September 8, 2017 Community News from My Homestead Life

Published: Fri, 09/08/17

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I apologize in advance in the delay of this newsletter. 
We live on the coast is South Carolina and have spent the week preparing for the pending hurricane.

No matter where it lands in the United States, devastation will be high. 
Friends with livestock cannot evacuate, hotels are booked, gas stations are out of gas and shelves are empty. 

This too shall pass and the world will continue to spin, but until then- we will stay busy with our preps. 

We do the best we can, help those in need, keep our faith and our hope. 
It's all we can do. 

Southern' Sayin' Of The Week:

"Worryin' is like sittin' in a rockin' chair-
it will give ya somethin' to do but git ya knowehere"


Embrace our faults and failures. Own them. But above all, allow yourself GRACE. 


Our goal is to invite you to join us from conception to completion and form a Community of like-minded people to share this adventure with.  
Amber B
May your gardens be green and your land be fertile 

From Our Homestead to Yours,
Amber B
amber@myhomesteadlife.com
Join Me TONIGHT Live On Blog Radio
Join Me Live Tonight at 8 pm EST with Scott Terry from North Country Farmer Blog Talk Radio. 
We will be discussing hurricane preparations for the homestead.
You can send in questions during the live podcast or listen to to recorded segment if you can't tune it at 8 pm EST.  
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Everything You Need To Know About Preparing For A Hurricane
Do you live in the path of a hurricane or now someone who does? 
We have been through many hurricanes over the last 22 years and have shared what we do to prepare our family. 
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Our Most Popular Post On Pinterest
DIY Emergency Portable Toilet. 

I wish our first experience with a “luggable loo” had been somewhere fun like a camping trip, but unfortunately when we needed an “Emergency Relief System” (ERS) as they're called, it really was an emergency. Our toilet would not flush and there was nowhere else to go. 

See the post here
 
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Two Week Meal Plan For Disasters- With FREE Printable!
Banks closed early before the hurricane, store shelves were emptied, gas stations were out of gas and the National Guard closed the bridges coming to our home.
Let me tell you, meal planning was the last thing on my mind.
For this reason, I have made a Two Week Family Meal Plan for Disasters with a FREE Printable.

Click here to read more
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