Springtime is threatening to be here and that means that things are on fast forward here at the Holler Homestead so we will talk through a round robin of projects and events that have happened here in the last few weeks – along with related lessons learned. Because there is always something interesting on a homestead.
Today, I talk to Tom Cunningham, a fellow with a new platform that will link consumers directly to farmers for purchasing food. Think AirBnB of meat – a platform called Grazr. He is planning to launch right here in Middle Tennessee, but this interview covers food freedom, a bit about rolling out software based business, and more.
Today we talk with Mama Sauce about how to get started with knitting. Knitting is something I tried to be interested in when I was younger but I never caught the bug. Now that I am older and less interested in watching movies, it might be time to give it another go.
Today we talk about the importance of evaluating how long things truly take – both large projects and small tasks – because understanding this can set you free of being owned by your to do list. And life is way better if you own yourself and your time, not the other way around.
Today we have an interview about the move from urban living onto a small shed-to-house structure in a very rural setting with Beau Brotherton, founder of the popular Youtube Channel, Better Together Life.
Today is Wednesday so we have a homesteading topic and since I harvested my first round of lettuce grown inside in mason jars yesterday, I thought I would share with you five things I learned about the process along the way.
Today was a beautiful day and I must admit that I traded some inside computer time for outside gardening time. So today, I want to talk to you about how to flex our time responsibly so that you can get important things done, while also taking advantage of weather opportunities – or other opportunities.
Today’s Thought of the Walk is on our criminal justice system in the US and more specifically the concept of innocent until proven guilty.