Winter is officially here and with it comes another seasonal shift to our daily life. These weeks and months of the winter season are good ones to focus on building healthy homesteading skills to further long-term goals. Everyone, of course, has different goals and priorities. I’m personally truly glad for that. I’m glad the gal I […]
Simple & Natural Homemaking
Simple and natural homemaking tips and tricks to truly allow home to be the place where you and your loved ones find peace and contentment.
As we approach the end of the calendar year, many of us are starting to think of and plan for the new year. While I’m not a big fan of wasting today, making plans for tomorrow – planning and record-keeping are important parts of a homespun and D.I.Y. life. Journals and records serve not only […]
Are you trying to live a more homespun seasonal life, maybe thinking about homesteading? Maybe you’ve already begun taking steps to live a life that is built from your own hands but are wondering how to sustain it for the long-term. It doesn’t matter if you’re living in the city or in the country, there are […]
Winter represents different homemaking challenges than other seasons. Some things are obviously constant: toilets need cleaned, dishes have to be washed, and on and on, winter however tends to give us long days cooped up indoors and extras that come only with this dark season. Address all those special concerns with these 4 tips for natural winter […]
Medicine dropper bottles are a handy and necessary thing to have for the home herbalist. Thankfully, they’re reusable. Use this 5 step process to clean medicine dropper bottles quickly and easily. Dropper bottles easily store our tinctures and other creations and make dosage easy as a little squeeze. The dark glass protects our concoctions from the […]
Like everyone, we’re busy people. There’s the garden and food preservation work, there’s writing and making income work, and making time for fun, relaxation, and each other. This d.i.y. / homesteading life might be about simple living but it’s still work and a lot of it. The key I’ve learned is keeping and staying organized […]