Here’s a little secret: I’ve been known to be a bit impulsive on occasion.
The decision to quit my job and move to Hawaii. The time I invited Beth to leave Denver to come to live with me.
I like to call it “trusting my gut” or “taking a leap of faith” but others might see it as making rash decisions.
Most of the time, this has worked out in my favor – with whatever jump I’ve taken, I’ll find a net to catch me.
But there is a time and a place when I most certainly do NOT make decisions from a place of unknown.
Let me ask you this: Have you considered WHY you really want a homestead? Or why you farm?
Is it because you want to improve your health? Connect with the land? Experience personal freedom? Sure, it’s likely all of the above, but at the core of any reason is that you want to feel good.
So, I’m going to introduce to the idea of the Holistic Homestead, and how this will be the single most important piece of homestead or farm knowledge you can learn.
So how do you ensure your vegetables are nutrient dense, with bigger yields and less time in the garden? And what is a permaculture garden, anyway?
I’m going to lay out the 5 best ways you can transition to a permaculture style garden.
Have you ever seen the Discovery Channel show Alaska The Last Frontier?
We don’t have a TV, but this is the one show we go out of our way to watch and have followed it from season one. These people have been a huge inspiration in our homestead journey.
I was stoked to hear I’d been invited to join their summit, but with less than a 24-hour notice it was a scramble to get prepared!
Not to mention, riding the waves of excitement and high adrenaline.
It’s no secret: homesteading life and projects cost money.
There’s the materials, the tools, time and all the little parts and pieces for this ONE THING you can’t do without to complete the project. Even a small project can easily go over budget.