I write a lot about following dreams, taking chances, and working to bring goals to fruition. It never fails to amaze me how when you start walking toward your dream, the doors naturally open and some close. The universe conspires to bring everything into alignment, or “Everything works together for the good of those who love Him.” Romans 8:28. I am sure there are passages and sayings such as these in every culture and in many circles. It is a fact that if you so desire something and start putting it out there that you want that goal, you will … Continue reading Ending an Era to Make Dreams Come True (full time farmer and The Homesteading School at Pumpkin Hollow Farm)
Finding balance is one of the things we all strive for in every aspect of our lives. Becoming a homesteader is about living the life you want, that you dream of. It’s about taking chances and knowing you can live on less. It is about spending time in the gardens and with animals and friends and not giving our life to a corporation, who will have you replaced by the time you hit the parking lot, or grave. This is about relationships; with community, with friends and family, with nature, with God. This is about freedom. When we are living on … Continue reading How to Become a Homesteader-Part 4-Thrift, Bartering, Splurge
Some folks envy us. Some folks think we are crazy. Some of our relatives wonder if we work. Some people come from all over to learn what we do. If you ever wondered what life on a farmstead looks like, … Continue reading A Peek at the Typical Week of a Farmsteader
(The pictures denote simple things you can do for cheap…You can play at a petting zoo!) From my first modeling contract twenty years ago, to expanding my dance company to two sites and eventually closing it a few years later from exhaustion (not really good at delegating, I taught every single class!), I was always trying to get more, get more, when we catch up we can slow down….you’ve probably said it yourself. (Go for a walk or nice hike) We made such a drastic change that we still get confused looks from friends and family about why … Continue reading Wishing You A Simple Life!