You learn more growing up than you realize, about how to take care of yourself and being self sufficient.
Hopefully, an encouraging post to those wanting to live in the country but who are not yet there.
The weather is very strange this winter, going from rain to freezing rain to heavy snow.
I conducted a short experiment on our clothing and laundry habits. Here is what I found and, hopefully, you will find some helpful advice!
My plans for the coming year and an update on the garden room project I started two years ago. Plus the Hooligans enjoy their Christmas presents.
Choosing to live a life homesteading and off the grid is a challenge, with a great deal of work and responsibility. The rewards far out-weigh the negatives, though, and you are left with a simple, happy and fulfilling life.
These tips come from my great-grandmother. Her daughters wrote them down for those of us in the younger generations so that we would have a written record of her wisdom and life. I was 13 when she passed away, and I am thankful for the memories of her and the lessons she shared with all of us.
Discover how to install trim around the door with easy-to-follow instructions in the final step of the "How to Build a Tiny House" series.
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