Episode 72

Jenise and Marianne wish you a very Healthy and Happy New Year 2017

First and foremost, Happy New Year 2017! Just as important is a heart felt thank you to all of our listeners for being part of our podcast family. We truly appreciate every single one of you. Needless to say, we know that you have tons of choices to be entertained by. We truly are honored that you are choosing to spend some of your time with our voices in your ears. Thank you!

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Thank You

Marianne and Jenise love to hear from you. Tell us what you like and what you don’t like about our show. And let us know the topics which interest you the most. What was your favorite show we have done so far? What was amusing, helpful or boring? Email us, tweet at us, join us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, You Tube, Google Plus and let us know where else you all hang out.

What are you doing to move toward sustainable living? We know that many of you are doing awesome stuff we all could learn from. But not everybody wants to or has the time to spend many hours sharing your wisdom and knowledge by being active on social media.  Creating and maintaining a blog or podcast takes a lot of time and effort. But maybe, you have an hour and maybe you are the perfect guest for our podcast in 2017. Say yes – and let us know.

This show is short and sweet. We just want to say hello and share some of our end of year thoughts. The following is what we touched on:

Yes, these are many, many ways to contact us and stay in touch. Also, you can always leave a comment right here on the blog. Thank you.

Happy New Year to all of you from the Sustainable Living PodcastHappy New Year 2017

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One comment on “Happy New Year 2017

  1. My day job was chaotic for the first half of the year, and as that slowed down, I embarked on many speaking engagements about zero waste living, plus the odd TV, radio and writing for publications that kept me on my toes too.