Posts tagged: typical day on the homestead

Everything Happened Today

By , May 24, 2013

About 3 years ago I wrote about a typical day on the homestead in which a lot of stuff got done. I called it Nothing Happened Today. Yesterday felt like the opposite of that day—it seemed like everything happened! The main difference between the two came from intent. I got an amazing amount of scheduled tasks completed yesterday.

It started with packaging up some gifts for family I’d intended to send for some time. I then submitted the final draft of my book, Sacred Coffee: A “Homesteader’s” Paradigm for hard copy printing (more on that soon, I’m sure). Then I hiked part of the way to the bay with Michelle, to pick up a couple of firwood rounds from the west end of the property. Continue reading 'Everything Happened Today'»

Nothing Happened Today

By , April 9, 2010

Ever since I started this blog at the end of last August, I’ve feared a day like this.

Normally, I write my blog posts in the morning. Usually, there’s something on my mind, some aspect of homestead life that might be of interest to someone. Wednesday morning, after giving it some serious thought, I gave up. Nothing seemed to be happening. Continue reading 'Nothing Happened Today'»

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