Last night, I was wanted salmon cakes for dinner. My husband isn’t really a fan of seafood. Thankfully, my husband even he enjoys these. Maybe it’s the chili
Cheap and easy, pressure canning beef stew is a must for your pantry. This beef stew recipe was the second recipe I ever made in a pressure canner.
(affiliate link) I posted this book review on my other site, www.HerbalPrepper.com, and thought you all would appreciate what this book has to offer. So, it turns out
Yesterday, I wrote about why I think paying off debt is the best use of one’s tax return money. But, everyone’s circumstances are different. Sometimes, there is nothing left
In yesterday’s post, I listed 25 ways to allocate your tax return to increase self-reliance, which is at the core of homesteading. This was not an exhaustive list,
Every Yuletide season, I think about what I’d like to accomplish in the coming year. Some years see more success than others, and those more successful years typically
What kinds of appliances and tools belong in a sustainable kitchen? First off, what do I mean by sustainable? This term gets kicked around very loosely these days,
I’ve been advocating for a long time that we would all benefit by being more mindful of our spending habits. Often, this is in regard to being more
Hi everyone! I’m back from our homestead up north where, unfortunately, we do not yet have Internet access. It was a lovely trip, great to get away, and
We took our two young children to the pediatrician this morning. They have both had nasty colds, complete with coughing, nasal congestion, coughing, runny noses, and oh, did I mention coughing?