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Hear from encouraging guest and hosts who walk the talk!Be Prepared and Enjoy the Journey!

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Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE We are happy to have Tammy Trayer of Trayer Wilderness with us as a host on Your Preparation Station. In today’s show, Tammywillcontinues with #LivingWithIntention so that we all stay on trackcreating new habits, being true to ourselves and our goals and fulfilling those New Year’s Resolutions. It all starts withGetting Our Schedule Under Control! How did you do last week with your homework? Did you really think about how you spend your time and how you can better implement these three things in your life?#LivingWithIntention #BeTrue2Jesus #BeTrue2Self I feel that as we incorporate these goalsinto our lives we will start to see our purpose in this life or if we know what that is already it will become more focused. If we are still on this earth, it is because God is not done with us yet. We have a greater purpose in this life! Some weeks are going to be harder than others as life is, going to happens BUT every ...

26 MIN2018 MAR 17
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Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Your Preparation Station: Why we should Sow True Seed for Resilience!

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE So your pantry may be getting stocked but do you know how to save seed and then sow that true seed again each year? What is a 'true' seed? Will seeds I buy anywhere work in MY climate? My guest Chris answers these and many more questions. You'll enjoy learning from him, so stay tuned to the end! Chris Smith is an enthusiastic grower and permaculture studentfrom a green-thumbed family! And I am delighted once again to get to spend time with him and share it with you! On his ½ acre micro-farm,Chris is experimenting with landraces, selective seed saving, croptrials and seed grow outs. With a newborn in the family, the importance of resilient food systems is high in his mind. Chris works atSow True Seed in Asheville, NC as the Community Coordinator and is active inpromoting good quality, regionally adapted open-pollinated seed. Don't forget to click that pink button and 'FOLLOW' the shows directly here on BTR!

38 MIN2018 MAR 16
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Your Preparation Station: Why we should Sow True Seed for Resilience!

Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE We are happy to have Tammy Trayer of Trayer Wilderness with us as a host on Your Preparation Station.She shares hershow with our listeners and we hope you'll connect with her! In this show, Tammy Tayer talks about the importance of living on purpose andfocusing on living with intention, being true to ourselves and being true to Jesus. Together this is powerful and life changing! Resources: Evernote Nozbe calendar app Your Best Year Ever

23 MIN2018 FEB 24
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Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Your Preparation Station: Young, Single Preppers Need Encouragement Too

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE Kathleen-June G. Horne is a survival enthusiast and amateur outdoors-woman. She graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2015 with a degree in business and has written two books, a historical young adult novel entitled "The Sparrow's Call" and a Christmas devotional, "24 Days of Devotion". She was homeschooled until college, and used her free time to learn all she could about all the things people used to know. She runs theblog Miniskirts & Margins which is about fashion, her Southern Baptist faith and the adventures she runs into. Kathleen-June has also written for PREPARE Magazine both in the digital publication and as a guest blogger.

42 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Your Preparation Station: Young, Single Preppers Need Encouragement Too

Your Preparation Station: Personal, Community & Government Preparedness

Sponsored by PREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital Subscription HERE My Guest today is Mark Linderman. Heis the Preparedness Coordinator for a local Health Department which he has served for over 18 years. He is also an instructor for the Fairbanks School of Public Health atIndiana University teaching public health preparedness. He also instructs courses in NaturalDisasters and Crisis/Risk Communications at Crown College and Ashland University, and GraphicDesign for Purdue University. Additionally, Mark is one of 50 professionals in the United Stateswho is certified as a Public Health Communicator, and currently instructs Crisis and EmergencyRisk Communications for the Centers for Disease Control, as well as Vantage Point Consultingbased in Indianapolis, Indiana. Connect with Mark Linderman on Twitter, YouTube & Facebook We talk about pandemics, H1N1, Anthrax, Government Involvement and much more!

