Hearth and Seed Homestead

What's Happening on the Homestead

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Welcome to our cozy homestead. We're thrilled that you've decided to stop by! We've got plenty of updates and tips to share about gardening, homesteading, and life. We're all about creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere, so feel free to browse through our site and let us know if you have any questions or comments. Whether you're a seasoned homesteader or just starting, we have something for everyone here.

Thanksgiving
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...
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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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Homesteading When You Are Chronically Ill
I am a warrior fighting to survive multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and interstitial cystitis. When the transition of seasons fading from one to another...
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Homestead Prep: February Edition
It is February here in Tennessee, and that means it is time to start prepping for our projects here on the homestead. Even though it is still cold and...
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5 Authentic Reasons to Start Homesteading in 2022
We have seen so many people longing to have a more self-sufficient life, so here are five reasons why you should start homesteading in 2022!
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How to Make a Homestead Plan for the Year
Planning is an integral part of a successful homestead and January is the perfect time to start planning the new year and our projects.
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Welcome to our Homestead
Welcome to our journey on our homestead and it is much more than a self-sufficient life; it is a spiritual journey.