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Real Self Sufficiency
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Sustainable living, green living, self sufficiency, healthy living
Sustainable living, green living, self sufficiency, healthy living

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GreenGeeks web hosting rivals the market leaders and is quickly taking the web hosting market by storm, surpassing many of its older, more established competitors. Yes, there are a few niggles, just like with any other hosting company, and this GreenGeeks…

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Oh, banana bread. It’s so difficult to find decent gluten-free recipes that taste good. Particularly for gluten free cake and bread recipes. More often than not, the recipes you find taste weird, don’t come out at all like the pictures demonstrate, or…

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In our quest for free energy and the convenience of having power wherever we are, even when we’re off grid, we decided to take a look at another solar charger – but this one is a small, pocket-sized model that’s a good option for charging small devices…

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Your walking boots take a lot of abuse, whether you use them for adventuring and mountaineering, or walking the dog and working around the homestead. Think of just what you put your boots through on a daily basis. Whether you have leather or synthetic…

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#TipOfTheDay - Plant lamb's lettuce around the edge of garden beds to lure #slugs away from other plants. #organicgardening

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After our recent walking boot buying guide, we got quite a few questions about our recommendations for the best walking boots. So, we decided to write a review of the Salomon Quest 4d 2 GTX midweight backpacking boots. While they aren’t our one and only…

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Our family adores orange chicken, but here’s the rub: one of us is gluten-intolerant, another of us can’t eat much fat, and none of us like eating poorly anyway – we dislike the low, drained, “bleugh” feeling that sets in for a day or so after eating…

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Now originally, I had planned on writing some scrumptious recipes and some seasonal organic growing advice this week, but then something happened: Mother-in-law, a sprightly 70 year old, broke her leg whilst out with the dog when she lost her footing in…

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Slugs. An absolute menace in the vegetable garden. The swines will devour just about anything. None of our fruit or vegetable plants are safe. Controlling them naturally is a continual battle and you can find out how by checking out “How to Control Slugs…
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