A beginner's herb garden

A Beginner’s Herb Garden

This year I started a beginner’s herb garden so I can craft my own wonderful tea creations. What better way to fall in love with tea even more than to make your own blends? I’m kind of a tea freak. I often buy my favorite go to kinds like the black tea variety pack from Bigelow or the decaf black tea from Trader Joe’s. Sometimes though I like to venture out into the unknown tea world. That’s where crafting my own tea come in. Where to Plant Knowing where to plant can be a flexible thing. I would advise a few things for sure though. Be sure that your plants will get at least 5 hours of sunlight. Most herbs do not need full sun. My herb garden is on the west side of our house so it only gets about 6 hours of sun a day. It is doing…

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Teaching Life Skills From “The Past”

As a Mom I am always trying to find new and creative ways to engage my children when it comes to their education.  Having three very busy and inquisitive boys…

Kids on the Farm Harvest Corn

Kids On the Farm Harvest Corn

Welcome back to the section of the blog where the kids take over. Today we are sharing our recent video of a ride to harvest corn with our Uncle Mac…

farm with windmill in background

Could You Live With Less?

Choosing to live with less in today’s society is not a common place decision. Follow along to see why our family chose to downsize our from a beautiful dream home to a much smaller home with a farm in need of repair.

5 keys to overcome homeschool challenges

5 Keys to Overcome Homeschool Challenges

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Gardening Bundle is LIVE

I’m so excited to tell you all that the Gardening and Sustainable Living Bundle is now available! It’s a great bundle with a mixture of gardening and sustainable living resources.…

How to Homeschool Your Kids in the Summer

Homeschooling your kids in the summer can be so hard. Finding creative ways to help them learn is the key to successful homeschooling. Learn more here on how to teach your kids this summer while homeschooling.