Latest Episodes

  • We are finally breaching the all-too-common homesteading topic of backyard chickens, and there's a good reason why! Since 2020, soaring egg prices and shortages have continued to be a normal part of your average grocery store visit. Whether or not you should […]
  • Homemakers are always learning new techniques and skills and are always trying new things or maintaining old ones. There is absolutely no shame in homemaking. It is a life of service showing others how much they matter. Homemakers deeply love, wholeheartedly care, […]
  • “Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.” ― Henry David Thoreau When you choose to live in harmony with the seasons, other opportunities present […]
  • It’s common knowledge that homesteading takes a lot of work. We’ve all chosen this life so we love said work. However, when you’re looking to go on vacation, finding others comfortable and willing to do our daily chores can be a difficult […]
  • If you have close neighbors to your homestead, then you’ve probably heard some complaints… so have we. Luckily, we do also have some neighbors who love the homestead sights, sounds, and smells. You may not have as many direct neighbors as we […]
  • It was a hot topic in the last two seasons. Raising and harvesting your own meat birds is one of those things in homesteading that naturally seems to be a level-up. After getting comfortable raising our own veggies and fruits, of course, […]
  • We came up with FIVE super important things to keep in mind as you homestead, renovate, or project alongside your spouse. Join us as we talk homesteading as a couple.  As always, thank you for joining us! We're so glad you're here. […]
  • It's a good question. Should you make your homesteading venture a business or just let it be a part of your life without bringing any money in? There are a few things to consider before taking the plunge into a homesteading business, […]
  • What does having a child(ren) on the homestead look like? It doesn't have to be a world of chaos and checking boxes. With a little structure and presence of mind, it can be a beautiful, quiet growing time rooted in God, nature, […]
  • Prepping, being prepared, food supply, and more are words and phrases cropping up into modern language more and more nowadays, but what if we told you that you don't have to have a doomsday bunker full of food in order to feel […]
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