Self Reliance Challenge in 2019 for a Simpler Life

The New Year is just around the corner and since most of us set goals for the coming year I have to ask – Have you set your 2019 goals yet? Have you thought about what you want to accomplish this year? With all the turmoil in the world today we should all be thinking about how to be more self-reliant in every way we can and I believe very strongly that this should be part of your goals for this coming year. So to help you on your way to making those goals and keeping on your journey to a simpler and healthier life —  I will be joining a Self Reliance Challenge for 2019 with a group of other great bloggers who also want to help you find you way to a self-reliant and self-sufficient lifestyle. With this Self Reliance Challenge we will give you lots or valuable information on how to improve your skills and habits and explain the importance of being able to survive in an emergency situation on just on an every day basis.

Self Reliance Challenge for 2019

Join us as we share our self-reliant tips, skills and plans. Being self-reliant and self-sufficient has many benefits to you, your family, and to the world around you. Being self-reliant means you can depend on your own skills to survive and to support yourself, your family and even your community.

Come and join us as we provide tips, skills, ideas, and ways to become self-sufficient and self-reliant. Join in our conservation’s about all of the following and more:

  • Save money and energy
  • Raise animals for meat, eggs, and dairy
  • Grow fresh food in your own garden and orchard
  • Cook healthy meals from scratch
  • Create your own bath and body products
  • Preserve the bounty of your homestead
  • Forage for wild edibles and medicinal plants
  • Provide a healthy life for your family
  • Take on do-it-yourself and home projects
  • Prepare for emergencies
  • Live an abundantly simple life!

You’re invited to follow our Self Reliance Challenge Pinterest board here.

Please make sure you visit the other wonderful bloggers you are sharing their articles, ideas and skills. You can visit the rest of The Self Reliance Challenge Bloggers that are listed below:

Kathi – Oak Hill Homestead

Nancy – Nancy On The Homefront

AnnMarie – 15 Acre Homestead

Farmgal – Just another Day on the Farm

Candy – Candy’s Farm House Pantry

Kristi – Stone Family Farmstead

Marla (this is my blog)  – Organic 4 Greenlivings

Heidi – Healing Harvest Homestead

Victoria – Modern Homestead Mama

Shawna – Homegrown Self Reliance

Stephanie – Happily Homegrown

Bethany – Family Growing Pains

Robin —  A Life in the Wild

Dianne – Hidden Springs Homestead

Julie – The Farm Wife

Lacey – Home & Harrow

Sheri Ann – Experimental Homesteader

Lisa Lynn  – The Self Sufficient HomeAcre

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About the author

Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog! I believe in living green, organically, and natural in every aspect of our lives. My mission is to help educate you on how to live green, help save our environment and to help you and your family live a happier, healthier life!

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  11. I’m looking forward to learning from everyone during the challenge. It’s already inspiring and giving me ideas!

    1. HI Robin,
      I also find the self reliance challenge very inspiring and educational. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a healthy, happy & blessed New Year!

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