Those relatively new to the Living A Simple Life blog may not feel like digging through a year’s worth of archives to find the best posts. We understand. Time is limited, especially when you’re trying to run a homestead. So here are the top five LASL posts from 2013 based on traffic, and the top […]
These are weekly, or occasional, roundups of the best rural and urban homesteading, voluntary simplicity, frugal, conscious, intentional living posts, articles and videos on the web.
The leaves are drying out and fall is nearly over around here. I’m looking forward to lots of winter evenings in my favorite chair by the fire reading a good book. Last week I reached out to some of our favorite bloggers and some folks who follow this blog to get some new book ideas. […]
Here are some frozen Sunday photos, but not the kind you take at Friche’s Big Boy right before eating a 3,000-calorie dessert…
Here are a few pictures that have been sitting on the camera since last week.
OK, so here is what has been going on around here lately. I know you probably subscribe to this blog for more than just bullet-point updates, and we have REALLY been slacking on the how-to videos, but what can I say: It’s that time of year. I do promise some how-to stuff sometime soon though. In the meantime, here’s a fun list and some pictures…
The Life on a Southern Farm blog is giving away a free chicken nesting box. It looks like a pretty nice design actually. I’ve never seen a nesting box made from sheet metal, but it seems like that would be much easier to clean than wood.
While waiting on Missy’s parents to arrive safely back in Ohio and send us the pictures they took of our trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway and to Mabry Mill, I thought I’d post some photos of the work-side of our busy weekend.
A gigantic list of book reviews about homesteading, self-sufficiency, sustainability, the back to the land movement, survivalism, preparedness, organic gardening and more.