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Chicken Terminology For The Newbie

Chicken Terminology For The Newbie

Some chicken terminology can be way over our heads whether you are brand new into the world of poultry or an ‘old timer.’ There are certain words and abbreviations that you will hear people saying that are pretty common in the chicken world. It’s pretty […]

What Is Homemaking?

What Is Homemaking?

Homemaking is creation and management of a home, especially the day to day operations, and also managing other domestic concerns. The person in charge homemaking, especially if they are not employed outside of the home, is known as a homemaker (or housewife or househusband).  As […]

Taking Care Of A Granite Composite Sink

Taking Care Of A Granite Composite Sink

I love my black granite composite sink. But it wasn’t always that way. When we were building our house I wanted something a little different and catchy in my kitchen so we went with the black granite composite sink. The sink was so shiny and […]

Preventing and Treating Pasty Butt

Preventing and Treating Pasty Butt

If you’re getting new chicks this spring then this is something that you need to keep on your radar. Pasty butt is easily treated if caught soon enough, and can be prevented using a couple different techniques. If you notice one of your chicks have […]

Janoel 12 Egg Incubator Review

Janoel 12 Egg Incubator Review

The Janoel 12 Egg Incubator is great for small batch egg incubation, hatching up to 9 regular size chicken eggs at once. We just want to hatch a few eggs at a time, hatching just enough for us and for friends and family. This is […]

Feeding Chickens- the Do’s, Don’ts and Sometimes

Feeding Chickens- the Do’s, Don’ts and Sometimes

When you are caring for life- precious life that helps you stay sustainable- its important to make sure you doing things properly. Chickens are very easy to maintain and are commonly a homestead’s first livestock animal. There are a few things that you absolutely shouldn’t […]

Surviving the First Weeks with New Chicks

Surviving the First Weeks with New Chicks

Walking past chicks at the feed store is near impossible, because baby chicks are so irresistible. You need to take into consideration if you’re properly set up before diving in and purchasing chicks for your homestead. You don’t necessarily need the ‘top of the line’ […]

How to Pick the Right Chicken for your Homestead

How to Pick the Right Chicken for your Homestead

With hundreds of different chicken breeds available, choosing the right breed for your farm or homestead can be daunting. Are you looking for an egg layer, meat producer or both? Should it be a bird that is friendly or does it not matter? I’ll help […]

The Best and Easiest Sourdough Bread

The Best and Easiest Sourdough Bread

If you are new to making sourdough bread then this simple sourdough bread recipe is for you! Sourdough bread is a favorite in our home, the boys will ask for sourdough bread before store bought bread any day. They prefer it over simple homemade white […]

Making the switch to cloth diapering

Making the switch to cloth diapering

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Are you a new mother wondering if cloth diapering is the right way for you? Or are you an experienced mom with older kids and wondering if its too late to save money cloth diapering your last baby? Well I […]


What Is Homemaking?

What Is Homemaking?

Homemaking is creation and management of a home, especially the day to day operations, and also managing other domestic concerns. The person in charge homemaking, especially if they are not employed outside of the home, is known as a homemaker (or housewife or househusband).  As homemakers, we all strive to create an environment that is a pleasant place to live. (more…)