The Homesteading Blog is a mini-journal about all the how-tos on homesteading. Here's some great things it does:
You don't have to visit everyone's computer every day to see if they have sent you email, right? Instead, it is sent directly to you and stored in a special program in your email account. Then, when you're ready to view your email, you open up your account and read.
RSS works the same way.
You download a reader and if you have gmail or a yahoo email account, you can get RSS for free. Then, whenever you see a website you like, you just click on the RSS link. If you have Google, Yahoo or My MSN, it will add the site to your reader automatically. If not, you will have to paste the link to my homesteading blog to your reader.
Try RSS. You're gonna love it! It's a great way to keep up with friends' blogs and great websites like this one!
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Emergency preparedness response includes having an emergency supply kit on hand, a must for every family.
Some emergency medical preparedness tips will provide you peace of mind, even if you never have to use them.
An elderberry jam recipe is just the ticket if you have elderberries growing on your land.
This easy kimchi recipe is a great way to improve your health while making the best use of your garden produce.
Easiest ways to save money to get out of debt and start living off the land include ways you might not expect.
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Different flower remedies can help you heal your emotions and eventually your body.
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