Things to Consider When Moving Into a New Community

While chatting with locals at the Ten Mile Market, I overheard a conversation that echoed what I’ve been hearing, all the new people moving in is changing this charming little town. It opened my mind to something I haven’t thought of…our impact on the community we’re moving into. Each community has it’s own vibe, cultureContinue reading “Things to Consider When Moving Into a New Community”

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”

Racism – I Have No Time For That Shit

We are all powerful creators, we create our own reality. That’s why the idea of anything being the “one true” or “truth for all” isn’t at all a scientifically or spiritually sound premise. There can certainly be the one true for you or for a group. That’s a choice we all have. To say thereContinue reading “Racism – I Have No Time For That Shit”

Feeling Gaia in Every Part of My Being

There is something sacred about land that is untouched by man. While creating a clearing for our homestead, I can’t help but feeling a strong guidance, connection and deep love from Mother Gaia. The natural scents, breeze, sights, sounds, it’s all soothing and abundant. It is her guidance that brought us to this land, thisContinue reading “Feeling Gaia in Every Part of My Being”

Eating What We Grow

After a few years of practicing living off grid at our on-grid home in Wisconsin, we moved to Tennessee where my better half landed an amazing job to find our forever off grid land. We’re currently in a rental that does not have the huge yard like the house in Wisconsin did however, that doesn’tContinue reading “Eating What We Grow”

Becoming Self Sufficient And Leaving the Matrix One Step At A Time

Will not have a shortage of food, we will have a shortage of skills. People thrived without imports for thousands of years in their local communities. It’s time we relearned those skills.

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