Episode 668

Kelly Maher of Real Best Life Joins to Discuss Her Homegrown Year


February 11th, 2021

31 mins 29 secs

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This is a story of a city girl who became a Hobby Farmer! Kelly has perfected sustainable living in the cutest most Millennial way. This is a "must listen" interview!! I'm not gonna lie, we are now planning on getting two goats because of Kelly!!

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  • I moved my office to a SheShed - and it's amazing - RealBestLife — We were very fortunate that I managed to buy a fully finished shed from a family friend who had used it as the office for his asphalt company. When he had to move yards he called and asked us if we wanted to purchase the office from him. It was absolutely perfect and I found a company to move it to our property. The building, moving it, and hiring an electrician to wire and hook it all up cost less than 6 months of rent in Downtown Denver. I’m no less capable as a worker – probably even more creative now. I have the same intellect and skill set that I had when working in the middle of downtown, I just feel like I can smile and breathe a little more.
  • 5 things you can do to control your own food supply chain - RealBestLife — There are five steps you can take right now to start controlling your own food supply. Friends across the country have been reaching out asking for advice because they know I’ve been working hard to secure my own food sources at home. We’ve all seen the news over the last few weeks and are getting nervous. Some people are thinking about food security for the first time in their lives. Many of us have taken for granted that we can buy almost anything we want at any time. John Tyson, chairman of the board of Tyson Foods, one of the largest producers of chicken in the U.S., took out a full-page ad in the New York Times where he warns that the “food supply chain is breaking.”
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  • Still doin' the gardening, farming, self-sustainable challenge - RealBestLife — Now is the time for a homestead, prepper, gardening, farming, self-sustainable, gourmet, farm-to-table, challenge – complete with goats, chickens a huge garden, and pigs, if there ever was one. There’s nothing like a worldwide pandemic to change most plans. However, since my plan was to eat off what we produce here on our small homestead-farm, not only is it not changed, it seems downright prescient.