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Our Exciting Homestead Goals for 2023
This post is coming a bit late in 2023, but our goals list is finally more finalized than in January. Our yearly goals revolved around a few central tenets,...
Homemade Homestead Kitchen Restocking
I recently saw a video on Tiktok of a fellow homesteader doing a homemade kitchen restock and fell in love with this practice. We have since begun to do...
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February 2023 Homestead Update
Happy February and Blessed Imbolc! This time of year we prepare to welcome back the warmth and start our journey into growing season.  January was...
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Llewellyn's Datebook and Almanacs for 2023 | A Review
It is the start of the new year, and one of my favorite parts is the new planners, calendars, and almanacs. Between my MS and my neurodivergent brain,...
December Homestead Update
I can hardly believe that December and this year are almost done! In some ways, this year feels like it has flown by; in others, it was ten years long....
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Delicious Apple Galette | Featured Recipe
It is that time of year when we all are baking beautiful holiday pies and treats for our families. I had the great privilege of sitting down with my dear...
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Our Black Friday shopping Recommendations
We know that the winter holidays are just around the corner and the gifting season is coming with it. Here on the homestead we try to be supporters of...
Our Thanksgiving on the Homestead
While our “thanksgiving” is on the pagan holiday of Mabon, we have a wonderful dinner for those in our family who are not pagan on Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving...
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5 New Skills to Learn on the Homestead
A large part of the homesteader’s life is to learn new skills that can help benefit our way of life or the homestead itself. Unlike the homesteaders of...
How to Stay Warm During A Cold Winter
Winters in Tennessee are a bit like playing roulette, you never know exactly what kind we will get. It could be cold and wet, bitter and snowy, or dry...
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