How to Calm Anxiety Naturally

You already know that I’m not a big fan of modern medicine. Over the years I’ve had to deal quite a bit with anxiety and I know I’m not alone. My doctor is willing to give me prescriptions for anxiety medication, but I prefer to know how to calm anxiety naturally as much as possible. These are my favorite ways to manage anxiety. I hope they help you as much as they help me.

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E – Entertainment on the Homestead

Entertainment at home

Okay, I’m a day late with this. Yesterday my husband had the day off and the weather was wonderful, so we took advantage of it to get some major chores done on the homestead. My son was a huge help! He and Jeff cleaned out the goat barn, and let me tell you, that was a huge job.

Everyone was pretty busy yesterday. My daughter got her room clean so she could start painting (something she has been wanting to do since we moved in), I did a little work in the garden and helped with the goats, and by the end of the day, we were pretty worn out. Continue reading

Homesteading from A to Z

It is April 1st and I just decided at the last minute to join the Blogging from A to Z challenge. I am not a spontaneous person; I like a game plan and advanced notice on most things. But hey, this could be fun.

So today I have to start with A. What is a good homesteading topic that begins with A? Well, I haven’t figured that out yet, so I may be a bit late in posting my starting post.

Anyhow, check back soon and I will have my A post up. I hope. 😉

Typical Mondays

It's Monday

It’s Monday

 

I saw this on Facebook and thought was very fitting. It’s Monday, which means my big work day. Lots of editing and not much time to be outside. It’s only supposed to get up to 33 degrees today, so I won’t want to be outside much, but I do want to see how the new goats are doing. I also want to get some seeds planted in my sunroom. We shall see. Right now I am still waiting for the coffee to finish brewing so I won’t get too ambitious.

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