Easy Christmas Cookie Recipes- For the Ultimate Cookie Platter

  Easy Christmas Cookie Recipes for the Ultimate Cookie Platter Want to create the ultimate cookie platter that Old saint Nick himself could not resist? Then follow these easy recipes for  delicious and beautiful Christmas cookies. Making Christmas Cookies has been a tradition in my family for as long as I can remember. I’m still…

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How to Be Poor- What to Do When You Lose Everything

How to Be Poor-What to Do When You Lose Everything Lose your job? Lose of a loved one? Divorce? Health Issues? Life Emergency? We never plan for life crisis and yet, they always find us- when we are completely unprepared. Whether it is our own doing or no fault of our own we end up…

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Top Remedies for Sunburn Relief

Nothing can damper a beach vacation like a bad burn, but once the damage is done you need some Sunburn Relief to enjoy the rest of your vacation. Living on the coast most of my life, I have had (and seen) my fair share of sunburns. As a matter of fact, the picture above is my…

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Best Spaghetti Sauce Ever~Better than Prego!

The Best Spaghetti Sauce EVER! Better than Prego If you are new on your homesteading or healthy-eating journey, one of the challenges you may be facing is finding recipes that taste as good as the ones you are used to buying from the store, this was my challenge when finding a Spaghetti Sauce recipe my…

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Rosemary & Sea Salt Zucchini Chips: Paleo, Gluten & Grain-Free

Rosemary & Sea Salt Zucchini Chips: Paleo, Gluten & Grain-Free The wonderful aroma of Rosemary blends perfectly with your garden-fresh zucchini and it takes just minutes to make; slice, toss and place in your dehydrator it’s that easy to making this healthy snack. Adults and kids alike enjoy this zucchini chip recipe so it is…

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Strawberry Tops- 5 Amazing Uses + Bonus Video

Strawberry Tops- 5 Amazing uses and a bonus video! Are strawberry tops safe to eat? Not only are they safe to eat but they are full of vitamins and here are 5 ways to use them! Have you been throwing the best part of the strawberry away all these years? Well maybe not the best…

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3 Easy Ways to Dehydrate Herbs Without a Dehydrator

3 Ways to Dehydrate Herbs Without a Dehydrator.Drying herbs has to be one of the easiest things to do to preserve your harvest and save money. You can use your dehydrated herbs for: gifts, tea blends, spice mixes, potpourri and so much more. I love projects that take very little time and effort but have big…

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The Lost Art of Waving- It’s a Southern Thing

The Lost Art of Waving- It’s a Southern Thing Almost thirty years ago when visiting my husbands hometown in the South, I noticed many differences between the common folk (locals) and the tourist (Yankees- AKA me). One of the main things that stood out was their friendliness and Southern Hospitality. I was convinced everyone was…

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Edible Landscape Edging- Quick & Easy

Quick & Easy Edible Landscape Edging I should have added Cheap to the title as well because this little gardening idea is about the most affordable and attractive landscape edging you can do. The bonus? It is edible! How many people can claim that their landscape edging is edible? I used leaf lettuce for this…

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It’s More Than Just Chickens- It’s about feeding my family

  It’s More Than Just Chickens – It’s about feeding my family People across the country are fighting for the right to provide for their families with gardens and small backyard livestock. My family is one of those affected, and the new laws are taking the food off my children’s plates. This is our story. It’s More Than…

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Sweet Potato Quiche

  Sweet Potato Quiche- Gluten and Grain Free! Sweet Potato Quiche- I am always looking for new recipes my family will eat and enjoy, this recipe did not disappoint! The sweet potato crust brings a nice balance to the savory filling and it’s loaded with seasonal produce that should be easy to find any time…

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Benefits of Strawberries & Over 30 Ways to Use Them!