44 MIN2018 JAN 26
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Your Preparation Station: Personal, Community & Government Preparedness

The Back to Basics Kitchen: Off-Grid, Non-Electric Kitchen Gadgets

This Back to Basics Kitchen is sponsored byPREPARE Magazine&Millers Grain House Many conveniences have replaced some of the tried and true gadgets of the past. But this also means we've lost some skills by relying on simply pressing a button or flipping a switch. In this episode of The Back to Basics Kitchen, I'll share some of my favorite multi-tasking off-grid, non-electrical gadgets for the kitchen. You'll be surprised how useful they are and how they're making a comeback! Here are links to some of the items described: Crank BeaterWire ColanderFood MillStove Top PercolatorWondermill Jr. DeluxeAll American Sun Oven Best Blessings and enJOYthe Journey, Donna Miller

32 MIN2016 FEB 17
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The Back to Basics Kitchen: Off-Grid, Non-Electric Kitchen Gadgets

Surviving on Shoestrings: Do's & Don'ts of Working from Home

This show is sponsored byMillers Grain House&PREPARE Magazine So you want to work from home? While working from home may sound like the ‘dream job’ or a great way to bring in some extra income, there are some do’s and don’ts that can make or break your experience and your success. The planning and execution of the delicate balance your work from home structure and routine need a little more focus than you may have realized. It’s not all about being able to stay in your pajamas all day and save on gas money. There’s a world of things that can derail you if you don’t look out and tend to them. Listen to this show to hear a few you may not have thought of yet! Let’s connect on theSOS Facebook Page Best Blessings and enJOY the show! Donna

35 MIN2016 FEB 16
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Surviving on Shoestrings: Do's & Don'ts of Working from Home

The 21st Century Homekeeper: Preparing the Garden Through Winter

Brought to youby:PREPARE Magazine&Millers Grain House Sylvia Brittonhosts the 21st Century HomeKeeper here on Your Preparation Station. Her showspresenta wide variety of topics in the areas of preparedness, homesteading, survival, and agrarianism. Sylvia uses her experience in homesteading, homemaking, historical re-enacting, and teaching to bring interesting and helpful information to her listeners each week. Join Sylvia in this Episode asshe shares some great tips and ideas for your Garden during the winter time.With a few tweaks in the cold weather, your garden can grant youa better surplus during the growing season Head on over tohttp://ChristianHomekeeper.orgto connect! Other Links mentioned are: http://npic.orst.edu/pest/countyext.htm- find your county extension office www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/catalog-request/ www.southernexposure.com www.kitazawaseed.com/

36 MIN2016 FEB 14
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The 21st Century Homekeeper: Preparing the Garden Through Winter

Surviving On Shoestrings: Buying Meat without Breaking the Bank!

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE If you've shopped for food lately you have seen the increase in the price of meat. It's enough to make someone go vegan! We do eat many meatless meals but I also have mostly omnivores and some carnivores in the home so it's important to be frugal. Saving money on meat takes a little bit of skill, practice and detective work. In this show, I’m going to share with you some of the tips to saving money on meat that we’ve used over the years and some new ones I’ve just recently learned about! If you have other tips to saving money on meat, please post a comment or connect on our Facebook Page (below) and share! The more cooks in the kitchen the better the savings! Best Blessings and enJOYthe Journey, Donna Miller Surviving on Shoestrings Facebook

30 MIN2016 FEB 9
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Surviving On Shoestrings: Buying Meat without Breaking the Bank!

The21st Century Homekeeper: Homemade Gift Ideas, Recipes & more for the Holiday!

Brought to you by:PREPARE Magazine&Millers Grain House Sylvia Brittonhosts the 21st Century HomeKeeper here on Your Preparation Station. Her showspresenta wide variety of topics in the areas of preparedness, homesteading, survival, and agrarianism. Sylvia uses her experience in homesteading, homemaking, historical re-enacting, and teaching to bring interesting and helpful information to her listeners each week. Join Sylvia in this Episode asshe shares more Gift ideas for homemade gifts, delicious recipes, a devotional and more to brighten your Christmas with love and peace. Head on over tohttp://ChristianHomekeeper.organd check outhereBooks and blog posts.

31 MIN2015 DEC 20
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The21st Century Homekeeper: Homemade Gift Ideas, Recipes & more for the Holiday!

