When you’re homesteading, no matter the size, being aware of how to save money is one of the key principles for success. Living frugally seems to come naturally to some people, but take heart – you can learn! See new favorite resources for being a frugal homesteader, and raising your own meat rabbits – an […]
November marks the one-year anniversary of our family moving into our brand-new farmhouse! And what a year it’s been! Today I’m looking back and talking a little bit about what I like best and least about living in the country, and the things I’ve learned since becoming a homesteader and fledgling farm-woman.
Most of the men in my family, especially my husband, love outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, gardening, homesteading, and foraging. This year I decided to save myself the stress and recruit my husband’s help. I had him help me create a list of his top gifts that are specifically geared toward men […]
Learn how to make this handmade natural twig wreath. It’s not just a Christmas decoration but is perfect for the whole winter season. You can check out here a step-by-step tutorial. You will find it amazing that this is budget friendly that only cost of $8.
Duck eggs are big and bold and packed with protein and other essential nutrients. They are the perfect ingredient for bakers, and a constant source of food for self-sufficient homesteaders. Here’s everything you need to know about duck eggs, how to use them, and the truth about how they taste, and what they’re best used […]
Turkey and Rice Soup is the perfect way to use leftover turkey from Thanksgiving! This recipe requires minimal hands-on time and uses just a few simple ingredients. Utilizing the Instant Pot for this soup is uncomplicated and straightforward. I like to make a big batch of this soup and freeze half of it for future […]