farming, gardening, growing onions, homesteading, onions

Ditch Your Sets For Huge Onions

Change is never an easy thing.  There are so many unknowns, and sometimes changing can feel like giving up.  It is important when growing things to experiment and learn.  Whether it be moving a crop to a new location, or changing soil additions we are always experimenting on the homestead.  Sometimes we try a new… Continue reading Ditch Your Sets For Huge Onions

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flowers, gardening, Herbs, homesteading, planting, Uncategorized

When Life Gets You Down, Give “Dirt Therapy” a try

  It’s been kind of a rough week here on the Homestead. We are unfortunately mourning the loss of a family member who we were all very close to. So, instead of succumbing to the sadness, my husband told me I needed “dirt therapy”. I have heard the term before, even just recently from a… Continue reading When Life Gets You Down, Give “Dirt Therapy” a try

Home Brewing, home made beer, homemade, homesteading, soap making, Uncategorized

Soap Making, our cure for winter boredom

When the winter starts to seem like it will never end, and it's a little too early to start your seeds, we often search for new skills to learn.  It is a great time to focus on a new adventure without all of the distractions of other times of year.  Last winter while digging deep… Continue reading Soap Making, our cure for winter boredom

cooking, farming, gardening, homemade, homesteading, pigs, raising turkeys, recipes, turkeys

Our Homestead Thanksgiving, also known as “Satsgiving”

We have certainly all heard of Thanksgiving, and even “Friendsgiving”, but let me introduce you to “Satsgiving”. I can’t really tell you exactly when Satsgiving started, but I can tell you that it all started from a love of food and cooking, even at an early age. I was fortunate enough to have grown up… Continue reading Our Homestead Thanksgiving, also known as “Satsgiving”

backyard chickens, chickens, farming, homesteading, pigs

Adventures in Homesteading, a not-so-country girl’s perspective

Often when we blog, it’s a joint effort, we both share our thoughts collectively. But, in this particular blog, I am going to give you the perspective of some of the adventures in homesteading from a girl who in no way, shape or form, grew up country or as a farm girl. In fact, I… Continue reading Adventures in Homesteading, a not-so-country girl’s perspective