Benefits of Strawberries and over 30 ways to use them! Strawberry picking is one of the nostalgic memories I have of my youth and it is a tradition I have passed on to my children. Very rarely do we ever miss a strawberry season that we don’t go picking as a family. With the old…

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Nigerian Dwarf Goats- What to Know Before You Buy

Nigerian Dwarf Goats- What to know Before You Buy A couple of years ago we had the opportunity to buy two Nigerian Dwarf Goats, one Doe in milk and one doe kid. At the time, I knew nothing about: buying goats, owning goats or caring for goats. I had never milked a goat and my…

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Allergies- Top 10 Natural Remedies

Allergies- Top 10 Natural Remedies to help relieve symptoms So it is allergy season, your nose is stuffy, eyes are watery and itchy, you can’t open your windows, & you are miserable. But what are allergies and what can you do to feel better? Think of pollen as little sea urchins floating up your nasal…

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DIY Hummingbird Nectar Recipe & Bonus Tip

Ruby-throated Hummingbird DIY Hummingbird Nectar Recipe & Bonus Tip Spring is the time for the hummingbird migration from southern Mexico and Central America. As the hummingbirds make their way back to their northern homes they will need to stop for food and fuel. Make sure you have an ample source of food available for these feathered…

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God Called Me Today: a personal testimony

  God Called Me Today- a personal testimony Have you ever had something so amazing happen to you, you couldn’t wait to tell someone else? Well that has happened to me. I have never shared my testimony before, but I honestly can’t keep this to myself for one more second-God Called Me Today. Before I…

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Green Home: Sustainable Ways for Living on Planet Earth

Green Home: Sustainable Ways of Living on Planet Earth This article is a guest post from Jeffery Marlow  Efficient building is not a new phenomenon. In times past it may have been known as smart building or may have been a business practice that differentiated failed companies, from those that were passed on to succeeding…

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Dijon Mustard Recipe- Make Your Own in 2 Simple Steps!

DIY Dijon Mustard Recipe: Make Your Own in 2 Simple Steps! Dijon mustard actually comes from a region of France, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying it or making it yourself. This mustard pairs beautifully with meats, cheeses, pretzels, brats, biscuits , it is simply amazing and so easy to make. For a fraction…

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Rodent Repellent: DIY Critter-Ridder Recipe

  Rodent Repellent: DIY Critter-Ridder Recipe Are critters making a meal out of your home? Do they get into your trash? Do your birds go hungry because some varmint eats their seeds? Do deer eat your prized flowers and garden? As contractors (and someone who lives in an all cedar, squirrel-buffet house) we see critters…

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How to be Like Johnny Appleseed- and why you need to!

How to be Like Johnny Appleseed- and why you need to! To say I admire the life of John Champan would be a huge understatement. He lived the life that we are striving everyday to achieve. Who is John Chapman? You might know him better as Johnny Appleseed. John was from a different time but…

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DIY Seeds for Tomorrow Shaker: plant for pollinators

DIY Seeds for Tomorrow Shaker; planting for pollinators As a beekeeper and a avid gardener, I realize the importance for both (plants and bees) in my existence. But not just my existence, that of the human race as well. Almost 90 percent of the world’s flowering species require insects or other animals for pollination. What will…

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DIY Citrus Candles: Eco-Friendly & Easy

  DIY Citrus Candles: Eco-Friendly & Easy This fun little project pleases my lifestyle in so many ways. #1 It is an easy (I mean easy) DIY project. #2 It is budget-friendly, no cost involved; if you have the ingredients on-hand, otherwise- wait until the next time you eat an orange to make! #3 It…

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DIY Pancake Gift Basket: Budget-Friendly Gifts

DIY Pancake Gift Basket; Budget-Friendly Gifts For as long as I can remember I have loved making my own gifts for others, from crocheting to canned jams. As I got older I grew to appreciate and cherish the handmade gifts my grandmothers used to make me and understand the time they put into each gift.…

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10 Homesteading Resolutions to Make for 2016

10 Homesteading Resolutions to Make for 2016 Are you tired of a full schedule that is void of substance?  Do you want more Freedom, Independence and a Self-Sufficient lifestyle? Does Homesteading appeal to you? What is Homesteading? Homesteading is about reviving old skills, a lifestyle of self-sufficiency, joining others on the journey, sharing your knowledge…

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10 Prepping Resolutions to Make for 2016

10 Prepping Resolutions to Make for 2016 We are not promised tomorrow, nor are we guaranteed to continue to have the quality of life we enjoy right now. Whether it’s an EMP (electromagnetic pulse), Natural Disaster or a Terrorist Attack, it is always best to be prepared. Prepping Resolution to Make #1- B.O.B Make a…

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Gifts made with Citrus- Budget Friendly

Turn citrus peels into a fun array of homemade citrus gifts! From candles to cleaners to luxurious body scrubs – you may never throw out a citrus peel again. Source: 9 Easy Homemade Citrus Gifts 9 Easy Homemade Citrus Gifts From kitchen cleaner to bird feeders, there is nothing you can’t do with citrus. Hop…

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Christmas Gifts for Chickens

  Christmas Gifts Your Chickens will Love! Something for every budget. I know you love your feathered friends (I only have hens so I call them my girls) and don’t want to leave them out this time of the year. Especially after all the hard work they do for you by providing fresh eggs, meat,…

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DIY Everything Scrub-better than Comet!

