JUST DO IT – START BLOGGING

Well, my average blog posting seems to level out at one post per year, which so help me Hannah, is just not going to help me be at the top of the blogger food chain.

I kept saying “I’m going to start blogging when I have more time” but the truth of the matter is that, if we are doing everything right (whatever THAT means), here on The Green Acre Homestead, we will only ever have LESS time than we currently do.

I JUST DID IT – I STARTED BLOGGING

So, ALAS, here I am! Acting as if I have a slew of human beings who have an interest in what I have to say any more than my animals do, who frankly do not care unless I am throwing feed in the air like confetti.(OKAY, so maybe that isn’t how feed time ACTUALLY goes in the morning, but it was a more exciting image).

 

MY MAIN GOAL

My main goal with blogging is to record our progress and hopefully help someone else out in my general vicinity that are trying to do what we are in West Central Florida Homesteading, Zone 9a.

It’s been so hard to find bloggers in my specific area and I just home that the next person who is oblivious to the life of gardening and farming to come to the Homosassa, FL area and homestead can find something useful out of this blog of mine.

I also hope to generate a source of income so I can continue to work full-time towards self-sustainability and creating a healthier lifestyle and products for my family, friends, and hopefully one day the community around us.

WHAT HAS HELPED

I have found, and follow, many homestead/gardening/CSA accounts on Instagram such as:

Unfortunately, what I have also found is a lack of homesteaders in our specific area and/or zone. They may be here, but they are darn good at hiding…or maybe I am just far to bad at the seeking part.

WHAT I HOPE

I hope that through this [so far pitiful excuse for a] blog more people in zone 9a, or close to us, will reach out and offer their insight and knowledge and maybe be able to utilize the little knowledge we have acquired thus far…which isn’t much but, you know, we’ll get there!
 

I’ll be back soon with updates on our two baby meat rabbits, incoming meat birds, and Spring garden to be planted next month!

 

 

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