Your Story Ep 3 : Meg, Sol Breads Sour Dough, Mountain Biking and Money
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Your Story Ep 3 : Meg, Sol Breads Sour Dough, Mountain Biking and Money

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Welcome To Episode Three of Your Story.Today I catch up with Meg Carrigan who owns a boutique bakery specialising in sour dough breads. I’ve known Meg for a few years and we discuss the best bread made in Australia at her Sol Breads bakery.Sol BreadsWe chat about her being into competitive mountain biking where she has the skill and determination to be the winner in her age group and amongst the best of the women overall.I also discovered that she has learnt from losing affluence and having to deal with that and the recovery not only for herself but also for her family and that it’s not just all about the money.To automatically receive this podcast freely to you, click on one of the links to the left or search in iTunes for “Your Story.”Subscribe freely in iTunes by Clicking here.If you use another Podcast software Get the feed here.Odeo Link is My Odeo Channel (odeo/ec31ca48707dbcd0)Music is from PodsafeAudioOpening track is “All That You Said” by Everyday Jones

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  • Irene PollakNo Gravatar Thursday, 6 December, 2007, 6:54 am

    HI Ian,
    Jules forwarded on your weblink to me and I had a chance to listen to Meg’s story. I found it interesting and I loved the music in the background. One thing that I did notice though was that is was over 30 mins long and to find the time to listen to it in one go I guess is just a symptom of life. Just thought I would give the feedback of that just so that maybe in the future if you have the ability to edit then maybe that could be done to make the interview still keep all the information but keep it that little bit punchy. I loved the music in the background of the interview it actually helped me visualise a bit while i was listening to the story.

    Hope life is good,

    I am sure Jules will keep me up to date with what you are doing.

    good luck with it all, the website looks great.

    Irene