Wish you could simplify Christmas? Learn 4 ways to help you simplify the holidays!

Learn how to simplify Christmas Do you ever feel like the holidays get a little out of control?  Wouldn’t you rather be able to just sit back and actually enjoy Christmas and everything that comes with it? This idea of a simple Christmas becomes even more important if you have a special needs child who gets over loaded by all the holiday hoopla. How do you go about creating a simpler Christmas?  What would that look like? I’m going to give you 4 ways to help you achieve a more relaxed  holiday season! 1. LetREAD MORE

Learn why yoga can be beneficial to even the most active homesteader or gardener!

Why You Should Practice Yoga OK, guys, if you’ve been a reader for awhile, then you know that I’m a little bit into fitness! Yes, I’m a busy farmwife/gardener/homesteader, but I still try my hardest to make it a priority. This post may contain affiliate links.  See my disclosure here.  Also I’m not a medical professional- I’m just sharing my personal story.  Thanks for supporting my blog! I started off my fitness journey years ago by running, but as time went on I’ve done various things- from HIIT workouts, to CrossFit, to yoga. I’m hereREAD MORE

Fight illness with an olive leaf tincture! Learn to make your own!

How to Make an Olive Leaf Extract Tincture to Prevent Illness This post contains Amazon affiliate links.  You can read my disclosure policy here.  I’m also not a medical professional- this is based on my families personal experiences.  Thank you for supporting my blog! Wanna learn how to prevent and treat colds, flu and other sickness without going to the doctor?  Keep reading to learn to make an awesome herbal tincture that will do just that! It’s October and not only is it “autumn” or “fall”, but it’s also the season of sickness!! I don’tREAD MORE

Want an awesome garden? Start prepping in the fall for spring planting! Learn about my 6 top tips for getting your garden ready for spring.

This post contains Amazon affiliate links.  See my disclosure here.  Thanks for supporting my blog! OK, fellow gardeners, it’s mid-October and Kansas just had their first (and earliest!!) freeze! It’s time to start putting our gardens to bed for the year and getting them prepped for spring planting! Now, I must admit, this is one of my least favorite gardening chores.  It’s usually chilly out and who likes pulling dead plants and unstaking tomato cages, right?? But, while I’m doing it, I’m already planning for next year 🙂 So, let’s start prepping for spring, shallREAD MORE

Learn to make a quilted advent calendar for your family to enjoy this Christmas season! #christmas #advent #adventcalendar #countdowntochristmas

This post contains Amazon affiliate links… if you use my links, I will make a little money, but it won’t cost you any extra 🙂  Thanks for supporting my blog! Anybody thinking about Christmas?? If you know me in real life, you know that I strongly DISLIKE celebrating seasons too early and that I’m a summer girl at heart.  I don’t get giddy about fall or Hallmark movies- ha!  (I’m too busy dreaming about next year’s garden….) Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy celebrating the various holidays from October through December, but I prefer toREAD MORE

Ready to raise your own meat? Read this to jumpstart you on your journey to raising a year's supply of meat! #homesteading #raisingmeat

Raising a year’s supply of meat. You’ve bought your place out in the country, you’re ready to get “back to the land” and not be so dependent on outside forces, right? And one of the things that we’re all dependent on is the grocery store! So, it makes sense that a main goal for your new farm or homestead would be to produce all or most of your own food. This post may contain affiliate links.  See my disclosure here.  Thanks for supporting my blog! While it’s a little tougher to produce our own saltREAD MORE