DIY Everything Scrub- better than Comet! I call this the Everything Scrub because I literally use it on everything from: Sinks to Tubs, Pots and Pans, Oven, Burnt on food, Dirty hands, Etc. You will love how efficiently this scrub works- one of my favorite recipes and best sellers! I have taken years to develop…

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DIY All-Purpose Citrus Kitchen Cleaner

  All-Purpose Kitchen Cleaner Did you know there is a difference between your kitchen cleaner and kitchen disinfectant? Some cleaners are meant to clean (lift grease) and some are meant to disinfect (kill germs), rarely does your average kitchen cleaner do both. Not only that, but if you are spraying your counters then wiping them…

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Christmas Potpourri: The wonderful smells of Christmas-without all the work

Christmas Potpourri: The wonderful scents of Christmas-without all the work. The sense of smell, more than sight, hearing or even taste, is where we store our most cherished and vintage memories. Whether its sitting by a crackling fire, decorating fresh-baked cookies,or the smell of pine as you decorate the Christmas Tree; these scents of Christmas…

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Stuffing Bread Loaf: Never buy store-bought again

Stuffing Bread Loaf  special thanks to King Arthur Flour for the inspiration  This recipe for Stuffing bread is so delicious and full of savory flavor, you will never buy store-bought again. Stuffing Bread Loaf- Never buy store-bought again Save Recipe Print Recipe Ingredients2 3/4 cups All purpose unbleached flour (I use King Arthur)2 teaspoons instant yeast1…

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Okra Santa Ornaments: Budget-Friendly DIY Gifts

Okra Santa Ornaments: Budget-Friendly DYI Gifts Preserve a part of your garden (or your neighbors garden) by making Santa’s out of dried okra, this adorable Santa is sure to generate conversation. You can share with friends about your garden and  your favorite okra recipe, they will think about you every time they hang this cute…

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Compact Coffee & Coco Condiments: Budget-Friendly DIY Gifts

Compact Coffee & Coco Condiments: Budget-Friendly DIY Gifts The morning cup of coffee has an exhilaration about it which the cheering influence of the afternoon or evening cup of tea cannot be expected to reproduce. ~Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., “Over the Teacups,” 1891 Who doesn’t love coffee or hot coco? I can’t think of one…

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Tea To-Go: Budget-Friendly DIY Gifts

…Mr. Hanway endeavours to show, that the consumption of tea is injurious to the interest of our country…. he is to expect little justice from the author of this extract, a hardened and shameless tea drinker, who has for twenty years diluted his meals with only the infusion of this fascinating plant, whose kettle has…

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DIY Grill Seasoning Kit: Budget-Friendly Gifts

  DIY Grill Seasoning Kit- Budget Friendly Gifts This budget friendly grill kit is the perfect gift to give any time of the year. They are great for camping, cooking out, or take to on vacations; the small size makes them easy to pack and store. When you make something for someone you are giving…

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Easy DIY Santa Ornaments

Easy DIY Gifts- Ah-Dorable Santa Ornaments Make these Easy Santa Ornaments for $1.00! This cute gift is so easy to make, they would be perfect for kids and adults alike to give as gifts for the holidays. The best part? You can make 20 Santa ornaments for $1.00! Place them in cellophane bags with a…

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Home Made “Maple” Syrup- without a maple tree

Home Made “Maple Syrup” without a maple tree! Homemade “Maple” Syrup- without a maple tree Several years ago I was reading a farming magazine when I came across a recipe for Corn Cob Syrup- a maple syrup knockoff made from corn cobs. The article had attached quotes saying “my grandfather swears this is better than…

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20 Free Things to Do in Any Town or City

We have become a society where happiness can be bought with money (or so we have been told by social media) and so few of us have any. So we punish ourselves with guilt thinking we are unable to provide fun for our family because we cannot afford to. Working hard all the time, and…

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Easy Candied Nuts- Only 3 Ingredients!

