Homesteading…Sometimes You Succeed, Sometimes You Grow

The winter season is on it’s way, I felt the shift during midsummer. The air seems lighter, the nights are cooler and the plants are ready for harvest. I’ve noticed the Mimosa pods are falling from the trees and the herbs and lettuces seem a little happier as they begin to grow quicker and quickerContinue reading “Homesteading…Sometimes You Succeed, Sometimes You Grow”

Gardening in December?!?!

Haven being raised in Illinois and later migrated all the way to Wisconsin, gardening in winter just wasn’t heard of in my world. Even though the majority of my family is from the south where the growing season is much longer and the winters aren’t as harsh, I somehow missed the message that we canContinue reading “Gardening in December?!?!”

In The Beginning There Was Little ‘Ol Me and Mother Gaia

Building an off grid herb farm and homestead from raw land is one massive, beautiful, frustrating and humbling learning experience. I’m very much enjoying the failures as much as the successes. Each brings about feelings of confidence, determination and the willingness to learn and change my thinking. The personal growth I’ve experienced on this beautifulContinue reading “In The Beginning There Was Little ‘Ol Me and Mother Gaia”

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