Andy Samberg on SNL imitating Mark Walberg talking to animals has been one of my favorite sketches for a long time. It’s just so silly, you can’t help but laugh. From time-to-time, when I’m around my farm animals I, too, like to have little... When we first started this homestead, we really didn’t know what all we wanted to do after we got here. We knew we wanted animals and a garden to sustain us for the most part. Knowing that we’d probably not be 100% sustainable, but that we could provide a... The glamorous life of homesteading…following your goats around and collecting poop, then taking said poop and smashing it around and filling with a solution so you can look at it under a microscope. That should make everyone want to homestead right? If you have... Chicken comes from the store, all neatly wrapped in plastic, just waiting for you to come by and put it in your cart…right? That is what a lot of people think, or at least want to think. Part of our goal in moving to our homestead was to raise our own healthy... So you think you want goats for your homestead huh? I’m sure you’ve heard all the horror stories and all the advice on why you wouldn’t want goats. Things like, they eat EVERYTHING, they are hard to handle, high maintenance, and that there is no... The temperature is getting hot down here in Texas, Y’all know what that means? Summer, tomatoes, and salsa that’s hotter than the Texas summer heat! Our tomato plants have been giving us an abundance lately so what else would you do than make salsa? We... Who doesn’t love an amazing fresh, warm, loaf of bread straight from the oven? As we set out learning more and more about nutrition, we have realized how much convenience has made us unhealthy in many ways, but food especially. Prior to the 1900 most bread baked... Groceries. It’s a hot topic with a lot of people, especially families. How do we afford to eat the way we want with growing grocery prices? Our diet goals It’s been a long and slow change as far as how we eat. 14 years ago when we had two kids, versus now... Every journey has a beginning, middle, and of course an end. We’re still writing the middle part of our journey and learning so much along the way. At the time of writing this post, we’ll have been on our property for two years. But where did this journey... That’s a pretty dramatic statement isn’t it? Let me put it this way, sometimes we have really good success in this homesteading life and sometimes we have losses and the losses end up being the life of an animal we’re raising here on the homestead.... This error message is only visible to WordPress admins
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