving to our new house December 8th.

  2. Glad to hear you are taking a sanity break! ????????
    We should all give ourselves and each other the encouragement to do the same thing! Thanks for leading
    by example!????

  3. Jack as a regular listener I can say quality over quantity. I would rather you take some down time and come back with your A game than just push out content. Also as you are finding with your new enlightened ideas on ducks you need as much R&D time to work out new ideas as just basic research. Your permaculture research is helping all of us along.

  4. I would like to take the rest of my life off but can’t afford it.
    Take as long as you need.
    You deserve it.

  5. Its about time Bro.. Dude, you chose this lifestyle to slow down, and you have soo much going on, I don’t know how you do it!! From Ducks, to PermaEthos, to PV2, Food Forest, Gardens…Whew! I am glad to hear you’re gonna chill today.. Peace! I also need to chill… Later Bro!

  6. Good for you! I can’t remember the last time I’ve had a chance to do that. Maybe I can do the same here soon, in the meantime, I’m jealous!

  7. Hope the day off was everything you needed! I hate those days we try to take a day off and then spend it doing other things that we’ve been neglecting.

  8. Good for you Jack.

    It was -20° on my way to work yesterday and 18° today. 40 ° warmer and still freezing. I’m getting mentally closer to Texas everyday. Born and raised in northern michigan but definitely sick of winter.

    • @Josh, we moved here to northern Texas from Indiana last year. We’ve got the same ice and stuff Jack has, but it’s much better than what we’d be dealing with up north! We haven’t regretted the move for a second. Our kids especially noticed that most people are friendly down here. I’ve been made to feel nothing but welcomed since I moved here.