Homesteading Hack #3

I think of Homesteading Hacks as little tidbits of knowledge that can be used to make our homesteading experiences more enjoyable. Sometimes that means a hack saves us money, sometimes it saves us time, sometimes it does BOTH! This week’s hack is something I’ve been thinking about for a while. A few months ago IContinue reading “Homesteading Hack #3”

Homesteading Hack #2

I think of Homesteading Hacks as little tidbits of knowledge that can be used to make our homesteading experiences more enjoyable. Sometimes that means a hack saves us money, sometimes it saves us time, sometimes it does BOTH! For instance, did you know Classico Pasta jars are Mason Jars?? Well, they are, and though youContinue reading “Homesteading Hack #2”

To ‘poo or not to ‘poo…

I’ve been thinking about writing about this for quite a while, but honestly, I’ve been more than a little nervous to admit my showering habits… Or lack thereof… Then, I came across this story recently (thank you, Facebook!): Some people have all but abandoned the idea of soap, shampoo and deodorant and yet still manageContinue reading “To ‘poo or not to ‘poo…”

While acres and acres of farmable land lie fallow..

Many of you know we moved to Pennsylvania for Tripp’s job. We chose Bucks County because it is in the middle of the two offices at which he will be working over the course of the next few years. As anyone who as been here will tell you, Bucks County, PA is beautiful. Rolling hills,Continue reading “While acres and acres of farmable land lie fallow..”

Book Review: The Dirty Life

I am not ashamed to admit that I consider Audio Books just as good as reading an actual book, especially when a person is so busy (or tired) s/he cannot sit still for even 15 minutes (without falling asleep). So I often listen to audio books to keep my sanity while driving, doing the dishes,Continue reading “Book Review: The Dirty Life”

Homesteading Hack #1

I think of Homesteading Hacks as little tidbits of knowledge that can be used to make our homesteading experiences more enjoyable. Sometimes that means a hack saves us money, sometimes it saves us time, sometimes it does BOTH! This one is especially useful for renters – we use Command Damage-Free Hooks to hang all thoseContinue reading “Homesteading Hack #1”

Oatmeal

I have been making oatmeal the Sally Fallon way for almost a year now, but today I tried my first variation on the simply delicious recipe. As the recipe (from Nourishing Traditions) dictates, I soaked two cups of organic rolled oats overnight in two cups of water. Then, this morning, I put two more cupsContinue reading “Oatmeal”