Apr 29, 2017


Thanks very much to the Mormon Channel Daily, and the very welcoming Jennifer Stag, for the fun opportunity to be interviewed and discuss a bit of food storage philosophy. If curious (thanks to timely tech support from Elizabeth) all you need to do is click on the highlighted link to hear the broadcast titled “Preparing Your Own Home Storage.”

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Building food storage for yourself or family that helps to¬†simplify part of the daily process is actually pretty easy, when based on the inspired direction from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I’m so grateful for the specific guidance which has consistently helped me to get meals on the table, in less time and with less money!

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6 Responses to “RADIO INTERVIEW”

  1. Elizabeth J Says:

    Add /552 to the url and it will link straight to that day.

  2. Kris Says:

    You did an amazing job with your interview! I felt as if you and Jennifer were just haning out talking everyday food storage stuff. You didn’t sound nervous at all (even if there were several scarry men listening in) :)

  3. Debs Says:

    I’ve just been listening, and taking notes from your radio interview and I had to look up your blog! I’m glad I did too, my food storage has no real rhyme or reason to it, I just box it up and put it away but now I’m feeling much more inspired to get focused with it and actually see what is what with it all.
    You were a natural by the way, hope to hear you again soon.

  4. Liesa Says:

    Elizabeth, oh Elizabeth! You saved me! I just now returned from being out of town and really appreciate your helpful tip for the link.
    Thank you!!!

  5. Liesa Says:

    Funny Kris! And thanks so much! I just wasn’t expecting to be doing the interview with a small crew of people right there in the room, listening. Plus, those good men were true experts, but also really nice and supportive:)

  6. Liesa Says:

    Thank you Debs! I’m so glad that the interview was helpful! Thank you for being so kind!

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