In quarantine we have birthed sheep, created recipes, homeschooled, and so much more. This is a time of grace and peace & finding the silver lining.
An extremely heartfelt update from the farm. Plus Winter Preservation?! Fall is for preserving Summer harvests, Spring is for preserving Winter comforts. Avoid a hot summertime kitchen by preserving bread, broth and beans.
Birthdays on a Budget – how to keep birthday parties chic and cheap. Plus how antiquing has shed light that the past and present are not so different.
December does not have to bring the blues. Reflecting on how we feel can give motivation to plan next year’s growth and appreciation.
Sugared crans & homemade yogurt recipe included! This week includes updates on the animals and who is all with us right now!
Two consecutive hiatus’ bring me to this post – find out why we have been on hiatus, and the exciting things to come!
Visiting Livingoffmyland.com and bringing home trees and shrubs to improve the homestead, along with scouting more Maple Trees ready for tapping on our property. Plus reason #846 why Babydoll Southdown Sheep are the best breed.
Living to support the season can be a daunting task…
Learn to support what the purpose of each season is helps to enjoy it to the fullest and also enjoy when it is over. Yes, even summer can be an enjoyment when it is over. A time to enjoy the fruits of our labor and relax enough to settle down in the hibernation of winter.
From trying new ways of housing animals to altering recipes this week’s challenge is to try something new. How so you want to grow as a person?
Modern homesteading is utilizing the skills of the past with the technology of today. Building a skill set is done more efficiently & effectively.