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3 Reasons New Homesteaders Fail

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3 Reasons New Homesteaders Fail

3 Reasons New Homesteaders Fail - Failure can come in all forms and isn't always a bad thing. If you think about it, all of the things we use that makes our lives "easier" came about through a lot of trial and error (aka failure). Homestead failure, on the other hand, can have some pretty devastating effects that affect not only the homestead itself, but your entire life and in all areas. Follow Me on Pinterest

Failure can come in all forms and isn’t always a bad thing. If you think about it, all of the things we use that makes our lives “easier” came about through a lot of trial and error (aka failure). Homestead failure, on the other hand, can have some pretty devastating effects that affect not only the homestead itself, but your entire life and in all areas.

While the 3 things could be applied to just about any situation, when it comes to homesteading, the game has been upped considerably. Because of the nature of homesteading (aka self reliance), if you fail to be prepared and always look forward to what’s coming up on the horizon, you could lose not only your food source, you might lose your actual home, too! I don’t know what would be worse: losing a home to a fire or because you failed to be prepared, failed to have a plan, and failed to have backups for that plan.

Homesteading has been largely romanticized by the media but when you take away the feel-good, perfect-happy-world malarky and take a good look at what it really means to homestead, you find something much more honest. Is it hard work? Yes. Is it worth it? You bet your homemade jam it is!

3 Reasons New Homesteaders Fail

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