There is something comforting about having enough food to feed your family for quite a while should the need arise. Growing and preserving enough food to get through a year is a lot of work. It takes organization and discipline to do it. The rewards and benefits that you receive at the end of all […]
As a former purchasing and logistics professional, I take a different approach to purchasing food for the homestead. Learn some tip and tricks to save you time and money while enabling you to keep a well stocked pantry year round.
This is segment number three in our ongoing series about solar energy. We now have monitoring and tracking installed which is both wonderful and a little bit terrible (if you are me) and your husband is the one carefully monitoring ALL electricity usage. We also share some tips on how to audit, evaluate and reduce […]
In this article we share tips and insights on: cost per day budgeting, Analyzing & categorizing your expenses and using your data to make confident purchasing decisions.
We do our best to share quality information which means that some things don’t make the cut. We found this video in the archives and it was just too funny to keep hidden away. You also get to see chickens free range for the first time which is always a happy sight.
Here at Walkerland, we have taken to watching old episodes of Little House on the Prairie. It’s had a big impact on us. Read our modern take on this old classic.