Do you want to start homesteading, but don’t know where to start?
I’m so excited to introduce you to my new book
Welcome to the World of Homesteading
In this digital book, you’ll find a seasonal guide to setting homesteading goals. These are goals you easy achieve, regardless of the size or location of your homestead. In addition to giving you goal ideas, Welcome to the World of Homesteading offers goal tracking sheets. These worksheets can be printed off year after year so you can watch your homestead grow.
The best part is this book is absolutely free! It’s the mission of The 104 Homestead to teach you how to homestead where you live. This book is a great start. Once you subscribe to The Homestead Helper, you will get your complimentary copy of my book and weekly tips to homesteading right where you are.
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A Sampling of The 104 Homestead
A friend of mine had asked if it was possible to make deviled quail eggs. I had honestly never considered it. It seemed like an awful lot of work for such a tiny hors d’oeuvre. I joked that you would need a pretty tiny spoon to clean them out, but she was not put off by the idea. She thought it would be insanely cute.
We are thrilled to sponsor another giveaway at Mary’s Heirloom Seeds. Spring is here and it’s definitely time to start thinking about your garden (if you haven’t already).
Mary’s Heirloom Seeds currently offers over 300 varieties of open-pollinated, non-GMO & non-hybrid, non-patented, untreated, organic, heirloom garden seeds.
So what are the giveaway items this time?
– Organic Garden Starter Pack
– “In the Kitchen” Herb Garden Pack
– Baker’s Dozen Seed Combo Pack
This stuffing recipe has all the wonderful autumn flavors of sweet potato, apples, and cranberries, and it pairs nicely with roasted chicken.
Many homesteaders work hard to lower their impact on the planet in a negative way. What may be a simple decision for a non-homesteader becomes a challenging decision for someone who considers the environmental implications of their choice. This brings us to one of our big Christmas debates. Real Christmas tree or fake?