Gifts for Homesteaders to Share This Season

Gifts for Homesteaders to Share This Season

Gifts for Homesteaders to Share This Season

Gifts for Homesteaders to Share This Season

Giving homemade gifts is such a struggle, for real. It’s not the making that’s the hard. It’s the feeling like your gifts aren’t well received and trying to come up

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Why We’re Starting a CSA and You Should Too!

Why We’re Starting a CSA and You Should Too!

We’re starting a CSA! Have no idea what I’m talking about? Don’t worry I gotcha covered! A CSA or community supported agriculture is a program where customers essentially invest in a

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Building the Foundation for an Off Grid Home

Building the Foundation for an Off Grid Home

Beautiful houses aren’t built in a day. That’s what I have to keep reminding myself anyways. Seriously though things are going really well. We just got a third wall up

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Romanticize the Hell Outa Homesteading

Romanticize the Hell Outa Homesteading

In my usual pursuing of homestead blogs I’ve noticed this re-occuring theme. Almost all the blogs I’ve read have at some point mentioned how homesteading isn’t as romantic as it

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26 Easy Ideas to Save You Money in the Kitchen

26 Easy Ideas to Save You Money in the Kitchen

Turn off the burner when cooking rice. When making rice I just bring it to a boil for a couple minutes and then shut off the burner. I let it sit on

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Racing Towards Winter

Racing Towards Winter

  Fall is a sprint. It’s like that bite in the air that we wake up to every morning now speeds everything up. Spring is supposed to be the season

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Crafting Herbal Teas

Crafting Herbal Teas

Welcome autumn! It has finally started to really cool off here and I am so, so, so grateful. In the evenings it has been dipping into the 50s. The perfect

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How We Chose Our Off Grid Homesite

How We Chose Our Off Grid Homesite

We’re going off the grid! Okay don’t get too excited yet, it’ll be awhile. I know in many posts I’ve mentioned our new homesite but now I’m finally going to

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Brewing Sun Tea

Brewing Sun Tea

Everyone is already moving on to autumn. The sweaters, pumpkins, chilly breeze it all sounds wonderful and honestly like a distant dream. At least around here mother nature has chosen

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Homestead Must-Reads: 5 Books for the End of Summer

Homestead Must-Reads: 5 Books for the End of Summer

  Homesteading books are why I keep homesteading. Truth. They inspire me to keep going, do even more, and strive to better my methods. I’ll be honest it’s not a

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