Making Space for Wildflowers

If keeping busy is a coping strategy for stress, I’m an expert at it. And luckily with a homestead, there’s no lack of things to do – especially when you are less than two years in. Build gardens, clean goat poop, install irrigation, plant things, clear trails, add infrastructure and so much more. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when a sea of projects is bearing…

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Thoughts from the Exit and Build Land Summit in Texas

This past weekend I attended the Exit and Build Land Summit hosted by the Live Free Academy in partnership with Texas Freedom Cell Network. There was some great speakers including Breanne and her husband William from Plum Fabulous Foods who shared their experience growing over 3,000lbs of food on just 0.7 acres. And one of my personal heroes, Joel Salatin delivered an excellent session via…

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Dwarf Goat Love: Bonnie & Clyde

I made a commitment to myself that I would start adding a new post at least once a week. Yet lo and behold, it’s been a week since my last post and I haven’t found the time to sit still and write. So instead, I picked up my camera and strolled down to say hi to our two Dwarf Nigerian goats, Bonnie and Clyde. Enjoy!