Female Prepper Of The Week - Melissa K. Norris, Homesteading Expert & Author

Melissa K. Norris is not only a renowned pioneering traditions expert but is a historical romance and Christian fiction novelist as well. She practices her “olden days” habits in the Cascade Mountains, where she lives with her husband and two children.

 Melissa Norris’ writing career has enabled her to blend her desire to provide a healthy lifestyle for her family with her immense faith in God. All of her books and weekly newspaper column are inspired life on her family’s small beef cattle farm, her love of old-fashioned homesteading techniques, and her days spent as an amateur barrel racer.

 The Pioneering Today author grew up devouring the pages of Laura Ingalls Wilder books. “Half Pint” would likely be proud that Norris is tending to her own little house in the big woods in such a loving and proficient manner.

Don't forget to sign check out the freebies section on the Melissa K. Norris website!!

"I’m the type of gal who loves free things and I’m guessing so do you. As my way of saying thanks for hanging with me, I have three free ebooks for my friends. (If you’re here I consider us friends, hope you feel the same) 

The Home Food Preservation Ultimate Resource Guide has over 80+  112+ resources in articles, tutorials, books, equipment, and videos covering home canning, dehydrating, freezing, root cellar, and using alcohol and oil to preserve your food at home. 

For those just getting started to those of you wanting to up your game. I share what I started with, what I now use, and what items will make your home food preservation easier. 

Everyone should know how to preserve food at home, whether you grow it, hunt it, forage it, or buy it at the grocery store, being able to preserve it stretches your dollar, increases your food storage and self-reliance, and is just plain cool, at least in my book. Grab these skills for you and your family.
And because us homesteader types are a nice bunch, feel free to share this page so others can get in on the fun."