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How You Train Your Mind Will Either Make or Break You

How You Train Your Mind Will Either Make or Break You

The mind is a very powerful muscle in the body. In fact, it’s the strongest muscle and has the capacity to make or break you. It can either propel you through a challenge or paralyze you into inaction. Therefore, having control over the mind gives you the...
Garden-Fresh Late Summer Minestrone Soup

Garden-Fresh Late Summer Minestrone Soup

Our vegetable gardens are off to a great start thanks to the heirloom seeds we started this spring. One of the advantages of having a growing garden is the from scratch recipes we can make to utilize our garden harvests. And right now,  it’s got me dreaming of...
Grow Pinto Beans From Seed: A Complete Growing Guide

Grow Pinto Beans From Seed: A Complete Growing Guide

If there’s one type of bean the entire family loves, it’s the pinto bean.  In Spanish, the word “pinto” means painted and these beans are appropriately named because their outer skin is a spotted, swirling, red-dotted masterpiece of color. But inside is what counts,...
Garden-Fresh Marinara Sauce (Crockpot Recipe)

Garden-Fresh Marinara Sauce (Crockpot Recipe)

The vegetable garden we started is beginning to put out lots of veggies. While I love to give out fresh vegetables to friends during the summer, I like to keep some for myself to make this rich and oh-so-delicious marinara sauce. Made from fresh-grown garden favorites...
A Growing Guide For Small Sugar Pumpkins

A Growing Guide For Small Sugar Pumpkins

Small sugar pumpkins are a perfect addition to any autumn lovers garden!  Perfectly sweet or savory, based on your personal preference, these cute little pumpkins offer a nutritious treat without the tricks! A great source of vitamin E, vitamin B6, folate, and iron,...
A Growing Guide For Delicious Butternut Winter Squash

A Growing Guide For Delicious Butternut Winter Squash

Squash has been a staple in the gardens of many for years.  It’s easy to grow, and Butternut Winter Squash grows with a sweet and tender flavor, plus it’s easy to peel for quick effortless meals! Waltham Butternut Winter Squash can be mixed into a creamy soup for...
Seed to Plate: Growing Tips for Juicy Corn

Seed to Plate: Growing Tips for Juicy Corn

Bantam sweet corn has been one of the homesteaders’ favorites for over one hundred years! It’s quick to grow, with the ears of corn being ready to harvest and eat in around 82 days. Plus, this delicious treat is packed full of nutrients and children love it! Try...
Homemade Slippery Elm Cough Elixir

Homemade Slippery Elm Cough Elixir

Coughs, colds, sore throat, congestion, runny noses. Lately, it seems you can’t go anywhere without running into someone who isn’t feeling well. To boost my family’s immune system, we have a few natural remedy staples that we try to have on hand to...
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