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Who Am I & What’s This Blog About?

First off, my name is Jodi, but my friends call me YoYo, and you can find out more about me and my purpose for FarmHomestead on my about page. But just real quick, let me say that this site is for natural-minded folks moving into the over 30 and up generation in need of inspiration and guidance when it comes to using herbs, gardening, learning resilient, self-reliant lifestyles. And the best news is this… This lifestyle doesn’t require faultlessness, it only requires the ability to learn. Learn to be reliant on yourself, learn to be happy with what you DO accomplish, and learn to, in all things, find joy!

But enough about me. Let’s get to how I can help you with all I just mentioned.

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With over 400 blog posts related to health, homesteading, animal husbandry, organic gardening, and herbal remedies, you may get “blog overwhelm” while surfing around the FarmHomestead. I have tried to categorize them so you can choose what you’d like to learn about first… look below and see how I can help you. 🙂

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Everything you need to know about a Garden Shed

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Homemade Dormant Oil for Fruit Trees

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History Of Herbal Medicine

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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Alternative Herbal Medicine

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How to Make Your Backyard a Cozy Getaway

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Last Flower of the Year-Dandelion

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Tips for Infusing Water with Fruit

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