Links to sites

I thought I would add a few more blogs that are worth watching and learning from. These are from the US.

Homesteading on the Internet

Arrows Flight Farm

Pams Pride

These are all “living the life” homestead blogs are regularly updated and worth watching 🙂


to the keepers of Daily Blog Tips where I have found a lot of helpful advice regarding the setting up of this blog. I have a lot more reading and learning to do – but I am on the way now 🙂

Well, having decided to take the plunge and start the blog, I thought that maybe I ought to have a look around at who else is blogging on the subject of self-sufficiency.

I can only guess that all the smallholding bloggers out there are shy retiring folk as there weren’t a large number to be found.

But here’s the list of the best ones I found. In no particular order 🙂

The Cottage Smallholder

A well established blog, focussing largely on cooking, recipes and the veg garden although they also have sections on chickens, bees, foraging and other related subjects

cottage smallholder

A Smallholder’s Diary

What it says – a smallholding journal that could provide lots of useful information for those starting out – and a good place to “chat over the garden gate” too.

smallholders diary

Herne Cottage

Looked like a promising blog but doesn’t seem to have been updated since July 2010

herne cottage

Waterloo Farm

Another site that hasn’t been updated since 2010 – and is one of those annoying sites that won’t let you “back” out of it.

waterloo farm

Little Homestead in the City

I LIKE this site. It is an American site, but the information it holds is as relevant in the UK as it is in the U.S. Lots of useful content – especially for those with limited space

Little homestead in the city

Adventures in self-sufficiency

A UK site that is updated regularly with lots of interesting features.

Adventures in self-sufficiency

I am sure there must be more blogs out there – so feel free to add yours on to the list.