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, saving money, our health, and long-term sustainability. These goals feel even more important this year than they have in the past. So here are our goals […]
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 a bit of a rough month on the homestead. My husband and I were recovering from oral surgery (he still has one more round to go later this month), and
I am a warrior fighting to survive multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and interstitial cystitis. When the transition of seasons fading from one to another is always very hard on my body. So, the question, I have been often asked is, “how do you homestead when you are chronically ill,” and I often respond with I just
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 a bit frozen outside, our project and garden prep has to begin in February, or we will not get everything accomplished for the year. Our prep includes finalizing all garden plans and budgets, ordering and starting some seeds, and starting our spring cleaning.
Planning is an integral part of a successful homestead and January is the perfect time to start planning the new year and our projects.