Tag: growing your own food
Eating Seasonally on the Farm
2 years ago I did not know what “eating seasonally” meant. I was having a health crisis, a mental crisis, and trying to juggle so many things at once. As I learned to slow down my day-to-day life with elements such as gardening, starting my mornings outdoors, and seasonal eating; my life started to take…
Spring Garden Update | It’s Time
If I’m being honest, I’m overwhelmed. We have so many things growing in the gardens at this time and so much more left to plant.
What Grounds You?
I guess you could say there was a span of several years where I felt as if I were floating in space. I had a plan, but anything outside of that plan left me feeling anxious, uneasy, and on the verge of a break down.
100 Days of Growing Food
Do you hear it? Do you hear how the sounds of nature are changing as the days become longer and the sun seems to be a little warmer? Spring is almost here which in this house means fresh food is on its way.
A Complete List of What I Am Growing This Year | Garden 2021
It’s bigger. better, and more challenging than anything I have grown before. I have 2 gardening seasons under my belt during which I was fully committed to the task. However, after 2020…the show must be bigger and more productive. I want to learn the intricacies of growing our own food now while it is still…
We Took Our First Big Hit on the Farm | Losing Everything
Here in the south, we have relatively mild winters. Occasionally we get a little bit of snow, more times we have freezing rain, but rarely do we get below 0 temperatures with 8″+ of snow. It is because of this that we had no way to truly prepare in the ways we needed to in…
Organic, All Natural Raised Beds for the Garden
I am actually quite embarrassed at how our first two garden raised beds were made out of chemical ridden, OIL leaking railroad ties. They were great for the budget at the time but overall absolutely terrible for our health and our environment. Since then, we’ve learned a thing or two.
Plant Those Seeds
Spring, in all of its blooming glory cannot get here fast enough. I am eager to plant. I am eager for warm sunshine on my face and birds chirping all around me. Lest you forget, now is the time to plan and start seeds for the rapidly approaching springtime.