DIY Sustainable Life

Happy New Year 2020 is here.
  Let's make this year the best! Start by doing one thing a week different then you normally do.  Find a way to-do zero waste. GROW a bigger garden, add some more rows. Grow what you like and will eat. Drink more water, cook more at home. Just start where you are.
   Like today, I made vanilla rum extract, It was on my today list for a long time. It will last almost a year or more. Cheaper to make and better then store bought.

    Did you know big companies make you think, you need their items in order to be happy?
YES! And guess what? The reality is you don't! You don't realize everything is connected, so let's get inspired. It's just that simple.
   Buy local... Make everything you can.... Thrift stores..... Use what you have.... Forage.......
low waste, to NO waste....... Grow, build and repeat.
   Just recently, I canned about 20 lbs of potatoes. Now, I don't have to buy from them store. I have some put away for food storage, and some in the pantry.
   "Every action causes a reaction." It takes one person to start a change the world. If you inspire one person and they inspire someone you just made a train reaction. Back to "every action causes a reaction."
    You only have one life, and we don't have another Earth to go to. So radiate with JOY! Grow your own food. Build your own home, chicken coop or pole barn. Live off-grid or use solar power.

    A sustainable life is easier then you think. Together we can make a tremendous environmental impact. Each individual has the power to live a sustainable lifestyle. I believe we got too comfortable and spoiled with food being delivered to our doors. "It's too late to cook, so let me pull in an pick up some fast food." All processed food is bad for our bodies. 
   Make your own food storage. Save seeds. Can your own food. Make a garden. Recycle and restore something. Reduce waste. Compost what you can. 

   We started a YouTube I hope to see you there... We want to share our sustainable life with others.

   Grow a garden simple, find scrap wood for a raised bed. You can get scrap from sawmills, ask around, look in ads, and groups for free items. Once you start growing your own food, you delete that part from your life of going to the store on items you can grow. So the money can be put on something else or saved. 
   Even God talks in the Bible about sustainability.
 “So God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. God blessed them, and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth.” - Genesis 1:27-28

  Today, we have become especially aware of how the pursuit of human self-interest threatens the natural environment. We were meant to tend and care for the Garden (Gen. 2:15). 

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  1. Good content but please get your Bible quotes right.

  2. This information is so useful and informative which you have shared here. It is beneficial for beginners to develop their knowledge. It is very gainful information. Thanks for sharing vanilla bean powder.


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