What are your plans for the future?

Click on the poll block above to edit it directly in this post. Add a question, and multiple answers and even change the styling of the block using the sidebar controls. Add new poll blocks by searching for "poll" or type "/poll" in a new block.

Prepper Series: Part 3 Necessities for hygiene.

As we cover necessities and non food items to be stored, there are going to be items that may not apply to you or some that I have left off that do. I will do my best to address as many as I can. This post will focus on hygiene because the "necessities" category is …

Prepper Series Part 2: Water

This second part of the series is equally as important as part 1, food. Lets face it, you cannot live without water. You can fast from food for a long time. You can survive without a meal. You cannot survive without water. Water is necessary for cooking, hygiene and sanitation. There are two kinds of …

Prepping Series Part 1: Food

One of the places we store our food. This shelf has dry canned goods as well as wet canned foods, seed, and the recipe box. *Welcome! When I began this series the tragic fire at Tyson foods and the closure of four Del Monte factories had not been on my radar. We (as in this …

Homesteading for Profit

This is probably one of the most important and least talked about subjects concerning homesteading. If you aren't into the homesteading community, you may not know this, but we have a variety of sources, meeting opportunities, and learning conferences. There are people across the United States and in other countries that are all connected by …

5 things to bring back into the kitchen.

This list is completely based on my own experience and a little research. I know there are 'top tens', 'best 5', 'most recommended', lists everywhere and about every subject. But I'm in the kitchen, making supper and thought, man, people need to know about some of these items. What got my attention? The first item …

Teaching kids to homestead.

When we started our homestead journey, we knew that one of the biggest benefits to it would be teaching our kids to homestead. The set of skills and knowledge they would gain would not just apply to homestead, but life itself. Whether they choose to homestead in the future or not. Homesteading teaches about relationships, …

Chickens and table scraps.

We started raising our own chickens two years ago. We began with some healthy Rhode Island Reds, some Barred Rocks and Buff Orpingtons, all young pullets. I searched Craigslist and found a family getting rid of a few roosters. Since we only had pullets, we needed a good fella to round out our hens. The …

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started