Author Topic: Ham Radio 360 hiatus  (Read 404 times)

Offline Alan Georges

  • Survival Demonstrator
  • *******
  • Posts: 4134
  • Karma: 195
  • Still trying to reason with hurricane season.
Ham Radio 360 hiatus
« on: September 19, 2017, 06:07:25 PM »
From our own SCW's site:
Quote
3+ years of creating content and full-on engagement has taken a toll on my balance of life so I’ve decided to step away, with a potential return in January 2018.  A big thanks to all who helped take a ‘joke’ and turn into ‘something’!
Hm, completely understandable.  Thanks for all of the podcasts so far, and may there be many more.  Just... a few months into the future.

Artes sunt magis quam instrumenta.

Offline Smurf Hunter

  • Survival Veteran
  • ********
  • Posts: 6548
  • Karma: 306
Re: Ham Radio 360 hiatus
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2017, 11:11:05 AM »
These personal situations can be complex.

There have been times in my married/family life I've had a busy job, multiple obligations outside the home, but somehow things remained smooth.
Then there were times where I've spent a lot of time with family and they got tired of me :)

Every man needs to find his own balance here.  There's no SWR meter for domestic tranquility.

Offline Alan Georges

  • Survival Demonstrator
  • *******
  • Posts: 4134
  • Karma: 195
  • Still trying to reason with hurricane season.
Re: Ham Radio 360 hiatus
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2017, 06:04:35 PM »
Every man needs to find his own balance here.  There's no SWR meter for domestic tranquility.
True, true.  And it's way too easy to get burned in the finals.

Artes sunt magis quam instrumenta.

Offline SCWolverine

  • Survivalist Mentor
  • *****
  • Posts: 476
  • Karma: 58
  • Exploring the Hobby in Every Direction
    • Ham Radio 360
Re: Ham Radio 360 hiatus
« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2017, 08:16:25 PM »
Lotsa Work to try and keep up with!  I've already read two books this week :)
Interested in Comms? Ham Radio? Try Ham Radio 360
http://hamradio360.com/

"Emergencies ,by their very nature are organizational nightmares.
Radios are pointless without someone trained to use them." WMY

Offline Carl

  • Mr HamTastic!
  • Forum Veteran
  • *********
  • Posts: 11358
  • Karma: 620
  • COW?...No ,I haven't seen your cow.
Re: Ham Radio 360 hiatus
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2017, 09:21:30 AM »
Lotsa Work to try and keep up with!  I've already read two books this week :)

Sometimes the line between hobby and work can blur and this is when one should step back for a time and simply do what he enjoys.
  Start a project,a new antenna,a weekend grid opening expedition,of read a book till even that turns to shades of grey...something will come along that motivates you into action soon enough.
Stop complaining about life and start Celebrating it .

I've reached the age where there is little left to learn the hard way.

If you had only one year,one month,or one day...Would you live your life differently?

Radios are pointless without someone trained to use them.