Futuresteading

Pip Magazine founder Robyn Rosenfeldt on taking small steps

August 17, 2020 Jade Miles & Catie Payne Season 1 Episode 21
Futuresteading
Pip Magazine founder Robyn Rosenfeldt on taking small steps
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Futuresteading
Pip Magazine founder Robyn Rosenfeldt on taking small steps
Aug 17, 2020 Season 1 Episode 21
Jade Miles & Catie Payne

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 NOTES

  • Rebelling 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 soul
  • How 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 pandemic
  • Her one piece of advice.

LINKS YOU'LL LOVE

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/futuresteading)

Show Notes

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 NOTES

  • Rebelling 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 soul
  • How 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 pandemic
  • Her one piece of advice.

LINKS YOU'LL LOVE

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/futuresteading)