Homesteading burnout is a real thing. The decision to start homesteading isn’t one taken lightly by anybody, and it’s no surprise that it can be stressful. The question is, how do you deal with that stress, and what are steps you can take to help reduce it or avoid it in the future?
2017 felt like a year where anything that could go wrong, did. But in spite of the failures, I can see just how much we accomplished and grew, and boy was it an amazing year!
We’re thankful for a wide variety of things here. What are you thankful for?
Come peruse the pictures of our 2017 fall homestead season! We’ve been working on DIY crafts, testing a recipe for maple marshmallows, and decorating the house. I tried getting pictures of the changing leaves, but it sure was difficult this year!
I’ve spent the better part of the last 25 years in love with sewing.
What started as a great day that Friday quickly turned into a nightmare, and it all started with a peanut. It wasn’t even a whole peanut, but half of one, broken into two pieces. Those two chunks of peanut nearly caused us to lose our baby. Friday, September 8th was Doodle’s 4th birthday. We woke… Continue reading An Aspiration Operation