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Creative moments to remember my rural money homestead journey. A blog, photo and vlog chronicle of my thrifty lifestyle and gardening for survival.

RURAL MONEY HOMESTEAD

Create Unique Storage Solutions With Flea Market Finds

Storage Solutions

Use Your Creativity For Storage Solutions One of the main reasons you end up with clutter in your homestead is probably because you have run out of storage solutions¬†for the things you own. There are things you do not want to let go of, but you have no place to put them. Keep reading to learn how to create unique storage solutions. You may be tempted to let things pile up for the lack of additional storage space. Instead, go to flea markets to look around for unique wooden boxes, etc. This will solve three problems: Save money Get a new item Find a place to store things. Make a list of the items you need to store before you go flea market shopping. Most likely there will be a variety of things. Some will be big or bulky like clothing or stuffed toys. Others will be smaller and easier…

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Rightfully Mine: Short Backstory To Tonza’s Homesteading Journey

Rightfully Mine

Rightfully Mine Is God’s Equal Rights Amendment Rightfully mine reminds me of a¬†story in my favorite book about a group of people who desired to live in a certain hill country. The leaders sent spies to spy out the land. When the spies returned, they reported that there are giants in the land and we were afraid. However, the good news was there were grapes so large that two men had to carry them suspended on a stick. Well, the leaders still wanted their people to live in that land; so they said that we have a right to live there … the Lord is with us … As a child and as an adult, I have had to face many giants to fight for my right to live in a certain place, work in a certain place … and have peace of mind … As a young girl, I…

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2016 Is A Very Good Rural Money Year

2016 Is A Very Good Rural Money Year

Make Your Homestead’s Rural Money Year A Bowl Of Cherries I barely survived in 2015, but 2016 is a very good rural money year for my homestead and the proof for how I did it is below. My homestead profits for January, February, March and April income streams include: Amazon/Createspace/Kindle; ClickBank eBooks/Web App Subscription); Google Adsense/YouTube; Lulu; Personal Assistance.   January 2016: $2,140.86 February 2016: $2,618.55 March 2016: $2,526.62 April 2016: $3,867.27 Total Homestead Income¬†(as of May 6, 2016):¬†¬†$11,153.30 Just Surviving On My Homestead Is Not Good Enough At the end of 2015, I positioned myself to change my online financial destiny, which is why I believe that 2016 is a very good year! In total, as of May 6, 2016, I have earned $11,153.30. Rural Money’s entry into the major Internet marketing arena underscores what other long-betting digital marketers have expected. Since the eBook explosion, digital marketing has proven…

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Watch My Organic Kitchen Garden Grow | Rural Money

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I Grow What I Like To Eat Because I have a small 16 x 11 organic kitchen garden, I didn’t go overboard with my seed purchase, so I buy choice seeds for my organic kitchen garden. I have harvested several vegetable, fruit and flower seed supplements. Why Am I Gardening? Nothing taste better than home-grown produce; and in a crisis, our number one need is food, for survival. What Am I Planting? My organic kitchen garden seeds include: Botanical Interests Seeds – USDA Organic (2) Heirloom Swiss Chard/Ruby Red Rhubarb $1.89 (1) Sweet Corn $2.39 (1) Cucumber/Homemade Pickles $2.39 (1) Watermelon/Sugar Baby $1.99 (1) Summer Squash/Early Prolific Straightneck $2.39 (1) Winter Squash/Table King Acorn $1.79 (1) Dill/Bouquet $1.79 (1) Basil/Custom Blend $1.99 (1) Fennel/Florence Perfection $1.89 Self-Harvested Seeds Seedless Watermelon Pink Slut Flower Sunflower/Neighbor Giveaway Orange Meyer Lemon I enjoy viewing colorful garden catalogs with beautiful pictures of veggies etc….

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