12 Things We Learned About Homesteading Watching One Of Our Favorite Shows

On this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Harold and Rachel talk about 12 things they learned about homesteading growing up watching Little House On The Prairie.

The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 216 – August 23, 2023

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About Little House On The Prairie TV Series

  • Based on the books by Laura Ingalls Wilder
  • 9 Seasons, 204 episodes, 1974-1983
  • An American drama about a family living on a farm in Walnut Grove, Minnesota from the 1870s to the 1890s.

12 Things We Learned About Homesteading Watching Little House On The Prairie

  1. Homesteading Is Hard Work But Rewarding
  2. The Importance Of A Community Of Friends
  3. Be Prepared For Lifes Struggles
  4. How Blessed We Are By Some Modern Technology
  5. Debt Can Cause You Some Problems and Should Be Avoided If Possible
  6. Bartering Is A Great Way To Do Business
  7. Having Tools Is Really Important
  8. Frugal Living and Homesteading Go Hand In Hand
  9. Injuries and Sickness Cause Homestead Struggles. Safety and Health Should Be A Major Focus
  10. Money Doesn’t Equal Happiness
  11. Having An Enterprising Mindset Is Helpful
  12. The Homesteading Life Is Much More Than Growing Food and That “Much More” Might Be Different For Everyone
Little House on the Prairie: The Complete Series
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  • Michael Landon, Melissa Gilbert, Karen Grassle (Actors)
  • English (Subtitle)

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    Author, blogger, podcaster, homesteading and permaculture enthusiast. I have a passion for sharing what I learn and helping others on their journey. If you're looking for me, you'll usually find me in the garden.

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  • Rachel Jamison

    An aspiring permaculturist and urban homesteader who loves to teach and inspire others to grow where they are planted.

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