  Easy Candied Nuts with Only 3 Ingredients Fall and the holidays are a favorite time to enjoy the sweet and savory taste of flavored nuts. Whether covered in cinnamon and sugar or sea salt and rosemary, everyone loves to snack on these delicious treats. Perfect for gift-giving or your holiday entertaining, you are sure…

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Taco Seasoning- better than the package!

Taco Seasoning- better than the package! Taco seasoning is one of those kitchen staples we never think of making from scratch, I  believe we feel it would be too difficult to make or there is some secret ingredient that would be impossible to replicate. Truth is, it is very easy, full of flavor and best…

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Everything Garlic: Growing, Cooking and Medicine

Garlic has to be one of the favorites of both the culinary and medicinal world. It has been in use for over 5000 years and it’s popularity is growing stronger than ever. I’m not sure if that is due in part of the Twilight series becoming so popular or the ever-increasing amount of antibiotic resistant…

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How to Grow Sweet Potatoes- in 5 Easy Steps

How to Grow Sweet Potatoes- in 5 Easy Steps I’ve never ran across a sweet potato I didn’t like; Sweet Potato Fries, Sweet Potato Casserole, Sweet Potatoes and Beets, Sweet Potato Noodles, Sweet Potatoes and Marshmallows, Sweet Potato Pie, Sweet Potato Butter, Sweet Potato Chips– you name it SWEET and I like it *insert Bubba…

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Skillet Herbed Chicken & Tomatoes

  Skillet Herbed Chicken & Tomatoes This simple dish taste as good as it looks. Pallet-pleasing flavors and eye catching colors, this is sure to be one of your families staples. Skillet herbed Chicken & Tomatoes Ingredients 1-1/2 pounds thin-sliced chicken, boneless 1 1/2 teaspoons dried basil leaves or 3 1/2 TBS of Fresh basil 1…

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Palmetto Farm Shrimp and Grits

Southern Shrimp- n- Grits Recipe from Palmetto Farms FOR GRITS 1 ½ cups chicken broth 1 ½ cups milk 3/4 cup Palmetto Farms Stone Ground Grits 1 cup cheddar cheese 1/4 tsp. salt (or more to taste) FOR SHRIMP TOPPING 1 cup diced bacon 1 lb . medium peeled shrimp ½ cup thinly sliced onion…

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How to Make Honey Straws for Fun & Profit

  How to Make Honey Straws for Fun and Profit Did you know not only does raw honey taste deliciously amazing but it is the only food that doesn’t spoil, is used to treat  burns, helps with allergies, and contains antibacterial and antimicrobal properties. Raw honey contains up to 80 different substances important to human nutrition.…

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Summer Pita Pizza with Spinach Salad

  Summer Pita Pizzas with Spinach Salad When you eat in season and from what is grown locally, your dishes take on a whole new flavor. Your pallet will awaken with a new admiration for foods it used to think were bland or tasteless. Challenge yourself to try and create new dishes from your garden…

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15 Quick Ways to Make Money at Home: Part 1

15 Quick Ways to Make Money from Home: Part 1   We’ve all been there, you need money for something and are flat broke. You’re either: between jobs, your paycheck is two weeks away, you just had to pay rent, you missed work because you or the kids were sick, or you had some other…

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15 Quick Ways to Make Money From Home: Part 2

15 Quick Ways to Make Money From Home; part 2   We’ve all been there.  You need money for something and are flat broke. You’re either between jobs, or your paycheck is two weeks away, you just had to pay rent, you missed work because you or the kids were sick, or you had some…

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Red, White and Blue-Berry Goodness Appetizer

  Red, White and Blue-Berry Goodness Appetizer This amazing dish couldn’t be easier to make and the WOW factor is certainly there. Little hands can help with assembling this beautiful appetizer for your picnic or gathering . Red, White and Blue-Berry Goodness Ingredients Blueberries Raspberries or Strawberries Miniature Marshmallows (you can substitute with another fruit…

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Bird Flu- Learn How to Protect Your Flock

          The Bird Flu- How to Protect Your Flock The bird flu is a nation-wide epidemic and spreading over 27 states and counting. Government agencies are seizing and culling back-yard chickens for ‘suspicion’ of the flu leaving the owners helpless (Read more here) and without a flock. The Avian Influenza is a…

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Goat Cheese Appetizer- Ready in 5 mins

With goat cheese you either love it, or you don’t. I adore goat cheese; it has a rich, creamy, light texture and adds the perfect compliment to many dishes. The milk our girls give us (Nigerian Dwarf Goats) has a sweet creamy richness you can’t find anywhere else. Crumble it on top of salads or…

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Chocolate Cups – turn the ordinary into extraordinary!

