Expect Hard Work and Great Rewards
I consider homesteading to be a self-reliance lifestyle that can be accomplished anywhere – you don’t need a 30 acre piece of property to join in. Many homesteaders are in the suburbs or even in the city, making the best of the yard they have. Homesteading is a lifestyle.
I belong to a inspiring group of homesteading bloggers that are giving us a peek into a day in their homesteading life. Their stores (and video’s) are poignant, sweet and inspirational. I believe that they prove we can all incorporate a bit of homesteading into our life.
What would it take to call myself a homesteader? I think owning a goat would qualify me…
You can expect to find that my friends work hard and are constantly tending kids, animals and gardens. They preserve food, make homemade remedies and repair infrastructure. They are passionate about their lifestyle.
They are not so different from you!
Prepare to Be Inspired by a Day in the Life of a Homesteader!
A Day in the Life by Ashley of Whistle Pig Hollow
On The Farm: A Peek Into Our Life by Ashley of The Browning Homestead
The Answer to “And what did YOU do today?” by Chris of Joybilee Farm
A Day in the Life of an Urban Homesteader by Connie of Urban Overalls
A Day in My Shoes by Emilie of The Toups Address
Homesteading Rhythm with Little Kids & A Bump by Isis of Little Mountain Haven
Homestead Truths, Minus the Sugarcoating by Janet of Timber Creek Farm
A Day of Homestead Living by Jessica of The 104 Homestead
A Day in the Life of a Homesteader by Katie of Livin Lovin Farmin
A Typical Day of Homesteading by Laurie of Common Sense Homesteading
It’s Not About The Work by Leona of My Healthy Green Family
Life, Unfiltered by Melissa of Ever Growing Farm
A Day in the Life of This Urban Homesteader by Meredith of ImaginAcres
A Day in the Life of a Homestead by Quinn of Reformation Acres
A Day on Acorn Hill Homestead by Teri of Homestead Honey