2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 18

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 18

Another week, another weekly update from the Suburban Steader Homestead.  Unfortunately, there wasn’t another post in between the weekly update post from last week, but such is life.  It’s a combination of being busy at work, being busy at home and not finding something to write about that I can really sink my teeth into.

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 17

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 17

Wow! Are we at another week already?  Last week was a busy week for us here at the Suburban Steader Homestead and this week wasn’t much different.  Let’s check into the going-ons at the Suburban Steader Homestead for Week 17 of 2017! This Week’s Milestones Get Your Hike On! My twin girls are a masters

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 16

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 16

I feel like I’m cheating a little bit as I wrote the last weekly wrap-up only five days ago.  That being said, I want to get these back on track for Friday publish dates.  The last few days have been somewhat busy and exciting.  Let’s check into the going-ons at the Suburban Steader Homestead for

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 15

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 15

Spring has sprung on the Suburban Steader Homestead!  The weather has turned to the warmer weather and the gardens are starting to grow!  There was so much that happened this week that I need to get into it right now! This Week’s Milestones Back On Track! After what seems like weeks and weeks of complaining,

Backpacking: Why Preppers Should All Do It

Backpacking: Why Preppers Should All Do It

Backpacking is often thought of as this out of reach, extreme sport that only people in top physical condition undertake.  That’s just not the case.  Backpacking is as much a skill builder as it is an activity for the adventurous.  And the best part is that anyone can do it.  It can be as simple

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 14

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 14

We are in the lull of the homesteading season here in the Northeast.  It’s not quite warm enough to plant outside and, honestly, my home is fairly up-to-date so there’s not a lot of work that needs to occur.  That being said, I kept busy this week on the Suburban Steader Homestead so come see

Your Own 72Hr Kit Plan Ebook (Product Review)

Your Own 72Hr Kit Plan Ebook (Product Review)

In the past, I’ve posted articles on how to pack a bugout bag, but I’ve never fully addressed exactly what to put in a bug out bag or, as it’s also known, a 72hr kit.  Fortunately, for both of us, Misty Marsh from Simple Family Preparedness has taken the time to write a “by the

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 12 & 13

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 12 & 13

I’m going to start right here by apologizing.  I haven’t written an article that isn’t a wrap-up since Week 10 and I didn’t even get to a wrap-up article last week.  There’s a reason for missing so much writing, but I’ll warn you that it’s not terribly exciting.  All that being said, let’s see what’s

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 11

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 11

I can’t believe I’m writing another weekly wrap-up post already.  This week seemed to go by way too quick.  There’s good reason for that – I had a lot of fun this week and was quite busy!  Come along and see what I accomplished this week on the Suburban Steader Homestead. This Week’s Milestones Travelin’

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 10

2017 Suburban Steader Update – Week 10

Wow! Double digit weeks already.  Can you believe we’ve gone through ten weeks – seventy days – already in 2017? Tick, tock, tick, tock folks! Time marches on and you need to make sure you’re making the most of it.  With that thought in mind, come along and see what I accomplished this week on