The Homesteading Hypocrite by Northwest Edible Life

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The Homesteading Hypocrite

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The Homesteading Hypocrite by Northwest Edible Life @BonbonBreak

The moment I launched this website I started down a path towards raw hypocrisy.

I had no idea at the time that this was what I was doing, and it certainly wasn’t my intention.

Nonetheless, looking back over the past year+ of posting, it is clear that hypocrisy was inevitable.

I have these ideals, you see. And, if you are a regular reader, they are ideals you likely share.

Ideals are good, but life is messy. Life has a way of kicking ideals, and people who cling to them with too much rigor, in the balls.

It is a great irony that attempting to gas up and start a life of quiet, slow-ish contemplation and homegrown living is often a more exhausting, overwhelming, noisy and faster-paced task than we might like.

ABOUT ERICA: What happens when a professional chef turns into a gardening fanatic? Can ‘homemaker’ be a political statement? How self-sufficiant can a family be on one-third of an acre in suburban Seattle? Where is the right balance between living cheap and living well? Can one ever have too many rutabagas? How much lawn do growing kids really need when there are fruit trees to be planted? Erica blogs about gardening, cooking, urban homesteading and living slow-ish in the Maritime Northwest.

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