A Woman And Her Homestead

Women who live off grid can give an amazing perspective to others who are interested in this lifestyle. How does an off grid homestead woman start her day? Jaimie takes you through her morning and starts a new day!
This was a video we recorded back in October and had it listed for months as private. The patrons over at https://www.patreon.com/AnAmericanHomestead had access to the video but not the youtube channel.

Sometimes the stigma that living on a farm brings makes it hard for homesteaders to live up to. Life is just life. The get up and get going will be different for everyone. So if your looking for information on women who live off grid, this video should be part of your homework.


About Zachary Bauer

Zachary lives with his wife, two sons and his wife's parents on An American Homestead deep in the mountains of the American Ozarks. They all moved there together in July of 2013 where they began to build the homestead. They are off-grid with the exception of a phone line.

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  1. Thank you for your willingness to share life from your heart. I’m going through your information now because we have begun researching moving out of Arizona. I have lived in a big city all my life so I want to be prepared as much as possible with what is ahead moving to a place in the Ozarks possibly.

  2. I totally understand the emotion, Jamie. I had a similar experience with another topic. I had an idea in my head that I wasn’t living up to. I dealt guilty, like a failure, inadequate, and therefore there was an extreme amount of pressure to continue to push. I was miserable when I felt like I should be happy. It took 1 line, 1 quote from a book, to bring me peace that I was doing okay. For that time in my life I had to function to accommodate where we were, regardless of anything else. The guilt faded, acceptance wasn’t failure it was simply being realistic about the current situation and limitations. With that came contentment, reduced stress, and permission to be happy. I have applied that lesson on a widespread scale ever since.
    Peace to you sister. You and the family are in my prayers. ❤Kim

  3. I admire you entirely. I am not a homesteader, but it keeps coming to my desires along with my husbands. We are a homeschooling family (4 kids), and love natural and all that it provides for us. My husband and I joke around how we as a family would love to come meet your family and learn from you for a day. May husband loves your venison Prosciutto videos as he is doing his own for the first time. I would love to see more day in the life videos.

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