The internet is filled with talented homesteaders and homemakers, and I know from experience that they are the nicest people. (Well, they are at least tied with RV-ers and campers!) I am excited to partner with one of these talented bloggers, Kayla, The Homesteading Homemaker, to co-host her weekly link-up of homesteading and homemaking blog posts. In addition to all the awesome links left by bloggers, Kayla has some fantastic information on hatching and raising chickens.
First up, if you’re a blogger and want to be a part of the linkup then join our growing Facebook Group to be notified of upcoming linkups and other blogging related content. Now let’s get to know The Homesteading Homemaker a bit more.
Hi! I’m Kayla from The Homesteading Homemaker. I am a homemaking mom with three wonderful boys. You could say that I have been a homesteader all my life even though I didn’t even know it. I started taking important farming skills that I learned from my parents and grandparents and implementing them to play an active role in producing the food that we eat in our home. I am working toward a life of self sufficiency and sustainability. Returning to the roots of our ancestors. A life where all our food is directly from farm to table.
I love to feel the dirt in my hands, the sound of roosters crowing in the morning. I love the feeling of exhaustion and satisfaction when I go to bed after a long day of working hard on the farm. I know I cannot be the only one out there with dreams of fresh eggs, compost, gardening and fresh sourdough bread! You can follow my journey at www.thehomesteadinghomemaker.com
Here are the featured posts from last week’s Homesteading and Homemaking Link-Up. That chicken tractor is awesome!
Are you ready to link up your post? Here’s how to do it:
- Use the button below to share your posts this week, and maybe you’ll discover some new ideas from all the other links!
- Follow our Pinterest Board!
- Please share only your family friendly posts with us!
- Please only link up images that you have the rights to use.
- By linking up, you agree that if your blog post is selected to be featured we can use an image from your post with a link back to your post.
Here are some other ways you can get involved too:
- Follow and/or subscribe
- Join our Facebook Group to keep informed about future link-ups and to connect with other Homemaking and Homesteading bloggers!
- Visit a few other bloggers and show them your support. We all love getting comments, and you may just find some new inspiration! Be sure to share the love–that’s what a blog link party is all about!
- If you are interested in co-hosting, contact Kayla at firstname.lastname@example.org