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Girl About the Farm

Girl About the Farm     2020 and 2021 have been weird years to say the least. For many reasons, it feels like a blur – and it will be a time that I look back with fond memories, for various personal reasons.     Since we bought our new home just over 3 months ago, life has inevitably revolved solely around its renovation and the farm project – it’s like having a child in a way! One day we had access to after-hours, free times and weekend getaways and the next, all of it had vanished and we have the responsibly of a new home, a cottage project, a small farm and all of the animals with it. It has been and still is a steep learning curve. One factor that I had not taken into consideration during the whole process, was how it would change me as a person. I have not only shifted my whole way of living and priorities, I have also embraced a whole new world that honestly, didn’t exist to me until 4 months ago. There are conversation topics, terminologies, companies that I get in touch with that are all alien to me.     Before you ask, no I have not given up my ‘desk job’ but I am spending much more time running around the countryside – compared to sitting down all day, pottering about in the garden, moseying about the paddocks followed by our goats, discussing where new sprinklers could go, how I could get our hens to become broody or which way seed vegetables should be planted.     If there are any newbie farm gals out there reading this, and can relate, I would LOVE to hear from you! Right, I’m now off to do some Friday afternoon jobs, like finding a new bed for the cottage, making sure that all my furbabies are back in the stables, having a nice bath and cooking dinner/prepping for the BUSIEST week on the farm!

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Emotional Strength

Connecting with our emotional strength in life will simply make us happier people and even if we don’t all have the same emotional strength, the good news is that it can be learnt, assimilated and become part of us and of our way of life.

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