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Episode 14: Running the Gamut of Topics

This took a little longer than expected due to computer issues, so if I don’t show your Junko June and July project or mention a timely comment, I’m sorry.  I spent every night last week on the phone with Apple Care sorting through my tech problems.  It was like being a teenager again, spending all evening on the phone with that special guy, only it wasn’t a rotary phone with an extra long cord, and he was 20 years younger than me, and lives across the country from me, and is not romantically interested in me, or even remotely interested in me, and I will never talk to him again after this.  But, there was a lot of that awkward small talk as various things uploaded.

Episode 14: Running the Gamut of Topics

This is where I record the eleventy billionth knitting podcast.

On my blog:
@mysocalledhandmadelife on instagram:
mamatronic on Ravelry:

My Questions for you:

1) What are simple, daily things you can do to grow your happiness?
2) Do you ever not knit something you want in an effort to practice intentional consumption, as in this article? 

Stuff I mention in Episode 14:

Summer Sweater KAL on the Very Shannon forum:

Walk the Block MKAL by RizzaKnits:

My Walk the Block:

Mobility Justice on Nutritious Movement:

Ted Talk with Enrique Peñalosa:

My blog post on Movement in the community:



Moeke Yarns:

Plum sweater:



Flax Sweater by Tin Can Knits:

Move Your DNA by Katy Bowman:

Zida Shawl by Libby Jonson:

Juniper Shawl:

to be knit in Julie Asselin Fino:

Intuition test knit for Stacy Elstone:

to be knit in Stress Knit’s Eliza colorway:

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin:

@beginswithac on instagram:

The Paleo Approach by Sarah Ballantyne:

and her blog, The Paleo Mom:

Bible Study Fellowship International, my other people:

The Sagas of Icelanders:

Berserks are creepy:

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