Homesteading isn't for everyone (gasp). Why do I say homesteading isn't for everyone? Homesteading involves a lot of things ... goals, hard work, flexibility, determination and a willingness to fail. I picked my top four reasons why NOT to homestead.
Whether in a garden constructed from wooden planks, in a pot in the backyard, or planted directly into a bag of soil, growing herbs and veggies is possible even in a small, personal space.
If you have a little land or even a sunny porch, you can grow enough of your own hops and herbs to make a real contribution to the flavor, aroma, and uniqueness of your homemade beer recipes.
Join Candi as she eats only foods she raises herself for 101 days.
It has been a while since I have had the privilege of actually helping on a farm. This year I was fortunate enough to help Ron when he did spring planting. I was renewed with the beauty and also learned a lesson on regular plowing and no-till.
It can be hard to let go of projects that you have put a lot of time and effort into. Let's talk about how to let go and put yourself in a better position.
We wanted some good rain for our North Texas garden, but we ended up with too much. We had to take action for one vulnerable part of the garden.
There are a lot of variables that go into deciding how much farm acreage is worth when you are buying or selling.