What a year! RancherMan & I have enjoyed a wonderful year filled with fun projects and new endeavors. Here’s hoping your year has been wonderful as well. To celebrate this year coming to a close, today I’m sharing with you the TOP 10 Homesteading Posts of the Year! Curious to see the most popular posts on the blog this year? Read on, dear friends.
I’d tried unsuccessfully for years to make a fluffy, soft sandwich bread. FINALLY – SUCCESS! My KitchenAid helped make the whole thing easier.
Don’t begin to think negatively about your own life when you see your social media friends with their picture-perfect holiday.
Many readers were interested in our month-long grocery challenge where we spent NO money on food. Read this popular post.
Lots of you were, like me, hoping to find the answer to unlocking the secret to long-term potato storage
One of RancherMan’s favorite meals made in the slow cooker. Easy AND Delicious – what’s not to love??!
In June, our guest poster Ashley shared with us her own food challenge of NO refined sugar in their diet for a full month! The first week along with its sugar-free recipe was especially popular with the readers.
I hate to use poison, and apparently so do many of YOU! This Homestead Hack post was very popular!
I often make my own Cream-Of-Whatever soup from scratch. It’s quick & easy and with so much less salt and hard-to-pronounce ingredients than the commercial stuff.
After a particularly disturbing Facebook interaction I began wondering if social media sites were really a friend or foe. Many of you weighed in with your own experiences.
This post shares how I’m able to (for the most part) ditch the use of plastic in my fridge. According to the readers there were some surprises in this post.
So there ya go, the top 10 posts of the year on the blog There’s not been enough time for me to accurately include the top November & December posts of course, but following are your two BONUS posts – the top November and December posts as of this publishing:
One of my New Year’s GOALS this year (not Resolutions) was to learn to sew. And here’s my very first, very EASY project. If *I* can do it, anyone can! Cute, Repurposed Denim Fabric Baskets.
Homestead Hack – SMALL JARS: I needed small bottles to hold my gifts. I’ve found an alternative to purchasing empty bottles that works beautifully!
TA-DA! Those are the most popular homesteading posts of 2015. It’s fun to look back on the faves from prior years as well, check these out too!
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I’ve enjoyed the journey and I hope you have too. Thank you all for sharing the journey with me!
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