Latest Episodes

Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE We are happy to have Tammy Trayer of Trayer Wilderness with us as a host on Your Preparation Station. In today’s show, Tammywillcontinues with #LivingWithIntention so that we all stay on trackcreating new habits, being true to ourselves and our goals and fulfilling those New Year’s Resolutions. It all starts withGetting Our Schedule Under Control! How did you do last week with your homework? Did you really think about how you spend your time and how you can better implement these three things in your life?#LivingWithIntention #BeTrue2Jesus #BeTrue2Self I feel that as we incorporate these goalsinto our lives we will start to see our purpose in this life or if we know what that is already it will become more focused. If we are still on this earth, it is because God is not done with us yet. We have a greater purpose in this life! Some weeks are going to be harder than others as life is, going to happens BUT every ...

26 MIN2018 MAR 17
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Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Your Preparation Station: Why we should Sow True Seed for Resilience!

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE So your pantry may be getting stocked but do you know how to save seed and then sow that true seed again each year? What is a 'true' seed? Will seeds I buy anywhere work in MY climate? My guest Chris answers these and many more questions. You'll enjoy learning from him, so stay tuned to the end! Chris Smith is an enthusiastic grower and permaculture studentfrom a green-thumbed family! And I am delighted once again to get to spend time with him and share it with you! On his ½ acre micro-farm,Chris is experimenting with landraces, selective seed saving, croptrials and seed grow outs. With a newborn in the family, the importance of resilient food systems is high in his mind. Chris works atSow True Seed in Asheville, NC as the Community Coordinator and is active inpromoting good quality, regionally adapted open-pollinated seed. Don't forget to click that pink button and 'FOLLOW' the shows directly here on BTR!

38 MIN2018 MAR 16
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Your Preparation Station: Why we should Sow True Seed for Resilience!

Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE We are happy to have Tammy Trayer of Trayer Wilderness with us as a host on Your Preparation Station.She shares hershow with our listeners and we hope you'll connect with her! In this show, Tammy Tayer talks about the importance of living on purpose andfocusing on living with intention, being true to ourselves and being true to Jesus. Together this is powerful and life changing! Resources: Evernote Nozbe calendar app Your Best Year Ever

23 MIN2018 FEB 24
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Mountain Woman Radio Show: Time Management Strategies that Fit Off-Grid Life

Your Preparation Station: Young, Single Preppers Need Encouragement Too

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE Kathleen-June G. Horne is a survival enthusiast and amateur outdoors-woman. She graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2015 with a degree in business and has written two books, a historical young adult novel entitled "The Sparrow's Call" and a Christmas devotional, "24 Days of Devotion". She was homeschooled until college, and used her free time to learn all she could about all the things people used to know. She runs theblog Miniskirts & Margins which is about fashion, her Southern Baptist faith and the adventures she runs into. Kathleen-June has also written for PREPARE Magazine both in the digital publication and as a guest blogger.

42 MIN2018 FEB 22
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Your Preparation Station: Young, Single Preppers Need Encouragement Too

Your Preparation Station: Personal, Community & Government Preparedness

Sponsored by PREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital Subscription HERE My Guest today is Mark Linderman. Heis the Preparedness Coordinator for a local Health Department which he has served for over 18 years. He is also an instructor for the Fairbanks School of Public Health atIndiana University teaching public health preparedness. He also instructs courses in NaturalDisasters and Crisis/Risk Communications at Crown College and Ashland University, and GraphicDesign for Purdue University. Additionally, Mark is one of 50 professionals in the United Stateswho is certified as a Public Health Communicator, and currently instructs Crisis and EmergencyRisk Communications for the Centers for Disease Control, as well as Vantage Point Consultingbased in Indianapolis, Indiana. Connect with Mark Linderman on Twitter, YouTube & Facebook We talk about pandemics, H1N1, Anthrax, Government Involvement and much more!

