How to Stock and Store First Aid Kits for Homestead Animals

How to Stock and Store First Aid Kits for Homestead Animals

Having a well-stocked first aid kit is a vital part of owning animals on a homestead. Learn how we stock our kits and why we use buckets to store our supplies! Why it’s important to stock your animal first aid kits before you need them: An essential part of caring for...
Valentines for Gardeners & Homesteaders

Valentines for Gardeners & Homesteaders

These free, printable Valentine’s Day cards are a perfect way to show your love for that special homesteader or gardener in your life! Sometimes, between all the chores and craziness of homesteading and gardening, you’ve just gotta have a little fun! And...
2018 Homestead Management Binder

2018 Homestead Management Binder

Christmas may be over, but I seriously feel like one of Santa’s elves right now! I have been busy working on updating the Homestead Management Binder over the past month and I am so excited to announce that the 2018 version of the Homestead Management Binder is...
How to Prepare your Homestead for Winter

How to Prepare your Homestead for Winter

Ready or not, fall is here and winter isn’t too far behind! It’s the perfect time to prepare your homestead for the upcoming winter and changing weather. Here’s the deal: winter is cold. I hate being cold. Like, I really hate it. But, winter does...
Ten Reasons Why Weeds Are Not the Enemy

Ten Reasons Why Weeds Are Not the Enemy

It may not seem like weeds could serve any beneficial purpose, right? Think again! Weeds may not be all bad after all! ** I may receive a commission at no additional cost to you from purchases made through links in this article. Full Disclosure Link ** I feel like I...
Free, Printable To Do Lists for the Homesteader

Free, Printable To Do Lists for the Homesteader

I’m always working on about 72,456 projects at once. Sometimes, I’ll even finish one of them! There’s no denying that building a homestead is a big job, whether you have a 1/4 acre or 200 acres! There are always a million things to get done. I sometimes even...