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I accept high-quality guest posts from other like-minded bloggers on occasion. The posts need to be original content (no reprints) and include magazine-quality photos. I do NOT accept guest posts from random companies or freelance writers looking to boost their SEO through backlinks.
If are a blogger who has an idea you think would be a fit for The Prairie Homestead, please email me at jill(at)theprairiehomestead(dot)com for my guest posting guidelines.
I occasionally promote high-quality products or companies who align with our topics and mission here at The Prairie Homestead. If you are interested in working with me in this regard, please send me an email at jill(at)theprairiehomestead(dot)com to discuss your idea and acquire my advertising rates.
We live in the southern portion of Wyoming. Because of security reasons, I prefer not to give any more information than that.
Probably not. Our home and mini-farm are still a work-in-progress. The property was a fixer-upper when we purchased it and we are still in the thick of major projects. Because of that, it's usually in a less-than-tour-worthy state. However, if you are interesting in learning more about our particular homestead, you can read more on this page and check out this photo tour.
All of the recipes I've published on The Prairie Homestead can be easily referenced on the Recipes page.
If you are having trouble locating a post, try using the small search bar/icon which is at the top of the page in the header.
It really depends on your location, situation, and what you are hoping to achieve from the homesteading process. I don't have all the answers when it comes to broad questions like this, so I highly recommend spending some time researching the web and your local library. Ask other farmers or homesteaders in your area for their best advice too. A good starter book that covers a broad range of homesteading topics is The Backyard Homestead by Carleen Madigan.
Because I am not a medical professional, I cannot legally dispense medical advice. I encourage you to seek out a knowledgeable holistic practitioner in your area. Emails requesting medical advice will not be answered.
I've found blogging to be incredibly rewarding, but also a massive amount of hard work. Unfortunately, due to time restrictions, I cannot give blog consultations. However you may find my Blogger Blueprint eCourse helpful.
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Unfortunately, I had to close commenting capabilities on my older posts since the spam comments were getting out of hand. I figure folks would rather me spend my time writing new content, rather than moderating the crazy spammers.
After 2+ years of doing the Hop every week, I decided to discontinue it to focus on other content. You can still find old Barn Hop archives by using the search bar.
Didn't see your question here? You may reach me by email at:
jill (at) theprairiehomestead (dot) com
Due to the volume of email that I receive (and running a homestead and being a mom), please understand that although I read and appreciate each email, I cannot answer every single one.