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Children In Prepping!

Children In Prepping!
Katzcradul “The Homestead Honey Hour”
Special guest – ‘Prepper A’

Children In PreppingSo you’ve caught the vision of what it means to be self reliant, and to be prepared for a variety of scenarios that might leave your family without outside assistance for a period of time. But your family is not Continue reading Children In Prepping!

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Home schooling, questions and answers!

Home schooling, questions and answers!
Renee “Homestead Honey Hour”

Home schooling -homeschool-travel-quote-300x200If you’re a parent – especially a parent who preps, homesteads, or both — chances are you’ve thought about home schooling. Maybe you’re homeschooling already.

There’s more joining the home schooling camp every year. The National Center for Education Statistics reports 1.7 percent of kids were home schooled in 1999, 2.2 percent in 2003, and 2.9 percent in 2007. In 2011, that figure was at 4 percent. If you crunch the numbers Continue reading Home schooling, questions and answers!

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Smarter Food Storage!

Smarter Food Storage!
Host: Katzcradul “The Homestead Honey Hour

Food StorageSince all the Honeys of The Homestead Honey hour believe it’s important to formulate shows based on what our subscribers and listeners want, Katzcradul is devoting this upcoming show to the discussion of “Smarter Food Storage”, how to get the most: for your food storage dollar, from the places where you store your food, and from your time, efforts, and abilities. Join us as we learn from each other, sharing our best ideas for managing our food storage. Continue reading Smarter Food Storage!

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The Road Not Taken

The Road Not Taken
Host: Noreen “The Homestead Honey Hour”

roadSome of you may know the popular poem of the same name, penned by American Icon Robert Frost. It is a beautiful piece of prose that always makes me think. It really is a fine prescription for how to live your life.

This week on the Homestead Honey Hour join me, Noreen for an hour of introspection. A metaphoric journey on the road less traveled and how it relates to the lives that we choose to live. In this chosen lifestyle, no matter what you like to call it, prepping, homesteading, preparedness, survivalism, we are all choosing the road less traveled and sometimes we wonder, should we have taken the other road? Continue reading The Road Not Taken

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5 Acres and A Dream!

5 Acres and A Dream
Host: Renee “Homestead Honey Hour

5-12 5 Acres and A DreamModern day homesteaders seek out an agrarian lifestyle for a laundry list of reasons and come from a multitude of backgrounds. Within this growing segment of the population going “back to the land” are more than a few baby-boomers.

Beginning to homestead as a middle-aged person has its unique set of challenges, and joys. No one knows this better than Leigh Tate, who along with her husband Daniel, decided to begin homesteading as empty-nesters. At the age when most couples are looking to down-size and move into a low-maintenance condo allowing for more leisure activities, the Tates were looking for land, livestock, and a life that would require more of them physically, mentally, and at times, emotionally. Continue reading 5 Acres and A Dream!

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Sugar vs. Sweeteners

Sugar vs. Sweeteners
Host: Noreen “The Homestead Honey Hour”

Sugar ist2_4782966-sugar-vs-sweetenerWe hear it everyday. Sugar is bad for you! But is it really? How do we know? Just because a bunch of advertisers and talking head, corporate doctors tell us that? While it is important to eat all things in moderation, the truth of the matter is we have once again been duped into believing something that is simply not true. Continue reading Sugar vs. Sweeteners

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