Like you, most of us here started with small but recurring thoughts:
“What is actually in my food?”
“Look at how much they spray the tomato plant!”
“Why is this organic food so expensive?”
“I wonder if food will become so expensive we can't afford to buy the good ones”
Then we started digging the backyard, planted some lettuce and tomatoes. Then we got a couple of hens hoping to get the freshest eggs in the morning. We built a comfortable coop for them by ourselves to save even more money. Time goes on, the garden got bigger with more variety of vegetables and you have more chickens than you ever imagined because people are right about fresh eggs being tastier than store-bought.
Eventually, we got to the place where gardening isn't just a hobby anymore, eggs don't come from the grocery store, and DIY is not just an activity to pass the time. It is life.
MorningChores: A Source You Can Trust
At MorningChores, our goal is to help you become more self-sufficient by providing you with not only the best but also trustable guides and inspiration created by people who believe in this lifestyle.
Sure, the journey to self-sufficiency is not an easy one. There will be trials and errors with a lot of dirt and dust. You will experience many successes and failures along the way. It's a long and winding road.
Some people even say that unless your family has a history of being a farmer or if you have a knack in gardening, it's almost impossible to become one because a) the knowledge of a gardening and raising livestock is passed within a family from generation to generation and b) there was no internet so it's hard to find a reliable source.
But time has changed, and we want to change that.
At MorningChores, we want to open all the information and stories you need to know to grow a thriving garden, raise a healthy livestock, build things by yourself, save money without pinching pennies, and learn new skills that will make your life easier.
We realize how important it is to water your plant and feed your livestock properly—because we've been there too. That's why we make sure our guides are written and fact-checked by people who actually have plants to water, healthy animals to feed, and, most importantly, open to your feedback.
Please explore what MorningChores has to offer and join our exciting, growing community. We hope that we truly inspire you as we are with millions of others.