Some people dream of Homesteading anywhere. Then there are those people who dream about Homesteading in Alaska…
Every so often you listen to someone who offers some very good, practical advice about Homesteading.
The pioneers had no other choices. They had to do chores and tasks to live another day.
This is a fascinating read because she sheds light on those things that you know but most people don’t talk about. Many times Homesteading is glamorous…
Between these two extremes, there are some realities that most Homesteaders would agree upon that they might share with those star-struck to get into Homesteading.
Old time Homesteaders had to become more self-sufficient and relied on themselves and their neighbors for most of their livelihood.
There are just some skills Homesteaders should know how to do. You might not need to do them much, but when you do, the skill will come in very handy, even save your life.
Homesteading is a way to become more self-sufficient and to rely on your own plans and labor…
The more skills you have as a Homesteader the more you can become self-reliant and self-sustainable.
They found 10 acres and in 2003, began to realize their dream building their own home, enjoying a sustainable and healthy life, and being part of an active rural community.
There is a tiny seed company in Northern Minnesota run by a husband and wife team that produces more than fine seeds. They produce a lifestyle that the teach others about.
If you’re already Homesteading then there’s no need to read any further (but you’ll identify with everything on the list; save your time and get back to work).
It’s time to get ready for a long, cold, snowy winter.
Here’s a story about a Homesteader that got fed up with the life and quit after a year.
People are seeking to regain control over their lives, to grow their own wholesome food…
Sometimes situations in your life force you to make decisions that you have thought about but would not make until you were forced to make them. Like Homesteading.
Anything you do toward Homesteading is going to take time. It will take experience. You will make mistakes but you must be able to learn from yourself and others.
The Farm: a group of like-minded people live together in a cooperative village, a commune. The live together, work together and share things. In 1971, a caravan of 60 brightly painted school buses
Before you think you need to move next week to your secret Homestead plot and you’re saving everything for “that place”, relax and start doing things now before you get there.
How can you make the world a better place while living on your Homestead? You live on your Homestead to be free, to be more self-sufficient. You want to live a simpler life away from the congestion of the world. The Homesteader’s dilemma is: how can you help the world living away from it?