Watch “Make Your Homestead Profitable” on YouTube

I really love this video blog, and this particular episode really hit home for me. She has such great common sense advice.

Pip is working on some hand embroidered creations so we can open a little etsy shop for her, and I am going to look into some affiliate advertising for this blog.

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