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RURAL MONEY HOMESTEAD

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

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I Am The Queen Of My Homestead | Rural Money Homestead

Queen Of My Homestead

Pretty Things Here, There And Everywhere As the queen of my homestead, I am creating moments to remember my before and after rural homesteading projects inside and out. This Rural Money Homestead link tells you all about my homestead concept and how it got its name. This Rural Money Homestead link is a photo chronicle of my thrifty, rural lifestyle and preparation to live off the land, to help me create a sense of fun in the process, and live happily ever after. Queen-In-Residence Busy As A Bee Kitchen’s done. Landscape so lovely. Bedrooms a beauty. … pretty things here, there and everywhere. 🙂 Antique gaming table purchased from my good friends at EstateRescueQueens.com Rural Money Resource: You can’t run your homestead as a business without a properly functioning web site. Click here to get your income generating website today.

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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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Triangle Fire Collective Bargaining: The Audacity And Penalties

Triangle Fire Collective Bargaining

Could The Triangle Fire Collective Bargaining Be Repeated I watched a documentary entitled Triangle Fire collective bargaining, which is a story about the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in New York. It claimed the lives of 146 workers, primarily women, young and old, that went on strike to protest deplorable working conditions. The factory owners were wealthy, but they grew up poor, so their zenith about money was to be cheap, tight-fisted and hateful. I could hardly believe the cruelty and brutality that was perpetrated on women, who happened to be Caucasian, by their employers and people within the community. As a Black American woman, I am no stranger to cruelty against women of my own race. I have also read various historical books, so I am aware of America’s past child labor infractions. Yet, I was ignorant about the plight of women who joined together in a dangerous and hostile…

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Bargain Hunting Tips At Flea Markets To Save And Make Rural Money

Bargain Hunting At Flea Markets

Aimez-vous (Do You Like) Bargain Hunting When the weather is good, I spend a lot of time at flea markets bargain hunting and looking for different items for my homestead. Once upon a time, I was a flea market vendor where I set up products in a booth space, so I have some cool tips for you. If you have “good stuff”, you won’t have to wait long to start selling it. Buyers will help you unpack to get first dibs, because they see that your items are good pickins’. Other sellers wait for buyers to walk around and see the new and used items for sale. Tips To Make Bargain Hunting An Easy Day’s Work You never know what you will find at a flea market. There are plenty of new and used items, home made crafts and clothing to choose from and sell on eBay. It is best…

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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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