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The Cradle of Life

There comes a point in your life, an epiphany if you will, that life is too short to waste eight hours of your day (the best eight hours of your day), doing something that is less than satisfactory.   318 more words

Homestead Living

20months old: Self-sufficiency

So, we’re getting in to the swing of giving Lolo little things to do and achieve. Trying to remind ourselves that we don’t need to do everything for her. 76 more words


Skepticism, Self-Sufficiency and Denying Jesus

Improvement Era, Vol. 50, No. 11, General Conference, ‘Faith in Christ,’ November 1947, p 768;  “Skepticism, self‑sufficiency, atheism, a denial of the divinity of Jesus the Christ, have supplanted belief, and lapses from the moral standards are but the natural result of the breaking down of that faith.” – Albert E. 93 more words

False Doctrines Of Mormonism

Zero Per Cent Carbon & 100 Per Cent Stylish

The Norwegians are making leaps in the pursuit of carbon-neutral housing with the construction of the ZEB Multi-Comfort House.

The name may be awkward but the log-cabin-inspired home oozes style while saving the planet.  231 more words


Snowlar power?

This will be my first blog post (if I post it). Bear with me. I’m trying to get my head round the process. This post, therefore, may not be a good indicator of what future posts are going to look like. 174 more words

We are still alive: An update.

Wow.  Time flies!
This past year has been crazy busy.  It’s funny how we are on a quest for a simpler life, but to get there we are straining to keep up with life.   1,020 more words


Meat Birds

This week started with the arrival of 26 Red Ranger broiler chicks, our third year raising this particular breed.  We’re both kind of food snobs, and after years of buying the tasteless, water and who-knows-what else injected chickens from the grocery store that shrivel away to half of what you paid for when you cook them, we decided to raise our own.   387 more words