Photo by Tirachard Kumtanom on Pexels.com Another great skill to practice before you homestead is planning. Learning to be frugal and budgeting go hand in hand with planning. Whether we are planning our garden, pantry or meals; these are great skills to obtain having our own homestead. It is vital to have these skills to … Continue reading Preparing to Homestead #4: Planning Your Gardens, Pantry, & Meals
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Homestead is a fancy word for a home. A dwelling with its land and buildings, where family makes it a home. A settlement. An acquired place to raise our family. Recently, the term “homestead” has been sweeping over the self sufficient crowd. Honing in on classifying a group of “farmers” … Continue reading Preparing to Homestead in 10 Steps
OH, how beautiful garden produce truly is! Dehydrate, freeze or canning are wonderful skills to have; however, I would rather use the fresh produce immediately. This is a great adaptable recipe to do just that. Being a lover of baked goods, I am a bit particular. Sorry, not sorry. Our ladies group is call Mugs … Continue reading Garden Muffins
Gardens around the world are in full swing and in the midst of their season. Talking with gardeners, one common grown "vegetable" or botonical berry grown across the globe. Perhaps my thoughts are best summarized in a quote: "Buy a neighbor lady fresh zucchini and she will be grateful. But, teach a neighbor lady to … Continue reading Marrow Love AKA Zucchini
Who is ready for summer? As seed catalogs begin to flow through the mail and arrive, I am reminded that spring is right around the corner. It has us scrambling with excitement for our upcoming garden and mini homesteading projects. @PioneerAcademy Inspiration from our last seasons pictures and notes on methods, seed count and yield … Continue reading Garden LOVE!