Web developer 💻 + Homesteader 👩🌾 + Mama 👨👩👦👦 + INFJ 💗 + Enneagram Type 2
I build websites and raise dairy goats and poultry on a little farm in NWPA.
- Starting to hit my stride working from home. Loving my work space setup.
- I just registered our dairy goat herd for ADGA Plus for the first time. We’ll be participating in linear appraisal and the 305-day milk test this year for the first time. My friend and I are both studying right now for our tester certifications from Dairy One to prep for milk test, which will begin when the goats start kidding in Aril. It’s quite a learning curve but I’m hoping it will be something I can share with our 4-H group next year after I get some experience!
- Our 5 gallon pico reef tank is coming along nicely, though I’m battling with getting the PH level just right at the moment. I have some coral frags and a Peppermint Shrimp due to arrive on Jan. 10th and I’m excited to add them to the tank! I’m also working on setting up an old 20 gallon tank for a heavily-planted freshwater community. (See “Gear” below for the cool light I just found for it!)
- I started a new Instagram account because I missed being able to just share personal/family things and I felt like my other accounts had to be “on brand” all the time. You can find my new personal/family account here: @amandaweber.me. Farm and goat related things will still be on the @sundaze_farm Instagram account and if/when I ever decide to use it, things related to my freelance business would be on @aweberdev.
📺 Watching | The new (final) season of The Ranch on Netflix. I’ve cried during at least 3 episodes so far.
📷 Gear | I am crazy in love with my new AirPods Pro. I love the way they work for switching between music/podcasts and phone calls.
NOW page updated Jan. 28, 2020 • Inspired by Derek Sivers
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