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TBF 135 :: It’s Not a Comeback, Lots of Updates, and a Hard Lesson Learned

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What happens when The Beginning Farmer disappears for months on end? Well, actually lots things happen! Just recently I’ve been to Arizona to talk farming and finances, we’ve been making small square bales of hay, a new building project is in the planning stages, and of course we’ve even made some time to take the boat out (yes, we are a boating family now … more about that in future episodes). Basically, what I’m trying is that it wasn’t for lack of things happening that I haven’t been podcasting, but rather there has just been a lot on the mind that has made it difficult to sit down and record something remotely coherent!

Honestly the farm is moving along just about like it was last time I released a podcast, but we are starting to make some shifts on the farm to better serve our markets and what our farm does best. The biggest changes have probably come in the form of mindsets and reality checks. I’ll be spending the next few episodes talking about some of the changes that are happening from a physical and emotional standpoint on our farm. In the meantime I do hope you can find the time to listen this episode as I ramble about my dream of professional fishing (that dream hasn’t completely died just yet)!

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  • Jess July 1, 2016, 2:40 pm

    Reflect on the challenges that did not go as intended. Don’t beat yourself over them. Learn from them so next time you’ll X out ‘the challenge’ and put a check in the ‘oh yeah’ column. Put together a string of ‘oh yeahs’ and before you know it you’ll find a catfish on the end of your line.

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