Why Are Homesteading Blogs Popular
Homesteading Bloggers Give Up Their High Heels Because It’s Empowering!
If you’re wondering why are homesteading blogs popular, it is certainly not because it is an easy lifestyle, but because it is rewarding,
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Many homesteaders create blogs as a business because they spend long days tending to the garden, feeding and caring for animals, and then have to cook meals, prepare and preserve produce, and tend to the other 99 details in a regular day, but they love it.
Is homesteading the simple life, perhaps. Easy, no.
But, there is one common denominator, one phrase you’ll hear from homesteading bloggers around the world; homesteading is rewarding.
Homesteading Blogs Result From Hard Work
Your mother and father were right.
You do get satisfaction from hard work.
There really is nothing quite like eating a vegetable that you grew in your garden, and tended to with your own two hands.
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as wearing a sweater that you made yourself from yarn, that you sheared off of your sheep.
There are many tasks in life that are just plain tedious or difficult, and there are no real tangible results.
With homesteading blogs, you get to enjoy the fruits of your labor and that is rewarding while writing about it for others to enjoy and be inspired to buy a rural homestead.
Homesteading Blogs Are Popular Because You’re Making A Difference
The homesteading lifestyle does make a difference.
It impacts the environment in a positive way.
Also, it can change the economic conditions in your community.
This is particularly true for both rural and urban homesteaders who build community gardens, chicken coops and more.
You band together to create a better lifestyle for yourselves and others in your community and on your blog.
Even simply by sharing some of the produce you grow in your garden, or sharing the strawberry preserves you made yourself; you make a positive difference in the lives of those you share with.
Homesteading Blogs Are Empowering
We’ve become so dependent on commercial establishments to survive, that when you cut the cord and realize that you can be self-reliant, it’s quite empowering.
Some homesteading bloggers have given up high heels and corporate jobs.
You have even given up the utility grid and provide your own energy.
More than that, you are growing most of the food you need for your families, and quite literally live off the land.
However, even if you don’t go to these homesteading lengths, you’ll find that homesteading makes you feel more powerful and capable.
Ready to enjoy the positive experience that homesteading and a homesteading blog provides?
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