“Cultivating the Homestead Community”
Lots of exciting things happening this week! First, I’m pleased to announce that my eBook, Your Custom Homestead, is a part of the Bundle of the Week!
If you are not familiar with the Bundle of the Week format, 5 eBooks of a similar subject matter are grouped together each week and sold for one crazy low price.
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This week is a homesteading bundle, and it includes:
Pioneering Today by Melissa K. Norris
In Pioneering Today: Faith and Home the Old Fashioned Way, Melissa offers a practical and easy guide to cooking from scratch, gardening and preserving your own food.
Your Custom Homestead by Yours Truly!
Homesteading doesn’t only happen when you live on hundreds of acres with the perfect red barn and white picket fence, and in Your Custom Homestead, I’ll take you through a 21-day process to discover your motivations for homesteading, define what homesteading means and actually begin a homesteading lifestyle that will perfectly fit your unique situation.
Real Food Storage: How-To and Recipes by KerryAnn Foster
In Real Food Storage, KerryAnn shares her family’s story of living off their food storage during 11 months of unemployment.
Reuse, Refresh, Repurpose by The Frugal Girl
In Reuse, Refresh and Repurpose, The Frugal Girl offers 20 useful ideas to help you get the most out of your clothes.
Getting Prepared by Robin Egerton and Angela England
Getting Prepared is a beginner’s manual to help prepare you for life’s unexpected happenings.
The whole bundle is only $7.40 (which is LESS than you’d pay if you were just buying Your Custom Homestead alone!), so you really can’t afford to pass this one up.
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(I am an affiliate of Bundle of the Week and receive a small commission for any purchases made through the above links)
And, speaking of great ways to further your homesteading education, check out this spectacular sale happening right now at the Homestead Store.
What happened on your homestead this week? Ready to share those links?
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