Tag: homesteading

Make Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs with Real Avocado

Make Fresh Avocado Bath Bombs with Real Avocado

Avocado is a healthy fat with hydrating properties. When combined with lemongrass, fresh avocado bath bombs give you an invigorating burst of energy while hydrating your skin. They are easy to make, so you can have an energizing soak as often as you’d like. Your […]

5 Things You Need to Raise Healthy Chickens

5 Things You Need to Raise Healthy Chickens

Whether you start your flock by hatching eggs, buying chicks or getting adults, you will need five basic items to raise healthy chickens. This post will help guide you on what is needed right away and what you may have some time to get. Should […]

Loofah Soap with Jojoba Beads & Essential Oils

Loofah Soap with Jojoba Beads & Essential Oils

Loofah soap is fantastic for exfoliating, cleansing, and moisturizing your skin all at the same time. Did you know you can grow loofah in your garden? Really! It’s a fibrous interior of a fruit that is dried and used as a sponge. I recently learned […]

Backyard Chickens – Everything You Need to Know

Backyard Chickens – Everything You Need to Know

Are you thinking about getting backyard chickens? They can be a great addition to your family as both pets and a source of food, but there are some things to consider before getting chickens. Does your city or town allow them? Where will you keep […]

Instant Pot Blueberry Jam with Only 2 Ingredients

Instant Pot Blueberry Jam with Only 2 Ingredients

Instant pot blueberry jam is easy to make, and it only has two ingredients! There is no added sugar or anything you can’t pronounce. Put this blueberry jam on biscuits, toast, and my personal favorite, waffles. My toddler wants it for every meal. The nicest […]

New Homesteader Advice

New Homesteader Advice

Are you starting you new homesteader or thinking about homesteading? It can be overwhelming to figure out where to begin. What do you do first? Get chickens? Plant a garden? I asked 23 homesteaders what advice they would give to someone new to the homesteading […]

Make Money Homesteading – Really!

Make Money Homesteading – Really!

Can you make money homesteading? Absolutely! There are lots of ways to create sustainable sources of income from your homestead if you want to. Some homesteaders simply enjoy the lifestyle and choose not to use it as a financial means. That’s great too. Here at […]

Feed Sack Tote Bag Easy Upcycle

Feed Sack Tote Bag Easy Upcycle

Are feed sacks piling up on your homestead? Don’t throw them away! Repurpose a feed sack into a tote bag. The material is durable enough to withstand quite a bit of weight. The totes are perfect for shopping at the farmer’s market or grocery store. […]

Homesteading: What 23 Homesteaders Love Most About It

Homesteading: What 23 Homesteaders Love Most About It

Homesteaders seem to love homesteading. They are up with the sun every morning working to take of care of livestock, tend the garden, and reap their rewards. This is the second post in a series where I interview homesteaders to find out more about whey […]

Why Homestead? 22 Homesteading Bloggers Share All

Why Homestead? 22 Homesteading Bloggers Share All

A homestead is a house and the land surrounding it. The term homesteading is often associated with living off the land by growing and preserving your own food and creating sustainability off the grid. Homestead bloggers use their corners of the internet to provide information […]

Breakfast Eggs – 20 New Ways to Eat Eggs for Breakfast

Breakfast Eggs – 20 New Ways to Eat Eggs for Breakfast

The best part of raising chickens is collecting and EATING their delicious eggs. They are rich and creamy and packed with flavor unlike eggs you buy at the grocery store. With less cholesterol and higher nutritional value, eggs from free ranging chickens are healthier too. […]

Homesteading and Homemaking Link-Up May 8, 2018

Homesteading and Homemaking Link-Up May 8, 2018

You all linked up some fantastic homesteading and homemaking posts last week! They are all pinned on Pinterest (because they were that good), and hopefully you met some new bloggers too. I know I did!  Thanks for helping this link-up party gain some traction. Isn’t […]