44 MIN2018 JAN 26
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Your Preparation Station: Personal, Community & Government Preparedness

The Back to Basics Kitchen: Off-Grid, Non-Electric Kitchen Gadgets

This Back to Basics Kitchen is sponsored byPREPARE Magazine&Millers Grain House Many conveniences have replaced some of the tried and true gadgets of the past. But this also means we've lost some skills by relying on simply pressing a button or flipping a switch. In this episode of The Back to Basics Kitchen, I'll share some of my favorite multi-tasking off-grid, non-electrical gadgets for the kitchen. You'll be surprised how useful they are and how they're making a comeback! Here are links to some of the items described: Crank BeaterWire ColanderFood MillStove Top PercolatorWondermill Jr. DeluxeAll American Sun Oven Best Blessings and enJOYthe Journey, Donna Miller

32 MIN2016 FEB 17
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The Back to Basics Kitchen: Off-Grid, Non-Electric Kitchen Gadgets

Surviving on Shoestrings: Do's & Don'ts of Working from Home

This show is sponsored byMillers Grain House&PREPARE Magazine So you want to work from home? While working from home may sound like the ‘dream job’ or a great way to bring in some extra income, there are some do’s and don’ts that can make or break your experience and your success. The planning and execution of the delicate balance your work from home structure and routine need a little more focus than you may have realized. It’s not all about being able to stay in your pajamas all day and save on gas money. There’s a world of things that can derail you if you don’t look out and tend to them. Listen to this show to hear a few you may not have thought of yet! Let’s connect on theSOS Facebook Page Best Blessings and enJOY the show! Donna

35 MIN2016 FEB 16
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Surviving on Shoestrings: Do's & Don'ts of Working from Home

The 21st Century Homekeeper: Preparing the Garden Through Winter

Brought to youby:PREPARE Magazine&Millers Grain House Sylvia Brittonhosts the 21st Century HomeKeeper here on Your Preparation Station. Her showspresenta wide variety of topics in the areas of preparedness, homesteading, survival, and agrarianism. Sylvia uses her experience in homesteading, homemaking, historical re-enacting, and teaching to bring interesting and helpful information to her listeners each week. Join Sylvia in this Episode asshe shares some great tips and ideas for your Garden during the winter time.With a few tweaks in the cold weather, your garden can grant youa better surplus during the growing season Head on over tohttp://ChristianHomekeeper.orgto connect! Other Links mentioned are: http://npic.orst.edu/pest/countyext.htm- find your county extension office www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/catalog-request/ www.southernexposure.com www.kitazawaseed.com/

36 MIN2016 FEB 14
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The 21st Century Homekeeper: Preparing the Garden Through Winter

Surviving On Shoestrings: Buying Meat without Breaking the Bank!

Sponsored byPREPARE Magazine! - Get your FREE Digital SubscriptionHERE If you've shopped for food lately you have seen the increase in the price of meat. It's enough to make someone go vegan! We do eat many meatless meals but I also have mostly omnivores and some carnivores in the home so it's important to be frugal. Saving money on meat takes a little bit of skill, practice and detective work. In this show, I’m going to share with you some of the tips to saving money on meat that we’ve used over the years and some new ones I’ve just recently learned about! If you have other tips to saving money on meat, please post a comment or connect on our Facebook Page (below) and share! The more cooks in the kitchen the better the savings! Best Blessings and enJOYthe Journey, Donna Miller Surviving on Shoestrings Facebook

30 MIN2016 FEB 9
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Surviving On Shoestrings: Buying Meat without Breaking the Bank!

The21st Century Homekeeper: Homemade Gift Ideas, Recipes & more for the Holiday!

Brought to you by:PREPARE Magazine&Millers Grain House Sylvia Brittonhosts the 21st Century HomeKeeper here on Your Preparation Station. Her showspresenta wide variety of topics in the areas of preparedness, homesteading, survival, and agrarianism. Sylvia uses her experience in homesteading, homemaking, historical re-enacting, and teaching to bring interesting and helpful information to her listeners each week. Join Sylvia in this Episode asshe shares more Gift ideas for homemade gifts, delicious recipes, a devotional and more to brighten your Christmas with love and peace. Head on over tohttp://ChristianHomekeeper.organd check outhereBooks and blog posts.

31 MIN2015 DEC 20
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The21st Century Homekeeper: Homemade Gift Ideas, Recipes & more for the Holiday!
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