Budgets are necessary for making ends meet, but setting financial priorities is the ticket to achieving long-term financial success.
A simple side dish garlicky roasted potatoes & asparagus is a great way to take advantage of early spring vegetables in a filling and healthy way.
An important part of homestead financial literary is budgeting unexpected expenses so that surprises don’t completely derail goals.
Making use of the many composting methods so that the homestead and garden always have a steady supply of compost and compost tea for potted plants, seedlings, and the entire garden.
How much do I plant? It’s a common question among gardeners and homesteaders. One that’s not as easily answered as all those charts from the extension service make it look. There’s a lot to consider, things like space, growing season, what a person likes to eat, and preservation qualities.
Re-use those single-use canning lids by making upcycled canning lid plant markers for all your garden identification needs.