I have learned so much about homesteading and this lifestyle from reading some amazing blogs that are online today. They continue to give me help and inspiration with each new problem I face. It is good to see that others have problems and trials as well as progress.
These are my top 20 favorite homesteading blogs of 2017:
Jill @ www.theprairiehomestead.com is a fun writer with a vast amount of knowledge when it comes to homesteading. She has written several e-books about natural homesteading and enjoys using essential oils often in her homestead.
Shaye @ www.theelliotthomestead.com just wrote an awesome book called “Welcome to the Farm” in addition to her 2 Table Books. Her blog is fun and informative with great photography as well.
Jennifer and Gina @ www.morningchores.com have created a blog with overwhelming amounts of information in every post. They have an informative post on just about every aspect of homesteading you can think of and more.
Quinn @ www.reformationacres.com has a very informative and beautiful blog where she talks about homesteading life. She also has an amazing Etsy shop where she sells homemade goods and products.
Melissa @ www.melissaknorris.com runs a blog, podcast and Academy that shares her wealth of knowledge on homesteading topics such as gardening, animals and preserving food.
Teri @ www.homestead-honey.com not only has an informative blog, but she also has e-books, coaching, mentorship programs and an Etsy shop.
Danielle @ www.therusticelk.com writes her blog to inspire others to homestead, even as she is struggling to find her own ideal homestead.
Tiffany @ www.imperfectlyhappy.com shares her triumphs and struggles about homesteading, homeschooling and everything she is learning along the way. She also posts a weekly list of free kindle books on homesteading topics.
Jessica @ www.104homestead.com has a wide variety of homesteading topics on her blog, but she seems to love her goats the most. She also has written several helpful e-books.
Heather @ www.thehomesteadinghippy.com loves to write about her family, gardening, food preserving and animals. She has written several e-books including The Urban Chicken.
Riley @ www.homesteading.com writes and edits this magazine type website that also has other contributors for a well rounded view of homesteading.
Amy @ www.afarmishkindoflife.com shares her life as a mom and homesteader. She has also written a book to help guide her readers through homeschooling as well.
Kris @ www.attainable-sustainable.net shares her triumphs and struggles of her homestead in Hawaii.
Tracy Lynn @ www.oursimplehomestead.com helps her readers do what she and her husband did-get out of the rat race and back to the simple life on their homestead.
Laurie @ www.commonsensehome.com discusses homesteading, gardening, home remedies and health in her informational blog. She also has written e-books about these topics.
Marjory @ www.thegrownetwork.com is very knowledgeable about the homesteading lifestyle, but also emphasizes non traditional health and healthcare information. She sells several DVDs and online courses.
Kristi @ www.homesteadwishing.com shares her knowledge and experience in homesteading, gardening, recipes, homeschooling and much more.
Victoria @ www.amodernhomestead.com writes about homesteading skills and frugal living. She has an e-book that will help you save money on your grocery bill and make healthy meals for your family.
Lisa @ www.fresheggsdaily.com loves to talk about her chickens, but she is so much more than that! She has a tv show, several books and makes appearances around the country speaking to people about raising chickens.
Danielle @ www.weedemandreap.com has transformed her life and diet by growing her own food and raising her own animals. She does this on a one acre urban farm.
I am so thankful to these bloggers for giving me reliable and helpful information throughout my homesteading journey. I hope that you will check out their blogs as well and give them your support. We all need each other to progress on our homestead journey.
Do you have a favorite homesteading blog that isn’t on the list? Please let us know in the comments below. Thanks!