Mon, 28 September 2015
On today’s show, Rick and Mark have a conversation with Nate Summers, program director at the Wilderness Awareness School (12:45). Then it’s another moderately funny edition of the Humans Being Human segment with restoration stories from Lonnie (43:24). They wrap with the Simply Human Tip of the Week which is -- pretend to be your hero (54:08).
They talk to nate about his background, bow drill kits, the Ancient Lifeways Institute, the Anake Outdoor School, Richard Louv -- Last Child in the Woods, Nature Deficit Disorder; nature does three things for us: 1) healthier 2) happier 3) smarter; forest bathing, ways to access nature, the moon, interacting with natural food, getting in touch with the natural rhythms, and calming down,
Before the Nate interview, Mark and Rick discuss the pressure they’re under and Mark’s wife’s facebook group, World’s Okayest Moms.
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STUFF THEY TALK ABOUT:
Wilderness Awareness School facebook link
nutreince - caltonnutrition ($10simplyhuman)
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