Tag: Home Storage and Preparedness

Home Storage and Preparedness

The articles at Homestead Lady tagged “Home Storage and Preparedness” will be those having anything to do with building a home storage program, an emergency preparedness plan, and/or increasing your ability to deal with an emergency situation calmly and in a measured way on your homestead.  The future is bright, so never fear – but be prepared!  As always, children are included in this valuable homestead work.

Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips l Learn to home can with confidence l Homestead Lady (.com)

Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips

Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips l Learn to home can with confidence l Homestead Lady (.com)Are you a new canner and need all the advice you can get?  Worried about which canning jars to use and which lids are the best?  From canning jars to equipment to recipes, here’s a great round up of newbie canning information.  Continue reading “Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips”

The Do It Yourself Homestead l The book of self sufficient living l Helps you homestead wherever you are l Homestead Lady (.com)

The Do It Yourself Homestead

The Do It Yourself Homestead l The book of self sufficient living l Helps you homestead wherever you are l Homestead Lady (.com)The Do It Yourself Homestead is your homesteading manual.  Do you lie awake at night, wondering how to make your family more self-sufficient in an uncertain world?  Are you fearful and wondering how you are going to make it through to your homesteading dreams with your current finances?  Are you wanting to gather your family together, as opposed to watching them drift apart, distracted by the siren call of the modern lifestyle?  Are you wanting to feel more prepared for any eventuality so that you no longer experience fear when reading the newspaper?  Are you wondering how to expand your homesteading efforts while still maintaining the rest of your life?

Maybe you’ve considered homesteading, but you’re stuck in an apartment, and don’t even know where to begin.

Never fear, The Do It Yourself Homestead is here!

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Things to Think About Before Going Off Grid l Off grid preparedness advice l Homestead Lady.com

Things to Think About Before Going Off Grid

Things to Think About Before Going Off Grid l Off grid preparedness advice l Homestead Lady.comThinking of going off-grid with your family? Or are you considering adopting certain aspects of off-grid living? Here are some things to think about before going off-grid. Continue reading “Things to Think About Before Going Off Grid”

Homesteading Books for Beginners Recommendations l Homestead Lady (.com)

Homesteading Books: Beginning Basics

Homesteading Books for Beginners Recommendations l Homestead Lady (.com)Ready to start homesteading but don’t know where to begin?  Are you a city kid like me and have to learn all your homesteading skills from scratch?  I am genuinely excited to share these homesteading titles with you as you begin your journey towards self-sufficiency.  Books are among my greatest, most effective homestead mentors.  Even after homesteading for a number of years, I’m still collecting great books. Continue reading “Homesteading Books: Beginning Basics”

This is Camino l A cookbook for preppers and foodies alike l Book review l Homestead Lady.com

This is Camino – the Weirdest and Coolest Cookbook Ever

This is Camino l A cookbook for preppers and foodies alike l Book review l Homestead Lady.comNeed some cookbook inspiration in the kitchen from a guy who truly loves his real foods?  Do you want to learn more about the process of meal creation and how all the products you have can be used right down to the last leaf and bone?  Are you an open-flame enthusiast who would like to expand your repertoire of campfire foods from foil pouches to full course meals?  Then This is Camino – the weirdest and coolest cookbook ever – just might be for you. Continue reading “This is Camino – the Weirdest and Coolest Cookbook Ever”

The Art of Natural Cheesemaking l Fresh milk, real cultures, DIY cheese making and other cultured products l Homestead Lady.com

The Art of Natural Cheesemaking – A Review

The Art of Natural Cheesemaking l Fresh milk, real cultures, DIY cheese making and other cultured products l Homestead Lady.comAre you interested in learning to make cheese?  Are you trying to keep your homemade cheeses as healthy as possible but aren’t sure where to start?  Let The Art of Natural Cheesemaking lend you a hand.

Continue reading “The Art of Natural Cheesemaking – A Review”

Clothes Drying Rack l Green energy laundry l Dry clothes without electricity l Homestead Lady.com

Clothes Drying Rack: Off Grid Wherever you Live

Clothes Drying Rack l Green energy laundry l Dry clothes without electricity l Homestead Lady.comAre you trying to learn to save money and energy by line drying your clothes but are struggling to find a system that works for you?  Do you homestead in an HOA where an outdoor clothesline is not allowed? How does line drying compare to using a dryer?   Here comes the humble clothes drying rack and clothesline to the rescue! Continue reading “Clothes Drying Rack: Off Grid Wherever you Live”

Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food l Includes a Review of Valley Food Storage l Homestead Lady (.com)

Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food

Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food l Includes a Review of Valley Food Storage l Homestead Lady (.com)I am constantly on the prowl for 72 hour kit and backpacking food that’s healthy or, at least, healthier.   Here are a few ideas for healthify your hiking and backpacking foods, as well as your 72 hour kit food preps. Continue reading “Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food”

The Harvest: Perennial Flowers

Perennial Flowers and How to Use the Harvest of Color l Flowers, Seeds, Pods and more l Homestead Lady (.com)Flower power!  Wondering what to do with your perennial flowers this time of year – flowers, seed pods, roots!  Here are a few flowering favorites and how to make the most of your perennials this fall. Continue reading “The Harvest: Perennial Flowers”