It's a funny thing about plants. They need water to grow. Who woulda thought? The best way for this to happen is from the rain. Which seems like a duh statement, but there is actually something to this. Not just because it's easy watering that I don't have to do, but because rain makes plants … Continue reading Water and the Plants
Internet access and the American farmer. How limited access to the internet effects the rural populations.
How has the pandemic effected the livestock industry and how can we prevent these effects in the future? Find out when I interviewed a University of Kentucky extension agent, Corinne Belton.
This was an introduction blog I made for my Patreon subscribers last week! I hope you enjoy it! I probably should have made this the new first transition blog, but I didn't consider it until now, so here you go! I want to thank each and every one of you for supporting me through this … Continue reading Nerding out with Agroecology
Last night C and I got into a bit of an argument. Nothing to worry about and nothing that wasn't resolved. I have been having an internal struggle that I have been projecting onto him. I feel like I'm not pulling my weight (and I can hear my friends laughing now). I have always brought … Continue reading Where is this going?
We have obtained the building permit! We slaved over these plans. We stressed. We worked until they were PERFECT. We went into planning and zoning completely anticipating they would make us go back and get an architect to sign off on them, which basically would have been someone singing off on what an engineer had … Continue reading We can officially build
i wanted to update you all on the C job situation. Things here aren't as bad as they could be. They have actually been a lot worse. Thanks to some amazing friends of ours we were able to get C in at a temp agency. He works at a local stamping facility stamping out parts … Continue reading Being jobless
I have been coming across a lot of articles lately titled something like "raising a child on a budget" or something along those lines. So apparently this is a fairly hot topic right now. I do have to say that too many of the articles are written more from the perspective of someone who really … Continue reading How to raise children on a budget- my version
WE WILL BE LAND OWNERS SOON!! The owner accepted our offer! No counter offer, no having to figure out new numbers, he accepted our offer right off the bat! For those of you who are planning on becoming self sufficient yet have limited immediate resources or bad credit or both here is my advice to … Continue reading The race has officially begun!
I'm gonna get down and dirty here. One thing that I have been very guilty of is being overly optimistic about money. To be completely truthful, we have none. However, when we DO have some we tend to be a little less strict on our spending than we typically are. I think that's fairly typical … Continue reading Budgeting