The Household Economy, a series of posts, is one of the main focuses of mine for 2012, as outlined in A New Year’s Plan: Death, Poverty and the Household Economy. In these posts, I’ll be documenting the various activities I engage in that fall within my household economy, such as gardening, various homesteading activities, and possibly some building projects utilizing salvaged and recycled materials. This series of posts will serve as something of a companion to the How To Be Poor series on voluntary poverty, in that it will catalogue the actual activities I engage in as I attempt to lower my energy and resource usage, as well as my monetary needs.
The full archive of The Household Economy posts are linked below. New posts will be linked on this page as they are published.
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- The Household Economy: A Return to Normal – March 2, 2012
- The Fermentation Prelude: How to Extract Whey from Raw Milk – August 8, 2011
- The Cult of the Expert – April 9, 2012
- Considering Butter: A Philosophy of Homesteading – April 13, 2012
- How To Make Raw Butter – April 26, 2012
- The Long Game – March 13, 2013