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Gold, Silver and Diversifying Income

Gold, Silver and Diversifying Income
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below!

Gold, Silver and Diversifying IncomeThere was a time when your faithful host was just a scared newbie lost in a sea of articles about the impending economic collapse and the death of the US dollar. I knew my history so the idea of wheelbarrows of money to get bread weren’t new to me. Still, I had a family and thought I had to act fast to stem the tide of the coming collapse. Now, that was 5 years ago, we are not in the boat many of us prepared for. That said, we are in a Continue reading Gold, Silver and Diversifying Income

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Internet Money on I Am Liberty!

Internet Money!
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Listen to this show in player below!

Internet Money!Its very rare we take the time to talk about income but lately I have been looking for ways to change that. The motivation behind this is two fold. One is the fact that I am looking to take control of my world and not be held to the typical eight hour work day. The second reason I am looking for Continue reading Internet Money on I Am Liberty!

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Making money and rural living!

Making money and rural living
DJ Cooper “Surviving Dystopia

Making money and rural living HOMESTEADI hear it over and over. Always the same problem and the one big problem many homesteaders struggle to overcome. In a rural setting often times jobs can be scarce. How can you make money to pay for things like taxes and incidentals? Continue reading Making money and rural living!

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Living On One Income

Living On One Income & Thriving On A Shoestring Budget
Host: Karen Lynn “Lil’ Suburban Homestead

Living On One Income lilsuburbanhomesteadoldhouseKaren Lynn and The Viking reminisce this week about their season of living on one income and they even have a blog post at Lil’ Suburban Homestead called “The Top 10 Rules For Living On One Income & Thriving On a Shoe String Budget”. They will be discussing their out of the box thinking, some of the Viking’s creative projects to make living in a 1906 historic home without heat and air conditioning easier. They also share some fun stories about how they failed at raising rabbits, how the Viking built a garden with reclaimed bricks from around the corner down town, and more! Continue reading Living On One Income

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Raising Quail with guest, Autumnprepper

Quail: The low-key source of eggs and meat with no land required!

Raising Quail with guest, Autumnprepper
Host: Renée “The Homestead Honey Hour”

homestead honey 125Square foot gardening, vertical gardening, container gardening, edible landscaping and other innovative horticultural, techniques have made raising at least part of one’s own food achievable for many people. However, when it comes to having a sustainable protein source (beyond beans), the urban and suburban prepper / homesteader is often at a disadvantage. City dwellers or those in the ‘burbs may find they have restrictive zoning and/or a lack of land working against them when it comes to keeping a few laying hens or other livestock. But there is a solution. You just have to think outside the box. . . and smaller: Enter the Quail. Continue reading Raising Quail with guest, Autumnprepper

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Homestead Bliss: Balancing all that weight on your shoulders

homestead honey 125On this episode of the Homestead Honey Hour: Balancing all that weight on your shoulders with Renée aka MichiganSnowPony

Chances are, if you homestead, you also engage in several (or even all) of the following activities: Work off-farm, have a family, take care of livestock, keep a large garden, preserve and put up your own food (and maybe feed for your animals as well), heat with wood, home-school, run a home-business, are involved with your community and/or church, prep for the future, and hopefully pursue a few hobbies and interests in your spare time.

Ha — What spare time?!? Continue reading Homestead Bliss: Balancing all that weight on your shoulders

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