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Writings and Ramblings
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The Homestead is getting serious.
It’s been a long, silent spring, but we’re back! During our radio silence, we moved the Homestead (chickens included) and welcomed another future farmer! But, it’s time to get back into the swing and welcome the next batch of Homestead critters. Can you tell what based on this picture?? And, if anyone wants eggs, the ladies are laying!!!
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How to start a blog. I’m taking a slight departure from my normal emails to answer a question frequently asked: How do I start my own blog? Well, I did it the old-fashioned way: got a website and started writing whatever I felt like. Although I’m usually a huge proponent of old-fashioned, I now know it could have been easier. A lot easier. Get some professional blog tips! When I started I knew nothing of pinnable images, internet design, blog editing plans and SEO (search engine optimization). Not to mention, I had no idea that a blog could actually be a source of income and, while I find writing the blog tons of fun, who wouldn’t want to make a little extra? If you’re thinking of starting a blog, my first recommendation is to read. Read as much as you can. A little up font planning can go a long way. If you’re looking for a great book to start with, I highly recommend Blog by Number. Not only does the eBook outline all that you need to know about blogging, it provides: Post-ideas Sample titles Walk through of Pinterest Pinnable samples A great workbook for Google Drive (excel-like) to…