Sometimes homesteading doesn’t mean being as efficient as possible. A thing that brings joy to your life is worth a little extra work and worry. There are so many pieces that can be fit together multiple ways and on multiple levels. For example, the rabbits eat the high protein mulberry prunings from the hedge and […]
DIRTY LITTLE HOMESTEAD SECRETS THE CRAP YOU DON’T HEAR February 6, 2017 by Tiffany Davis Leave a Comment (Edit) Dirty Little Homestead Secrets. The crap you don’t hear about being a homesteader. Homestead secrets…the dirty truth and crap you don’t read on most homesteading blogs. Let’s call these homestead secrets…inconvenient truth. I’m not gossiping about […]
Every homesteader is on a different journey. We each learn different things, and become good at different things and can help each other out with our strengths (that’s what community is for!). How many of these have you tried? How many have you mastered?
Backyard homesteading is just common sense. Sure the term backyard homesteading or urban homesteading has been rising in popularity and Pinterest posts over the last few years; but it isn’t something new. Nowadays the notion of gardening, raising a few hens and maybe a couple of milking goats in a suburban or urban setting seems […]
You don’t need 20 acres to start homesteading today. Turns out you can actually harvest a lot of your food with just a quarter acre. Keep reading to see the full infographic!
Little House on The Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder has been a part of our family’s winter reading for many years now. This year, I rediscovered it with a fresh perspective. Last October, I shared my yearly tradition of reading through The Little House on The Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. When my boys […]