Chocolate Cups- turn the ordinary into extraordinary! What fun AND so easy to create! Chocolate Cup Ingredients 1 bag semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips 1 bag white chocolate chips 2 microwave safe bowls Small balloons (snag at a party or dollar store) Parchment or waxed paper Cookie sheet Chocolate Cup Directions Place the semi-sweet or milk…

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Tomato Pie

Amazing Southern Tomato Pie A Southern dish that demands to be made and eaten.  At first glance and even sound of ‘tomato pie’ sounds unappetizing – it truly is a wonderful culinary experience to behold! Tomato Pie Ingredients One-9″pie shell [homemade or store bought!] 1/2 yellow or red onion, chopped 1 tablespoon butter or olive…

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Gardening Ideas from A to Z Part 4

Part 4 Check out this UH-MAY-ZING series of gardening ideas from every letter in the alphabet! Join me in this gardening series as we journey through every letter of the alphabet, reading about different gardening methods from Experts all over the country. Whether you are gardening on a balcony or 100 acres, from the novice…

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Beekeeping on a Budget

  If you have read my post about Getting Started with Bees ( click here if you haven’t read it yet) then you already know that getting started with beekeeping can be a pretty expensive initial investment, just two hives and safety equipment for two people can cost around $1,000-yikes! You’re going to get stung enough…

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Pallet Gardens: Simple, Easy & Free

  Pallet Gardening; Simple, Easy & Free It’s all the craze lately (and honestly I don’t know what took us so long), the art of re-purposing pallets. The pallet patent was granted in 1939 to two men who I consider the  grandfathers  of my new pallet world. Go on Pinterest one time and search pallets…

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Gardening Ideas from A-Z Part 3

  Gardening from A-Z Part 3 Check out this UH-MAY-ZING series of gardening ideas from every letter in the alphabet! Join me in this gardening series as we journey through every letter of the alphabet, reading about different gardening methods from Experts all over the country. Whether you are gardening on a balcony or 100…

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Gardening Ideas from A-Z Part 2

  Gardening from A-Z Part 2 Check out this UH-MAY-ZING series of gardening ideas from every letter in the alphabet! Join me in this gardening series as we journey through every letter of the alphabet, reading about different gardening methods from Experts all over the country. Whether you are gardening on a balcony or 100…

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Hydroponic & Aeroponic Gardening

    Hydroponic & Aeroponic Gardening- growing food without soil What is Hydroponic Gardening? Basically hydroponic gardening is growing food without soil, adding refined minerals to water that circulates around the roots of the plants that are grown in some type of container. If I told my grandparents (God rest their souls) about this, my…

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Gardening Ideas from A to Z part 1

   Gardening from A-Z Part 1 Check out this UH-MAY-ZING series of gardening ideas from every letter in the alphabet! Join me in this gardening series as we journey through every letter of the alphabet, reading about different gardening methods from Experts all over the country. Whether you are gardening on a balcony or 100…

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Aquaponics- Growing Food with Fish

  Aquaponics, growing food with fish, a perfect harmony   “Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture and hydroponics” Meet Travis and Lori Hughey. They have a small acreage (they called it small- it’s 7 Acres!) farm/homestead in South Carolina where they live with their three children. They farm, garden, homeschool, mentor, invent, raise livestock, cook…

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Frugal & Free Landscape and Garden

Frugal & Free Landscape and Garden  Did your money tree fail to produce this year? Do you want a pretty yard or a lush garden but low on cash? Have no fear, The Queen of the frugal gardeners is here! I have over 15 tips to help you have a frugal & free landscape and…

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What to do with a Rooster

    What to do with a Rooster? You were so excited to become a growing number of proud back yard chicken owners. You built  a cute little coop, maybe even hung a curtain or two, told all of your friends you would soon be in supply of Fresh Eggs. Placed your order for Pullets…

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Free Vacations: Find out How

 10 FREE Vacations The title almost sounds like a bad timeshare scam, but the truth is, you can take a free vacation; we’ve been doing it for over a decade and I want to share our secret with you. I always run into friends that wish they could take a vacation, but can never afford to…

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Homesteading? There’s an App for That!

