283 episodes

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.

A Farmish Kind of Life Amy Dingmann

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 126 Ratings

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.

    286: Cultivating Connection with Intentional Interactions

    286: Cultivating Connection with Intentional Interactions

    With more ways than ever to interact with others, it's time to make deliberate choices in how we connect.

    285: Confidence Lessons From a Stray Cat

    285: Confidence Lessons From a Stray Cat

    Have you ever felt like you don't belong? In this episode, I share an insightful story about a stray cat named Alexander who recently wandered onto my farm and taught me a powerful lesson on confidence and belonging. Tune in to learn how embracing who you are can change your perspective and help you walk into any room like you belong there.

    284: Celebrate Your Homesteading Wins

    284: Celebrate Your Homesteading Wins

    What's one thing we often forget to do as homesteaders? Acknowledge the things we've already accomplished.

    283: Five Reminders for ANY Homesteader

    283: Five Reminders for ANY Homesteader

    It doesn't matter if you've been homesteading one day or one lifetime, these five pieces of advice about life as a homesteader will help you out.

    282: The Use What You Have Food Challenge

    282: The Use What You Have Food Challenge

    What happens when you challenge yourself to use the food already available on your homestead or in your pantry, rather than constantly buying new groceries?

    281: Be More Productive with the 220 Method

    281: Be More Productive with the 220 Method

    Two lists and a timer has made all the difference in my productivity! Will this method work for you?

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
126 Ratings

126 Ratings

sarahkboysen ,

The perfect podcast

It’s education. It’s easy to listen to while multitasking. It feels like you’re talking with a friend. And they’re the perfect length! Between 15-30 minutes. Perfect for my drive to town. She covers many topics of the homestead world! Oh and also very good quality audio. There’s nothing worse than great topics but crap audio. But none of that here, all very good audio!! Amy keeps it real and it feels like you’re just hanging out.

CynAlt ,

Marvelous

This show inspires me to be a better person!

Cheeta Hoosier ,

So much fun and informative too

The hostess is adorable, very sassy, intelligent, interesting, and thought provoking. The things she’s learned from living a farmish kind of life are readily shared. The good and the bad! Her husband and her boys are blessed to have someone who is so engaged in their life and education. I definitely get inspired to get out and do something after listening to her stories.

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