Welcome to the From The Farm Blog Hop! So glad it’s Friday woohoo! Friday night football and I could go on and on for all my reasons I’m so glad it’s Friday ha ha!
You know I read a lot each week about how to cook, can, sew, craft, diy, and even raise my chickens better but sometimes I just want to sit back and read a post about one of my fellow homesteaders and what makes them tick and who they are as a person. I mean that’s the deal we are on a journey with others and the point is to learn, love, share, and connect with them. At least that’s what I think it is….
This week my fave was a post by Greg at The Rural Economist he is doing a feature right now called “Meet The Homesteading and Preparedness Writer and this week he presented Jess at the 104 Homestead. I learned more about Jess than I knew before both of them are blogging friends of mine and I don’t want to spoil the write up but Greg did an amazing job both are awesome writers in their own right! (No pun intended!)
It’s good to know the folks that are sharing information with you and in this case our homestead and preparedness writers this can also give you perspective to their background and what their particular knowledge and expertise is as well!
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Now, on to this week’s party:
1. Link up to three of your best gardening or homesteading tips, farm-themed posts, recipes, homemaking and simple/frugal living tips, decorating ideas, DIY projects, craft ideas, thrifty makeovers or repurposed items, healthy and sustainable living tips, and giveaways.
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3. Make sure to check out some of the other links before leaving.
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The Homesteading Hippy
Lil’ Suburban Homestead
The Homestead Lady
Once Upon A Time in A Bed of Wildflowers
Oh Sweet Mercy