There are only 3 regular guest contributors here at Homestead Dreamer, by choice. I have high standards (ok, so there’s typos ;)) for the information shared with people. It’s important to me that people can rely on what they read here as factual, useful, and without any fear mongering. A considerably amount of research is put into what’s written on the things I don’t have personal experience with and sources always given.
I want to give special recognition to these three hardworking people and bring to your attention who they are! We continue the 3 part series with Bobbi Peterson of LivingLifeGreen.com. She and I have worked together on other projects and her factual insight and positive message are just a few of the reasons I accepted her as a contributor to Homestead Dreamer. She was gracious enough to be interviewed, which is shared below!
I highly encourage you to check their site and follow them on social media – I do!
Interview With Bobbi Peterson of Living Life Green
Tell us a little about yourself!
I recently graduated college and started my blog shortly after. I love to focus on the environment, gardening and homesteading!
What is your dream?
My dream is to eventually buy my own land and start homesteading full time.
What got you into homesteading/prepping?
I began writing on environmental and gardening topics in May 2016 and found the homesteading community shortly after. I fell in love with it immediately!
Were you raised in the lifestyle or did you choose it?
I chose the lifestyle.
What skill was the hardest one to learn that paid off the most?
Gardening! I currently live in the woods in a very rocky area with barely any sunshine, but I’ve learned to cope!
What are you really passionate about in your genre?
What goals do you have for this year to progress your overall dream?
I’d love to learn some woodworking! I’m not very crafty, but I think it would be an excellent and useful skill to have.
What skill do you think all humans should know?
Gardening and food preservation because you never know when you’ll need an extra food supply.
What message would you like to get out to people?
I think everyone should look into this lifestyle and see if they could incorporate it into their everyday lives. There are so many skills that we’ve forgotten over the last few decades that we should bring back and make mainstream again!