Your path to freedom is based on what you put into it. No matter who you are or where you live, you can pick something from the list and learn to do it.
Consider the fact that your typical car tire is responsible for carrying thousands of pounds over tens of thousands of miles.
You are going to love how easy this soap recipe is! Anyone can do it. All you need is a crockpot and a few soap making ingredients!
Both of these methods are pretty useful for making your firewood chopping session a little shorter, and a lot less tedious.
Vermicomposting is one the most efficient ways of using up organic kitchen scraps and ridding your home of unwanted paper piles. The end result of feeding this natural material to worms is a natural soil amendment for the garden to help grow.
So many of us have become accustomed to the convenience of electricity that we’ve forgotten how to get along without it.
Infused with the flavors of fall, here’s a holiday drink recipe that will keep on giving – Pumpkin Spiced Moonshine.
There’s a style of apron for every homesteading chore and every budget. Pick a style that suits you and your needs best and I know you’ll love them just as much as I do.
September is the time of year when many DIY homesteaders begin to plan what they’ll make or create for the holidays in order to insure enough time to finish their projects. Check out these great DIY ideas!
The thought of you actually surviving on your own for more than a weekend must be abhorrent to them.
The disinfectant qualities of hydrogen peroxide have made it a household staple for many years, and it’s difficult to find a household first-aid kit that doesn’t have a bottle of it. But there are many more uses for this that should be noted.
If only there was a cheap and simple way to supplement a solar panel array on those cloudy days.