Jennifer: Today, we have a great, great guest. As you know when I have guests, I really like to read their bio, so I don't miss anything. I get everything right, because usually, they're wonderful guests, and I hate missing anything. Today, I have Jason Matyas. He is a husband, father of seven, homesteader, lifelong
Jennifer: Welcome to The Self Reliant Living Show. Okay. As you know, I always like to read the bios of my guests, because I don't want to leave anything out. I'm going to do that. She is most interesting. You're going to want to stay for the entire show to listen to our conversation. Our
Jennifer: Welcome to the Self Reliant Living Show. We have a really, really special guest this week. We have Tammy Trayer from Trayer Wilderness. Tammy is an author, a freelance writer, a web designer, programmer and a radio show host at Mountain Woman Radio. She's got her own podcast. Tammy and her family live traditionally
I love to ride my bike. I love other things too. I love my family, my animals, and my job. I love other forms of exercise and recreation as well - I even ran marathons for a time. Even though I don’t run anymore (due to injury) I still love and miss it, but I
As a frequent camper, I've gone through more portable lights than I can count over the past 30ish years. Propane lanterns put out plenty of light, but they're heavy, fragile, and not really something you want to use indoors or in a small tent. Candle lanterns are very portable and can be used just about
I'm guest posting again for Common Sense Homesteading; did I mention that is one of my favorite blogs, and I'm so thrilled to be able to write for such a great site? A big thank you to Laurie Nevermen for the opportunity! Cast iron is my favorite cookware; I talk all about the reasons why here.