Every country boy needs a good truck. We’ve had a truck in some form or fashion ever since, so when I had the opportunity to review the 2016 Toyota Tacoma I said absolutely!
After reading a couple of books, I feel I now know enough that in a few weeks I’ll be buying less of certain vegetables at the Farmer’s Market.
With homesteading, there is always so much to do. Depending on the time of the year, there are endless harvests to preserve, gardening or weeding to be done. There are no mornings to sleep in, as the animals need tending to. It can quickly get exhausting during the busy season. Throw in the kids getting a […]
We love turkey. For sausage, for burger, for the drumsticks, at Thanksgiving. And, if you have chickens already, adding in a turkey or two on the backyard homestead really isn’t that difficult.
Buying a pig and becoming self sufficient in providing meat for you and your family.
Recently, I was sent the Safe Plant and Garden Bundle by Eco Smart to try out for review at my quasi-homestead. This bundle contains a 24oz bottle of their Weed and Grass Killer, a 24oz bottle of their Garden Fungicide, a 24oz bottle of their Garden Insect Killer and a 6oz bottle of their Insect […]
Through consignment and resale stores, parents can bring in cash by selling outgrown clothing, toys and other nice quality items. Especially in challenging economic times, many families need to bring in some extra income for spending money, to help pay bills, or even to provide for basics. Selling or consigning items at resale shops can be an easy and flexible part-time job for stay-at-home moms and dads.