This post brought to you by Kohler. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Our Life Out Here. Saving money and living frugally is important to us. But, I have learned that investing in high quality products to begin with saves me money in the long run. One … Continue reading →
A few days ago, I posted over 18 breakfast ideas that could be prepped ahead of time from my Homestead Blogger friends. Today, I want to share 12 more recipes that, in my book, take the cake. What makes these recipes so special? Well, they all make me feel like … Continue reading →
It was 2:00 on a busy Saturday afternoon, and we had spent the day knee and elbow deep in the mud as we worked to install a new water line to the animal shed. We hadn’t even had lunch yet, so I was in the kitchen trying to quickly shred … Continue reading →
When my kids were babies, I would spend their nap times in the bathrooms with the vent fan running, scrubbing away and trying not to breathe the toxic fumes. However, the day came when they no longer napped, and, even worse, they wanted to help! I didn’t want them in … Continue reading →
As I’ve mentioned before, breakfast is always the hardest meal for me to get on the table. We have a couple of make-ahead breakfast recipes, like crockpot oatmeal and breakfast burritos, that we enjoy frequently, but I still turn to cereal more often than I like to admit. We’re trying to cut down on processed … Continue reading →
Years ago, at my wedding reception, I sang “Any Man Of Mine” by Shania Twain to my very surprised new husband. I don’t think he understood the full weight of the line “When I cook him dinner and I burn it black, he’d better say, ‘mmm, I like it like … Continue reading →
Last week, as I was grating a bar of soap to make another batch of homemade laundry detergent, I decided that there had to be a better way. So, after a little poking around on-line, I learned that Ivory soap expands and turns to a foam when heated in the … Continue reading →
Every spring, we go from hoping that our chickens will provide enough eggs that we don’t have to buy any from the store to an egg explosion! And, I always want to scream, “How do I turn these chickens off?” Unfortunately, chickens don’t come with on and off switches! Now, don’t … Continue reading →
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I recently shared in this post how procrastination almost cost the life of one of our chickens. Even though procrastinating doesn’t always result in such obvious problems, it always costs us something. Many times it is unnecessary stress, wasted mental energy, or strained relationships. We’ve all spent days with that … Continue reading →
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