Simple Living Works!

Episode 1: Getting Acquainted

Posted on: August 13, 2013

Jerrys-headshotWe can listen to podcasts at a time that suits us.

Here are condensed Show Notes for this episode of SLW! Podcast.

You can access the podcast audio and the complete, official Show Notes (or at SimpleLivingWorks.org, then click window #3).

In this episode. . .

WHAT’S HAPPENING TO SIMPLER LIVING?

SimpleLivingForum.net

WHO WE ARE

What is Voluntary Simplicity?

What is Simple Living Works!?

Living More with Less support materials

WHAT WE’RE NOT

WHAT TO EXPECT

Links to other worthwhile organizations and sites

Simple Living Works! web site home page | THEMES/Seasons Resource Index

NEWS

1. Order Choose Justice DVD | The adventure of making Simply Enough with Tony and Shane

2. Alternatives’ 40th Anniversary. A brief history.

3. Submissions to Whose Birthday? 2013 | Issues 1-24

SUBSCRIBE in the iTunes Store or through you favorite podcast service.

Contact us at Podcast AT SimpleLivingWorks DOT org

I subscribe to my favorites so that they’re automatically downloaded into my computer. Then I simply plug my iPod into my computer and easily transfer them into my iPod for listening. I can also listen on my computer.

I use iTunes to subscribe to podcasts, though there are several podcast services, such as Stitcher.com. Think of iTunes as a newspaper carrier, delivering a podcast from the publisher to you. iTunes can be used on PCs or Macs. It’s no more complicated than your browser for your email. SmartPhones also have apps to listen to podcasts.

iTunes categorizes them, such as religion, education, etc. If you know the actual name of the podcast you want to hear, key that name into the search box at the upper right of the iTune Store page.

After three shorter, getting-acquainted episodes, we intend to produce a half-hour podcast twice a month, hopefully educational and inspiring for you, your family and your congregation or group.

We’ll send you an email when each episode is posted when you click the box at the bottom of the real show notes.

I hope you’re feeling comfortable accessing them, fitting them into your life and feeling their benefits.

Please read my blog The Joy of Podcasts.

I also co-host and produce a monthly podcast with Jubilee Economics, called The Common Good Podcast. We have really interesting folks lined up for this fall.

Peace, Gerald “Jerry” Iversen, Chief Activist

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