Homesteading? There’s an app for that! In the long history of electronic revolution; farming, gardening and homesteading is one thing that has seen very little change over time. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it- right? It comes as no surprise that mobile technology has yet to follow suit the same as it has in other areas…

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Supply List for Chicks

Supply List for Getting started with Chickens Ready for some FRESH, Organic, Nutrient-dense, Delicious Eggs ??? Spring has sprung and you’re dying to become a member of the exceedingly growing population of backyard and urban chicken keepers.  You’ve done all your research, you’ve decided what type of chickens you want, you know how many to…

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Why tomatoes aren’t tomatoes anymore

  Why Tomatoes Aren’t Tomatoes Anymore This post is part of a series from an interview with a local produce stand owner and operator, Mary Beth Pope of Mary Beth’s Sustainable Foods located in South Carolina. Selling locally sourced and organic food Mary Beth has operated a successful local produce stand for over five years…

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Getting started with bees

Getting Started with Bees & start-up cost In terms of homesteading trends that have gained popularity in the last decade, beekeeping has to be at the top of the list; from rooftop apiaries to backyard urban beekeeping. With all of the media buzz (pun intended) about CDC (Colony Collapse Disorder) and the increased awareness of…

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How I trained my chickens

  How I Trained My Chickens Would you believe my chickens are potty trained, stay in the yard without a fence, and clean out their own coop? No???? Well good because those type of chicken skills are way beyond my reach and I’m pretty sure next to impossible. However, I have been able to successfully…

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Getting Started With Chickens

Getting Started with Chickens My grandparents raised chickens, along with many family members out west, but they have long passed and seeking their wisdom is a window that closed several years ago (what I wouldn’t give to have that opportunity again). If my grandma had a cup of coffee in her hand she had a…

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FROM TRASH TO TREASURE- Yard Sales 101

      Getting up early on Saturday mornings with my mom to go hunting yard sales and hidden treasures was a tradition throughout my youth. It was the only place I could take my meager babysitting money and get a lot of bang for my buck. I became good at haggling at a young age…

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Ways to Go Green-20 Easy Steps

  Many of us are making the change to go green, and are living sustainable and responsibly for our environment and ourselves. By ditching the synthetic chemicals, foods with toxins, buying energy efficient appliances, recycling, solar energy, off grid and more, you can help. But where do you start? It can be overwhelming to do…

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How to Save Money on Produce

10 ways to help you save $ on local and organic produce This post is part of a series from an interview with a local produce stand owner and operator, Mary Beth Pope of Mary Beth’s Sustainable Foods located in South Carolina, selling locally sourced and organic food. Mary Beth has operated a successful local produce…

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When Eating Healthy is too Expensive

If I had a dime for every time I heard “I can’t afford to eat good” or “Organic food is too expensive”, I wouldn’t need to type an article about saving money . But you know what? They’re right! People can’t afford to eat healthy and organic, it is too expensive. Last summer I paid…

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4 Easy DIY Fire Starters

You’ve all seen it before; some idiot pouring gasoline on a pile of wood to get a fire started then **poof!** Worse yet, turpentine, lighter fluid, paint thinner, and any other flammable liquid people can get their hands on. Without going into the obvious reason not to use any of these methods mentioned above; fire…

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Let Thieves Protect You

The story of The Four Thieves. Four Thieves Vinegar,  Also refereed to Marseilles Vinegar. Researching the history/story of The Four Thieves and it’s original recipe you will find as many different variations as if you looked up the history of the original pizza. Everyone claims to be the first to the discovery and have the…

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Eating like the Jetsons?

  What if I told you that you could help supplement your diet with organic fruits and vegetables that you make yourself and take it in a pill??? Sounds a little space age doesn’t it? Well it’s not, in fact it’s quite simple and cost-effective. Keep reading and I’ll show you how

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6 DIY Air Conditioner Tips – You Need to do Before Summer

  6 DIY Air Conditioner Tips you need to do before Summer. Plus what to do when your air conditioner isn’t working. Here on the east coast of South Carolina we go from 20 to 90 degrees and completely skip Spring. If you blink you’ll miss the one day without pollen so you can open…

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Top 10 Homesteading Resolutions to Make for 2017

  Top 10 Homesteading Resolutions to Make for 2017 Are you tired of a full schedule that is void of substance?  Do you want more Freedom, Independence and a Self-Sufficient lifestyle? Does Homesteading appeal to you? If you answered yes to any of these questions then it’s time to start your homesteading journey and make…

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