Pip Magazine founder Robyn Rosenfeldt on taking small steps
Join us for a calming conversation about how to make a difference without the overwhelm. In true surfie style, Robyn Rosenfeldt is laid back - despite riding a wave of daily to-dos and permaculture reporting as the founder of Pip Magazine. (Not already all over Pip? It’s a dedicated Aussie permaculture mag with everything from foraging tips to renegade urban gardeners, seed saving, waste-busting, soil building and good old fashioned storytelling.)Robyn started Pip from scratch, so of course, we were itching to get inside her mind and understand the process of turning passion into print, beliefs into features, change making into this beautiful, uplifting, shareable thing you can hold in your hands. And with her refreshingly realistic advice and natural optimism, you just might find yourself taking small steps in the direction of your dreams in about an hour’s time.SHOW NOTESRebelling against her middle class suburban upbringing.On being a doer who doesn't wait for others to make it happen.Her interest in alternatives from an very early age.Why taking on less is more powerful.The driver behind PIP magazine.Why not everyone can do everything (and shouldn't try). Natural optimism.Avoiding the comparison trap. What makes a community with heart and soulHow she followed her intuition in founding Pip.Why to just give things a go.Starting small and letting things grow slowly.Her love of surfing for perspective and balance.Creating ritual with kids.Making financial ends meet by being happy with ‘enough’.Life in Pambula on the NSW South coast.Role modelling hopefulness and optimism for her kids.Adapting to our changing world.The recalibration of life in times of a pandemicHer one piece of advice.LINKS YOU'LL LOVEPip MagazinePip has a podcast!Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/futuresteading)
194: Robyn Rosenfeldt, Founder Pip Magazine talks permaculture and the interconnections that make us and our planet stronger.
Low Tox Life
So over the past month we’ve talked about home health and the role of a healthy home in our own health. Then we’ve looked at construction industry health and the potential for radical impact if we get what and how we build, into the future, right. This week, want to feel motivated to think about what you can do next when it comes to helping bolster our planet’s resilience? Tune into this week’s show where I talk to journalist, sea changer + Pip Magazine Permaculture Magazine founder Robyn RoenFeldt and plan your next inspired step. Enjoy and don’t forget to take a look at the show notes to connect to Pip Magazine and our show sponsor, Alexx.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#9 Robyn Rosenfeldt PIP Magazine - Permaculture, growing food, ethics, surfing, work & family during lockdown.
The Fair Food Forager & Friends Show
Robyn Rosenfeldt is the founding editor and publisher of Pip Magazine, the Australian permaculture magazine. Robyn has a love of photography, design and sharing stories, permaculture and natural world. PIP magazine is full of simple, positive, practical solutions to living a more sustainable life.Robyn manages the magazine from her home on the NSW South Coast while being a mother, growing her own food and making time for yoga, walking the dog and surfing.In my first online podcast Robyn and I talk from different ends of the South Coast about becoming a magazine editor, running PIP magazine, growing food at home, ethics of business, surfing, photography and lockdown. Links:https://www.pipmagazine.com.au https://www.facebook.com/PipAustralianPermacultureMagazine/https://www.instagram.com/pipmagazineau/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOwt5uA8d4ngDEAMsFB1yJAhttp://www.robynrosenfeldt.comOn the #fairfoodforagerapp - @pipmagazineSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/fairfoodforager)
Permaculture in a crisis with Robyn Rosenfeldt: Life in the time of Covid-19
The Slow Home Podcast
This week, Brooke is joined by return guest and permaculture expert, Robyn Rosenfeldt, for a fantastic conversation centred on the vital role of community in times of crisis. Robyn talks about the devastation of the summer bushfires and how that crisis highlighted the issue of food security in her community, before sharing the similar impact the Covid-19 crisis is now having on local supermarket shelves. In times of crisis there is a tendency to turn our attention to community, and Robyn and Brooke talk about the importance of being community-minded as an antidote to the challenges that face us now and that may await us in the future. Robyn shares the three pillars of permaculture - earth care, people care and a fair share - and speaks about what they look like in daily life, and how we can all harness them to create stronger communities. Brooke and Robyn also speak about the tricky business of living a values-aligned life while also raising independent-minded children, how to pick your battles and why compromise is an important tool. Enjoy! Looking for more Slow? Find show notes, resources and links at slowyourhome.com/season6 Follow us on Instagram @slowhomepod Sign up for the Slow Post, Brooke's weekly slow-living love letters Or leave a rating or review in iTunes Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/slowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the Hungry Gardener Podcast, we speak to Robyn Rosenfeldt, founding publisher and editor of PIP Permaculture Magazine.Its an incredible publication, with beautiful design and photography. The website is a treasure trove of articles, books, blog posts, podcasts and information around Permaculture.Robyn lives with her family on a two and a half acre property in Pambula.I hope you enjoy the interview
Permaculture (it’s more than just gardening!) with Robyn Rosenfeldt
The Slow Home Podcast
If you enjoy gardening (or perusing gardening photos on social media!!) permaculture is a term you may have heard bandied around. It’s most commonly attached the food production, and is a philosophy that results in better soil, better food production and higher yield. What is less often mentioned is that permaculture doesn’t stop at food production. In fact, much like slow living, the permaculture philosophy extends to community, connection, family, relationships, business and how we view the world at large. It can impact on where we live and how we live there, as well as the things we own, the money we earn and the way we interact with those around us. In today’s episode Brooke chats with Robyn Rosenfeldt, the founder and editor of Pip Magazine - a magazine dedicated to spreading the ideas of permaculture far and wide. Pip is released three times a year and is packed full of both inspirational articles that dive deep in to permaculture, as well as the super practical information that will help you turn that inspiration in to action. Brooke and Robyn chat about the similarities between slow living and permaculture, as well as self-sufficiency, and why permaculture isn’t necessarily going to allow us to be individually self-sufficient, but rather encourages the creation of self-sufficient communities. The conversation also looks at what community means and why we sometimes may need to look beyond our neighbourhood to find a tribe of like-minded people. Robyn has some fantastic suggestions for those of us who want to start on the path to permaculture but don’t have a lot of time, and one of those suggestions is to let go of perfection. Another of her other suggestions is to begin to educate ourselves on our food - where it comes from, what time of year we should be seeing it in supermarkets (and what times of year we shouldn’t - AHEM, nectarines in July!). It’s from this basis of knowledge that we can begin making small, consistent changes and from there springs real and lasting change. Enjoy! ==== If you're enjoying the show and want to know how to best support it, leave a rating or a review in iTunes or head over to the Patreon page to help support the show financially and be part of our monthly live calls. And thanks so much for listening! ====Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/slowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.