Is it a piece of property? A way of life?...or so much more!
Join me with Nana as she shares wisdom from her generation and growing up in Newfoundland.
I want to discuss the necessity and importance of accepting differences and embracing diversity in the homesteading community.
In today’s episode, I’m dispelling some of the perceptions, or rather misperceptions, of this homesteading life. I reflect on what I thought homesteading was going to look like when I first started researching, to how I view it now. Most importantly, I share about the challenge of valuing the things that transition from romantic to familiar.
I am very much a dreamer that is living in extraordinary fulfillment of some of the dreams that, at one point, were completely impossible for me. Because of this fact, that has made me much braver now than I was before.
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