Seeing gratitude as a homesteader is something we are lucky to experience often. Whether its being able to see a sky full of stars, or waking up to the kookaburra’s singing…there’s lots to be grateful for when living in the bush. This post looks at some of the ways I see and experience gratitude on my homestead.
Lately, my horsemanship journey has been a lot about energy. And I don’t know if that is solely as a result of my active awareness of it, or if it is occurring as part of some kind of awakening and level of understanding I am developing with my horse. When he had his vet shots, it was about energy. And recently, when I wrote about the farrier visit and giving your horse a voice, it was also about energy. This post looks at the way we transfer energy to our horses, and how becoming aware of it levels up our relationship and connection.
To survive this pandemic and any future inability to move around freely in the future, you’ll need to act smart, use your resources wisely, in order to ensure you have enough for you and your family to make it through the other end. So here I’ve compiled a bit of a list of useful tips you’ll need to survive lockdown, and if you don’t already have these in place, plans and ideas about how you can implement them for the future.
Simplifying your life and living more mindfully is not something that happens overnight. But there’s lots of things you can do along the way to help you achieve that goal. living mindfully and minimally doesn’t mean you need to subscribe to the whole ideology. But like me, you can take a bit from each lifestyle to make it your own. Read more…