You could be a huge encouragement!

At least I’m assuming if you made it to this page, you’ve spent a few minutes on my blog, and I’m grateful.

It might be that you would like some insight into making backyard maple syrup. Or maybe you happened upon my website looking for a little insight into what homesteading looks like for one family in a tiny corner of New England in the 21st century. Or what live is like daily living in a 200-year-old farmhouse. Maybe you just love a good old-fashioned recipe every once a while. Maybe you’re considering trying to raise chicken and wanted to glean some information from all my mistakes as a newbie homesteader.

Thanks for lingering

Whatever the reason you discovered SoulyRested, I’m glad you did. If you enjoy the resources I offer and the insights you encounter on SoulyRested, you may be interested in knowing you can support my little efforts in lots of effortless ways.

How you can help

You can purchase any of the products that I’ve authored or produced through SoulyRested.

You can follow links on any blog post (like this one on maple-related gift ideas) to any products I endorse.

Please consider following along on our family’s journey in any and all of these ways:






And, if you’re interested in knowing more about maple syrup, join in on the Facebook group I run for anyone from expert to beginner sugar maker, Maple Syrup Making.

Finally, you could sign up for my weekly-ish newsletter. I try to make it chocked full of usefully, encouraging information. Bonus, there are lots of freebies waiting for you in my subscriber’s Resource Library, including some SWEET eBooks with yummy recipes.

Believe it or not, just following my on social media and subscribing to my eNewsletter boosts my possibilities of future earnings. And every penny I earn in any blog endeavors, after paying for my blogging expences, goes toward the cost of running our homestead and trying to live life a little more simply, all the while doing my best to help my readers learn from my mistakes, right in the midst of my failures.

Thanks again