27 Sep

Featured Blogger

Posted by michelleg Categories: Featured Bloggers

Have you ever felt the need to live a little less dependent on the trappings of urban life; to live a little more off the land and less of the man? If so, our Monday featured blogger has a website for you.

Today I’m going to pick the brains of Cat from Amlo Farms about her agricultural lifestyle and blog. Enjoy!

Why did you start blogging?

It started out as a way to keep family and friends updated on our world.  It has turned into a site where we advocate organic and all natural products and approaches to life, all the while still retaining it’s original purpose as well.

What is your weblog about?

Our blog is about our adventures in homesteading and living as organically and all naturally as we possibly can.  We are trying to create a place where we are using the resources of our tiny property more than grocery stores and other places like that.

What platform do you use?

Blogger

What do you plan in the near future, for your blog and otherwise?

We are really quite passionate about living off our land and keeping it organic and all natural.  We are hoping to have an even bigger vegetable garden this year and goat milk after the New Year from our mama goat.  As far as goals for the blog itself, I am hoping to continue promoting organic, eco-friendly, all natural products and lifestyles.  It’s important to our planet and our children.

Is there anything you’d like readers to know about you?

I am a stay at home mom to 3 wonderful children.  My oldest son is married and has given me the most beautiful grandson.  Our girls are 7 and 5, so still young.  I have a B.A. in Religious Studies and love to write, garden and knit.  I am an avid reader with my favorite author being Tom Robbins.  I love my family above all else.

Cat is one of the many folks you can network with on BlogPRWire/BlogPRPitch. It’s also her youngest one’s birthday, so take a wander over to her website for an ecological brain tickle :)

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