The Farm Fresh Blog Hop 67 is LIVE! Get ready for some more great posts from bloggers across the internet. Learn more about homesteading, homemaking and self-reliance to help you further your own journey to a more simple, self sufficient lifestyle.
Join us each week with your family friendly posts that relate to homesteading, homesteading, homeschooling, DIY, food, and sustainable living. The Hop runs from Tuesday at 8 pm through the following Friday.
Add Some Great Books to your Reading List!
If you weren’t the lucky winner of last week’s giveaway, don’t worry! You can still order your copy of The Beginner’s Guide to Backyard Homesteading here.
Lisa Lombardo at The Self Sufficient Homeacre has written a great book for new and seasoned homesteaders alike. Filled with helpful information, including cost breakdowns, delicious recipes, and SO much more! Get ready to settle in for a great read!
You may also be interested in The Farm Wife: Living a Simple Life on the Farm, which is all about my journey from City Girl to Farm Wife. It’s filled with how I got started, recipes, tips, and ideas that may help you reach your own destination of living a more simple life.
Or, you can enjoy The Search for a Simple Life, which offers plenty of suggestions for things to add to your simple life journey, with ideas, tips and help for each step of the way.
From faith, finding your tribe and getting started, to livestock, a visit to the kitchen and ways to teach your children, this book is most helpful to anyone who is just starting out and beneficial to those who are looking to add another level to their established lifestyle.
Are you ready for the winter down time? Add a few great books to your library. And be sure to order extras to give as gifts!
This week at The Farm Wife
I just love neighbors who love to share. This week, Thelma shared her bounty of apples with me. Her timing was perfect, as I had just opened and served our last jar of applesauce.
Since my son and his girlfriend were visiting for the weekend, she and I got busy in the kitchen. We put up Apple Pie Jam and Applesauce, and made enough juice to make Apple Peel Jelly this week.
Offering hospitality is one of my favorite parts of life. It means I get to spend time with friends and family, enjoy great conversation and even have help with the more time-consuming chores such as canning.
Is hospitality something you love to do? Maybe this post will help!
Meet Our Hosts!
Melissa from The Little Frugal Homestead
Annie from 15 Acre Homestead
Julie from The Farm Wife (this is me!)
Check out the Farm Fresh Blog Hop 67 Features this Week!
Fall Gardening Chores– by: Shawna
How to Make Homemade Body Scrub – by: Megan
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