If you have been wanting to begin homesteading and are looking for great resources, here is one for you! Here is my review of Anna Twitto’s “Your Own Hands – Self-Reliant Projects for Independent Living”.
There are so many aspects to homesteading. Raising chickens, vermicompost, raising dairy animals, processing your own meat, fencing, welding, survival prep, food preserving, beekeeping and I could go on. I have yet to meet someone who does it ALL. Yet when you feel ready to learn a new skill, the researching starts all over. This […]
You’re a suburban homesteader. You know how to raise your own food, protect your land, hunt for your protein, fix just about everything around your home and work with your neighbors to make your world that much better. But, do you know how to deal with any acute medical emergencies that show up? Scott Finazzo’s […]
I have been gardening in some form or another for pretty much my entire adult life. I have heard the term “permaculture” here and there but honestly it sounded pretty intimidating and expensive. I never really looked into the concepts behind it because I had decided it was something only big scale farmers needed and […]
This book is hard to categorize; on the one hand it has some really amazing recipes so it could be considered a down home, real food cookbook, some of those recipes are for homemade beauty/cleaning supplies so it could also be called a simple/organic living book. There are beautiful personal stories that Melissa shares about […]
Armed defense is always an interesting topic when it comes to prepping, survivalism and suburban homesteading. At the end of the day, I strongly believe in a person’s right to stand their ground and protect themselves. Jim Cobb shares that belief. He has used his latest offering, Prepper’s Armed Defense, as a means of explaining […]