Happy New Year! I hope you’ve all been thinking about your homesteading goals since last week. In addition to thinking about that, we’ve also been thinking about our goals for the blog in 2017. Our overall goal is to help you learn homesteading, but how exactly should we do that?
We’ve already planned blog posts on gene editing, GMOs, gardening, and goats. Plus we have several giveaways scheduled. In addition to more book reviews and giveaways, we will also be giving away seed collections from some of the country’s best heirloom seed catalogs. But before we get too carried away, I thought we should ask YOU what you want to see on the blog in 2017. Maybe you don’t want more giveaways? Or maybe you really wish we would write a post about X.
So, here is your chance to tell us! The whole reason this blog is here is because I want to help you avoid mistakes and have a wonderful homesteading experience. I always say that I made all the mistakes so you don’t have to. How can we help you learn homesteading?
I know you’re busy, so the survey is only four multiple choice questions, which you should be able to answer in less than a minute. So, click here to let us know what you want!
I also want to let you know that if you’re particularly interested in health, we’ve started a new blog devoted entirely to health. I will still continue to post on here about food-related health issues (like the dangers of GMOs and the benefits of grassfed meat). But I’m passionate about helping people to live healthier lives, and sometimes I want to write about health topics that have nothing to do with homesteading. So, head over to HealthierPaths.com and check it out! In addition to health-related articles, Janie is doing book reviews and giveaways, and Health Coach Dia Russell is also contributing a monthly column. In fact, you should read her inspiring bio. She’s been through all sorts of challenges from autoimmune diseases to cancer.
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