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Last Week at Tiny House

Remember in my last post how I said that this year’s Valentine’s Day felt like a hearty cheer to the heavens that we made it? I really wasn’t joking. The last week has been filled wit...

In Apr 10, 2014

So A Guy Decided To Drive Through West Africa. The Things He Saw Are Almost Unbelievable.

There are a wide variety of cultures and countries in West Africa, from Nigeria through to Senegal, but one thing is the same for them all: life there is very different than life in t...

In Apr 10, 2014

I Can’t Decide If What This Guy Made Is Awesome Or Deadly. But I Really Want To Try It Anyway.

Ever wanted to make a 15 pound Snicker’s chocolate candy bar? Of course you have. Who hasn’t? Well, thanks to one guy who decided to take things to the next, ridiculous level, you can...

In Apr 04, 2014

Here Are The 16 Most Simple Yet Disastrous Decisions Ever Made.

Throughout history, some of the biggest disasters have been caused by something that seemed so simple (at least at the time). There are times when individuals make mistakes, someone s...

In Feb 02, 2014

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Interior design for function over form

If I were to live in a tiny house, it would be a fancy one like this. Picture obtained from http://tinyhousesmallspace.tumblr.com/

In Sep 04, 2013

Thinking About Quitting Paleo

After a lot of thinking, and researching, and talking, and reading, I’ve come to the conclusion that I just can’t be paleo anymore.

In Apr 05, 2013

A Clandestine Chicken Mission

Last night in the cover of darkness, Josh and I crept to the chicken coop. Huddled in Josh’s arms was the wounded chick that had been living in our house for almost a week. Our plan w...

In Apr 04, 2013

DIY Candy Board for Bees

Normally bees eat the honey they have made and stored in their hives during the summer but if they don’t have enough honey to last until spring, you can supplement with a candy or sug...

In Mar 03, 2013

Our First Egg

title: Our First Eggimage:tags: sustainable, homestead

In Feb 02, 2013

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