Remember that it can be very easy to spend too much time thinking of great ideas and not enough action testing and experimenting with them. I can say from experience that taking action if extremely beneficial to critiquing and rounding out ideals and ideas.
I tried it and at first I probably didn’t scrub my scalp enough (my hair was also longer) so dandruff was the only problem I had so I went back to ivory soap. Weeks later I got a buzzer and keep my hair at 5/8ths inch once a month then did ivory only every other night a couple weeks before dropping it altogether. Now I only use a really natural shampoo after a haircut to get the clippings out. Never had problems with oil. Just keeping my hair short and well scrubbed keeps the dandruff down.
Use large masses right next to or in your garden (like boulders and ponds) to absorb heat during the day and slowly release it at night. Try to get them in the sun as much as possible. Sepp Holzer does a lot of mountain farming. I would suggest looking into his methods
Julie Reed wrote:A man on foot is headed home, but as he gets close, he encounters a man with a mask and feels trapped. He wants to turn and run the other way, but he can’t. Even though several other people are close by, none of them can help him. Why not?
I want to ride north on the Southern Highlands Traverse bike packing route this spring and I’m trying to get together a couple other guys who want to do it too for the purposes of safety in numbers. Reply or pm me if your curiosity has been piqued.
It looks good. Especially presenting your practical experience. I would only add two things: the reader's suggested experience requirements (is it for someone who has extremely little cooking knowledge, or is a competent cook?), and an attention grabber as the first sentence or two. For example
"Do you want to learn how to cook on an off grid homestead? Hi, I'm...." or
"Have you ever wondered how sustainable homesteaders can cook great food while still managing to get everything done? Hi,..."
Something like that that will pique their interest and pull them into the good stuff.
Do you have neighbors (who maybe hate your animals)? Your start makes me a bit suspicious of foul play. A.k.a. someone plants the small chickens and then kills the other critters hoping that if you accused them they could say you stole their chicken. IDK, seems conspiracy theoryish.