How to Move a Homestead: Packing & Moving

How to Move a Homestead: Packing & Moving

Moving is hard. Moving a homestead is even harder! I’ve got tips and trick to help you with packing and moving your homestead! In February, we moved our homestead 500+ miles from Southwest Idaho to the South Sound area of Washington State! It was… an interesting...
How to Move a Homestead: Moving Animals & Livestock

How to Move a Homestead: Moving Animals & Livestock

We learned a lot when we moved our homestead from Idaho to Washington! Today, I’m sharing our experience and our tips and tricks for moving animals and livestock!   Moving is hard! Moving a homestead is even harder.  In February, we moved our homestead 500+...
How to Move a Homestead: Choosing a Moving Company

How to Move a Homestead: Choosing a Moving Company

When you’re moving your homestead, choosing a moving company can be stressful! Today, we will discuss the different options that are available. Moving is hard. But moving a homestead is even harder! In February, we moved our homestead 500+ miles from Southwest...
How to Move a Homestead: Selling Your Homestead

How to Move a Homestead: Selling Your Homestead

Selling your homestead and moving can be very stressful! These tips will help ensure that both you and your homestead are prepared for the big move! Moving is hard. But moving a homestead is even harder! In February, we moved our homestead 500+ miles from Southwest...
How to Create a Less Stressful Holiday Season

How to Create a Less Stressful Holiday Season

The holidays can bring joy and cheer to our homes and hearts. Unfortunately, they can also bring a lot of stress! Here are 3 tips to help you create a less stressful holiday season this year! How do the holidays make feel? Are you excited for the merriment and...
Practicing Gratefulness in the Here & Now

Practicing Gratefulness in the Here & Now

If you ever feel frustrated about the scale of your dreams and your inability to make them happen soon enough, this post is for you! Practicing gratefulness in the here and now while we are on our way to “there” may be one of the most important lessons...