Getting Back to Basics
There are some things you would never expect a city girl to know. Like canning and preserving home-grown food. Or like soap-making. And especially not how to milk a goat and make fresh chevre! But in my re-education in adulthood, I went back to basics to see how our food and products are supposed to be produced, and tested them against industrialized, convenient products.
What have I learned?
That I’m happier and healthier with a handmade lifestyle. And that I would be pretty handy to have around after the Zombie Apocalypse. I’ve also learned that there are so many brilliant people out there who are passionate about crafting a good life and they are eager to share it!
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I’m happy to announce that I’ve joined up with over 70 other authors and added one of my eBooks, Handmade Gifts from the Kitchen, to the Back to Basics eBook Bundle.
What’s on earth is an eBook Bundle???
The Back To Basics Bundle is a collection of over 60 eBooks, memberships and subscriptions from the best authors in the back to basics movement. Topics include cooking from scratch, simple living, DIY, natural remedies, homeschooling, green living, frugal living, preparedness and homesteading. It also comes with a number of bonus offers from companies that care about the back to basics lifestyle. In other words, authors, content creators, companies and bloggers have all come together for this extraordinary event.
How can they do this? It’s more about making a difference than making a buck. We all have come together to do our part to make this event happen. We earn a percentage of the sales of the bundle as affiliates, but it’s about more than that. We want as many people as possible to read—and love—our books about back to basics living.
Some of my favorite eBooks so far are:
- 10 Minute Prep Freezer Meals–Shanti Landon
- Oh Lardy’s Guide to Fermenting Fruits & Vegetables–Tamara Mannelly and Kelly Liston
- Dehydrating Mini eCourse–Jennifer and Bill Osuch
- The Complete Guide to Natural Cleaning–Angie Holden
- Urban Farming For Kids–Danelle Wolford
- The Urban Chicken–Heather Harris
- Tips For The Beginning Beekeeper–Karen Creel
- Natural Herbal Living–Amanda Klenner
- Getting Prepared–Angela England
- Your Own 72 Hour Kit Plan–Misty Marsh
- Household Organization Pack–Whitney Cornelison
Of course there are so many more! See them all here.