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Are you a first-time homesteader or a wannabe homesteader? There are many things to consider before taking the plunge and buying land for the first time. That’s why I created my Homestead Binder Printable. So you could print off this and add the pages to a binder.
What this does is gives you the basics of what you really need to learn and look for when considering buying land for the first time. And what skills you will need in order to live out in a rural area for the first time.
Homesteading Isn’t Like Instagram
It’s not like Instagram folks I can tell you that FOR SURE!
I know that’s kinda mean but it’s the truth. I was watching a Youtube video where a girl took off work for a year to travel on a bus she converted for living in while driving around the countryside. She was showing her makeshift bathroom which was a bucket under her bed. Yikes!
She said in the camera, “Well folks, it ain’t like Instagram that’s for sure.” I started laughing. Of course, it’s not!
The same can be said about homesteading on Instagram is totally different than real life. Not pretty pictures, most of the time. Some of them have tried to show the truth but were shamed so badly that they aren’t on there any longer.
I’m sure if you look hard enough you might find someone brave enough to show how it really is to live on a farm. But I’m sure they won’t show most of the bad stuff that can happen.
I Love Living Out In The Country
That being said, I wouldn’t change my life for the world!
I love living out in the country, where wild animals roam around, stealing chickens and bits of my garden every chance they get.
But I also get to see baby deer, playing around my pond. Chasing, splashing each other in my front field. It’s priceless!
Homestead Binder Printable What’s Inside?
That’s why I created this homestead binder with the beginner in mind. I’ve made a checklist of what you should look for when buying land. The important questions you should be asking, the skills you need to learn, challenge checklist of skills you can learn in a year.
I’ve included egg collection pages, monthly goals sheets and so much more. Here’s a look at what you get:
This 69-page Printable Homestead Binder, includes Homestead binder cover, planning pages, and more including:
- Belongs To
- Yearly Goals
- 12 Monthly Planning
- Homestead First Year Goals Cover
- Homestead Why Start One
- Homestead goals
- Homestead First Year Goals
- Easy Homestead Skills To Learn
- Homestead First Year Goals Checklist
- Homestead Wish List
- Homestead Notes
- Homestead Skills To Learn Cover
- Homestead Skills To Learn checklist
- Homestead Skills To Learn Notes Sheet
- Homestead Land Cover
- Homestead Buying Land Checklist
- Homestead Land Checklist Blank
- Homestead Land Buying Notes
- Homestead Chickens Cover
- Homestead Chicken Lined
- Monthly Egg Collection
- Annual Egg Collection
- Homestead Income & Expense Cover
- Homestead Expense
- Homestead Income
- Work At Home Ideas Cover
- Homestead Money Making Ideas Lined
- Work At Home Ideas For Homesteaders Lined
- Homestead Farmers Market Cover
- Farmers Market Event Planner
- Farmers Market To Do List
- Farmers Market Inventory Checklist
- Farmers Market Sales
- Pantry Cover
- Pantry Inventory Lined
- Refrigerator Inventory Lined
- Freezer Inventory Lined
- Long Term Storage Inventory Lined
- Homestead Food Preserve Challenge
- Food Preserving Planner Lined
- Food Preserve Challenge Checklist
- Food Preserve Challenge Recipes
- Preserves Notes
- Homestead Notes Cover
- Weekly Chores Sheet
- Homestead Project Planner
- Garden Tool Wish List
- Plants Wish List
- Homestead Garden Planner
- Homestead Harvest Sheet
- Seeds On Hand Lined
- Cute Notes Lined
- Lined Notes Sheets
Size of Journal 8 1/2 x 11
Instant Download (Nothing will be Shipped)
Get The Homestead Binder Here!
Take a look at the inside.
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