I'm trying to share this story with as many people as possible. The little book was created by my daughter and I when she was just four years old. It's been an ebook, and now I've reformatted it so that other folks can enjoy this story as a board book, too.
The story is about a little angel who finds a big way to help at the First Christmas and it would make a wonderful gift to any child. If you are interested in getting a copy for you or a loved one, please visit www.kickstarter.com and search for, A Christmas Angel: The Board Book. Find a level that fits your budget and enjoy this book with your family for years to come.
Thanks for your help!
It's not the camper trials one. That one is still in the works. BUT this one is just as awesome. It's called,
"How to DIY Anything: The Ultimate Maker Mindset"
and I've been told that it's something to be proud of.
What do you think of when you hear the terms "Permaculture" and "Prepping?" Do you think, "What?" or "Crazy!" or something else entirely? Are Permaculture and Prepping at odd's with each other? Can they work together to make the world a better place? That's what I wanted to know when I decided to interview some of my idols.
When I started this journey, I had no idea how awesome it would be. Growing up, I knew how important it was to be prepared for things. My dad always told me to "keep my head on a swivel" which meant pay attention and to be ready for anything.
To be honest I'm a little bit of a space cadet so I especially needed that guidance. Anyways, I really took that to heart.
As an adult I became interested in permaculture because I have a deep regard for my Heavenly Father and all of his creations. In the words of Matt Powers, "Permaculture is the language of nature." I want to learn this language so badly!
Being prepared and living sustainably, are both so important to me, but for awhile I didn't know how permaculture and prepping could work together. Both can be all consuming, and can require a lot of effort, at least in the beginning. I couldn't see how they worked together. Until one day I realized that you need to be prepared in order to do permaculture things, and like Paul Wheaton said, "Every act of permaculture leaves you better prepared." I'm still working on defining this relationship in my life. Now, thanks to these wonderful interviews, I am a lot more clear on how permaculture and prepping can live together in one life. I hope these help you do the same!
For this interview series, I spoke with (really communicated, some of the interviews were via email) 5 experts; Ernie and Erica Wisner, Paul Wheaton, Geoff Lawton, and Matt Powers.
I took what they wrote (or said), lightly edited for grammar and clarity, pulled out a few of my favorite quotes, and left it in an interview format. And here they are, in all of their wonderfulness. I hope you enjoy them, and I hope that you learn something important.
(p.s. click on the images above to be taken to that books link in our store!)
Lindsay Hodge is our resident Writer here at Haven Homestead. She keeps this blog, a GRIT blog, and writes other fun things too.