Ever wondered if life as a homesteader is all it's cracked up to be? Ever wish someone would just sit down and tell you all about it? Hi, I'm Amy Dingmann from afarmishkindoflife.com, and life on our 5-acre Minnesota homestead keeps me busy. Come hang out with me while I share a real and hilariously truthful look at what it's really like to live a farmish kind of life.
165: Put Your Ego Away
Okay, I’m going to say it. Ego is a problem in some homesteading and prepping communities and it needs to stop.
164: Build an In-Person Community
Online communities are great, but we need to remember the importance of in person, local communities. Let's bring them back!
163: 9 Tips for Taking Care of the Homestead When You’re Sick
There are no sick days on a farm, so how do you deal with homestead work when you can barely get out of bed?
162: Why it’s more important than ever to take care of yourself
Six reasons why it's more important than ever to take care of yourself—hint: look at current events—and three ways to do it.
161: 5 Uncomfortable Points to Consider
Wherein Amy goes off about “my body, my choice”, medical freedom, Karens, people who get off on being angry, and who is going to take the guns.
Nobody wants to work? It’s more than that.
Thoughts on employee shortages and the "nobody wants to work" argument. Folks, it's a much more complicated discussion than that.
Right on Target
This lady is right on target with her ideas, information, thoughts and comments. A great source for information for homesteading and life. She is her OWN person with her OWN thoughts and not afraid to voice them. She doesn’t bow under pressure! Listen, think and do!
WOW - great podcast!
I so appreciate Amy’s outlook on life. She’s accepting of others and shares inspirational tips on how to do this homestead life. I always look forward to listening to Amy’s podcast.