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Month: June 2019

What Happens When You Have A Bad Gardening Year?

What Happens When You Have A Bad Gardening Year?

This spring’s weather conditions have been anything but ideal. The weather is too hot already in some areas, too cool in other areas, and the rain has been unrelenting. , many conventional crops are not being planted due to flooding and unworkable fields. Many experts are already predicting food shortages due to flooding, livestock loss, and crops not being planted.While all of that is pretty bad, gardens are taking a hit this year too. The naysayers will say that gardens…

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30+ Cookbooks and Manuals You Should Have on Your Reference Shelf for Your Homestead and Your Preps

30+ Cookbooks and Manuals You Should Have on Your Reference Shelf for Your Homestead and Your Preps

Cookbooks are invaluable. They teach us so much about cooking, baking, canning, butchering, and more. They give specific instructions on how to do anything with cooking and the kitchen. They can really help the experiences and the novice alike.While nothing really replaces the experience you get by doing and learning, having resources like cookbooks and cooking manuals is very important. You should have a good variety of cookbooks and manuals. Whether you are a canner, a preserver, a carnivore, a…

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My Top 10 Frugal Living Hacks That Will Help You Save Money Everyday

My Top 10 Frugal Living Hacks That Will Help You Save Money Everyday

I like saving money. I like it a lot. I also have some quirks and one of those quirks is challenging myself to find new ways to do something cheaper. I also think reusing items is cool and recycling items are the best.Those closest to me will just tell you I am weird and they look for opportunities to tell me when I go too far. Apparently, it isn’t cool to take the Sunday coupon flyers out of the county…

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