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Essential Oils For Beginners

Essential Oils For Beginners 5 Easy Steps To Start Using Oils

Are you looking for alternatives to drug store medicine? Switching out drug store for natural medicines is easier than you might think. Today I’m sharing essential oils for beginners, 5 easy steps to start using oils in your home! I recommend buying oils only from a reputable company. I love Plant Therapy’s Essential Oil Starter […]

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Decluttering and Organize Storage Solutions Without Feeling Overwhelmed 30 day challenge

Decluttering and Organize Storage Solutions Without Feeling Overwhelmed

Clutter getting you down? It does me! But I’ve been doing something about that this year. One-room-at-a-time.  I thought I would share some of my decluttering and organize storage solutions that’s worked for me. We have a rather small home and we sell antiques and collectibles. So you can imagine what my house looks like. […]

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Old Fashioned Sourdough Biscuits

Old Fashioned Sourdough Biscuits Cooked In My Grill!

Old fashioned sourdough biscuits cooked in my grill! Can you believe it? I didn’t know you could cook bread in a grill.  I was complaining to a friend of mine that my oven quit working and she told me that when she snowbirds to Florida each year, she makes her bread on the grill. AWESOME! […]

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7 Immune system Boosting Using All Natural Remedies -That Really Work!

7 Immune System Boosting Using All Natural Remedies -That Really Work!

Is there a sickness going around and you don’t want to get it? I’m sharing with you today 7 immune system boosting using all natural remedies that really work! I’ve done the research for you and found the best natural remedy that will boost your immune system and keep you from getting sick. Sounds awesome […]

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Best Chainsaw Hard Hat for the money

What Is The Best Chainsaw Hard Hat For The Money?

If you’re a homesteader then you probably have a chainsaw. Safety should be a top priority when working with big or small equipment around the farm. Today I want to talk about the best chainsaw hard hat for the money. Mr. B just got a new hard hat for Christmas and I really did some […]

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How I Make Dog Food In A Rice Cooker that my dogs love

How I Make Dog Food In A Rice Cooker

Are you concerned  about feeding your dogs commercial dog food? I sure am! I’ve been making my own for many years now. It’s not really hard to make and I make up a batch for all week. In this post I’ll share with you how I make dog food In a rice cooker with a […]

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Which Herbs Grow Better From Seeds

Which Herbs Do Better Grown From Seeds?

Some of us have the desire to grow our own herbs but lack the knowledge of how to get started. There are a lot of questions that come along with starting an herb garden. For instance, which herbs do better if they were grown from seeds? To  guarantee your herb garden success is to start […]

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Winter Chore Clothes Must Haves Essentials

Winter Chore Clothes Must Haves For Homestead Women

Keeping warm is essential when doing chore work outside. That’s why I made a list of Winter Chore Clothes Must Haves For Homestead Women. Things I think you just can’t go without if you live on a farm. These things don’t need to be expensive, you might even find some of them at the thrift […]

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HOMESTEADING 2019 Year in review

2019 Year In Review -What I Did On The Homestead

Looking back over the year is always fun, I get to see what I’ve done and what I didn’t do. Reflecting on the past helps me plan for the future. So, I’m really happy that I did this 2019 year in review. I do think I forgot to do one last year but you can […]

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January Garden To Do List Free Planner

January Garden To Do List -Homestead Tasks

What’s on your January garden to do list? I have my handy garden binder printed out, gathered up my favorite colored pens to start planning what new plants I want to try out in my garden this year. I’m in heaven day dreaming about my garden. Pouring over seed catalogs next to the fireplace in […]

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