A Frugal Homesteading Giveaway!
Would you like to live more frugally?
Homesteading, whether on a rural farm or in an urban townhouse, is about living a more self-sufficient, sustainable lifestyle. And knowing how to save money is one of the keys for homesteading success.
I’ve previously shared some of my favorite tips for saving money by recycling stuff you otherwise would toss and putting it to good use in the garden. I’ve also shared some of my favorite homemade Christmas gift ideas to help you save money around the holidays. Now, I’m pleased to share some new resources to help you live more frugally in 2019 and beyond!
This giveaway is loaded with goodies for the wannabe frugal homesteader! Learn how to achieve your back-to-the land dreams without breaking the bank with John Moody’s new book, The Frugal Homesteader. Discover an excellent budget-friendly source of food with Raising Rabbits for Meat, a new book by Eric and Callene Rapp. Learn skills for abundant living through a Steader online course. And stock up on tools and supplies you will need for your homesteading adventure at Atwoods Ranch & Home.
Frugal Homesteading Giveaway Details
By entering this giveaway, you will have a chance to win several frugal homesteading prizes with a total value of $124.98. Prizes include:
- One (1) Copy of The Frugal Homesteader by John Moody (Retail value $24.99)
- One (1) Copy of Raising Rabbits for Meat by Eric & Callene Rapp (Retail value $24.99)
- One (1) Course from Steader.com (Retail value $25)
- One (1) $50 Gift Card from Atwoods (Retail value $50)
Sign in to the Rafflecopter Widget to enter the giveaway by December 24, 2018.
The giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 years and older. Enter by December 24, 2018. Winners will be contacted by December 28th. What a great way to start the New Year!
About the Books
In The Frugal Homesteader, homesteader, farmer and CEO of Steader John Moody teaches how to become more self-suficient, save money, and live off the land. The book covers such frugal homesteading topics as outfitting the garden, providing for animals, harvesting rainwater, heating with wood, and finding inexpensive tools and supplies. New and experienced homesteaders alike will find useful information in its pages. (Click on the image for my Amazon affiliate link – disclaimer at bottom of page.)
Raising Rabbits for Meat, by the owners of the largest heritage-breed meat-rabbit enterprise in the United States, is a how-to guide on starting and running a home-based rabbitry. If you would like to raise rabbits for a steady source of meat or income, Eric and Callene Rapp provide valuable information on breeding, housing, and harvesting, along with many tools to help you succeed. (Click on the image for my Amazon affiliate link – disclaimer at bottom of page.)
Counting My Chickens’s mission has always been to provide the information and inspiration you need to achieve a more sustainable lifestyle. These books do exactly that. Enter the giveaway above, share this post with a friend who also would love to learn, and pick up copies of the books for your homestead library.
Make 2019 your best homesteading year yet!