If you have the time, and you want a good laugh, I highly recommend watching these videos. PLEASE REMEMBER, just because these people have a YouTube channel about homesteading DOES NOT make them experts. In fact, some of these videos are down right entertaining on how BAD they are. I'm not saying they are ALL wrong. There are some good ones on there. But, you have to be selective. Make sure you do your homework. lol
I really find these videos entertaining, especially the ones that try to be funny and informative at the same time. Or, the videos where people try to "act" for the camera. You'll just have to watch some of them. So the next time you are stuck inside, check some of the homesteading videos out.
I DID find some that I thought were pretty informative. Come to find out, I know more than I thought. Ha HA! I guess I just think a lot of this stuff as common knowledge. But, that's because I live in the Appalachian area and people still kind of homestead here. We just call that normal living.
What I did like about these videos were that they really motivated me into to figuring out our game plan for this coming year. I started looking into what to plant in our garden. Like I said last year, I don't plan on it being a huge garden. I'm wanting something that I can maintain. And with me being down in my back and knees and Hubby working full time, we shall see just how big that will be. I keep telling myself not to do what I do every year, which is plan this HUGE garden because THIS year I'm going to work in it really hard and pull every weed, and mulch around every plant, and can every veggie that comes out of there. Ya, that is the lie I tell myself every year. Then "things" just happen and the garden gets neglected. We may still get a few things out of the garden every year, but we don't do it justice.
Well, as I'm typing this, I see the snow is starting to fall. They have upped the total snow fall amounts just a little. Oh well, back to watching homesteading videos. lol
So until next time,
Small Farm Girl, What's YOUR favorite homesteading information center?