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  1. Lifestyle challenges
    What did you do today to ensure that you will survive the zombie-pocalypse? I didn't get much done in the "self-sufficiency" field today. I did eat from my stockpile and collect eggs from the hens, but that was about it.
  2. Lifestyle challenges
    (Resurrected from the ashes) For 2011, I'd like to try, every day, to do one thing that advances my ability to rely on my own resources, rather than others, for my existence. Not sure what I'll do each day. Some days might be as simple as collecting eggs from my chickens or produce from my...
  3. Preparedness and Survival
    What do you still need to learn to be has self sufficient as possible. ~we do all our own renovations ~dh can fix just about anything ~I knit ~sew ~quilt ~we garden ~I do canning and preserve ~we have some fruit trees ~although dh doesn't hunt, he can cut meat up with no problem ~we fish ~I...
  4. Homesteading and gardening
    We truly do. With the world economy the way it is and living on a fixed income, we have felt for some time (a number of years in fact) that we need to become has self-sufficient has possible. I don't like giving my money to big business. I prefer to use it to give to smaller businesses or...
  5. Preparedness and Survival
    I'm curious as to what others have done to "long term" prepare for emergencies, other than just stockpiling water, dry goods, and such. I have always felt I'd do pretty well, mostly because I have my own food available to me pretty much all the time. I keep a summer and winter garden, and I...
  6. Homesteading and gardening
    http://www.jackiefrench.com/backyard.html
  7. Simple Living
    Links to sites about: Simple Living, Homesteading & Self-Sufficiency, Decluttering, Consumerism, Money Matters, Environment, Housing & Energy. http://rangylil.iwarp.com/mirror/links.htm
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