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What can you find on homesteadingforwomen.com? It’s simple really, it’s like turning back the clock to a simpler time, a place where things are quiet and peaceful. The Homestead Women For Beginners site with tips to help get you started gardening, vintage skills, herbs, chickens, herbal remedies, crafts and cooking.
You don’t have a homestead to start living like one, read this 13 easy ways to start a homestead no matter where you live now.
If you listen carefully you can hear the crickets sing in the summertime, the rain drumming on the new metal roof in the rabbit barn on a midsummer afternoon rain, roosters crowing to let you know it’s time to get up and get busy with the homestead chores.
Live Life Simply
At night you can hear the owls talking to their neighbors in the tall oak trees around the farm. And sometimes you can hear coyotes howling at the moon and playing along the creek beds beside the cabin giving you goosebumps if you listen for too long.
Let me first say how happy I am to be writing this blog for women who want to get back to their roots and live a simple life again. Maybe you want to start your own Urban Homesteading For Beginners with your family like me.
It doesn’t matter where you life you can start your own backyard homestead here are some of my plans for this year. I think I made my list way to big.
Make Life Simple Again
I’ve had ups and downs like the rest of you and on these pages you find some of them. I’m sharing them so that maybe it will help someone not make the same mistakes I did. Or I might share some great wisdom I’ve found along the way.
So grab your favorite drink and head to your favorite chair and start browsing this fun site I created just for you! Enjoy! Just click on the pictures below to take you to the different categories I have on this blog. Thanks for stopping by!
You’ll find homestead lifestyle tips and advice on topics that I think every homestead woman should know, from planning ahead before you buy your homestead to being prepared for emergencies when you live out in the country.
I’ve always love to have a garden, sometimes things turn out and sometimes they don’t depending on the weather and if I’ve been lazy or on the ball during the summer months. Nothing you buy in the store has the same taste as fresh veggies from your own garden. It’s really fun to preserve some for eating in the winter months. Or share them with friends and family.
Chickens are a big part of our homestead, they are or favorite pets here on the farm and it’s such a blessing to eat fresh eggs every morning for breakfast.