Radical Homemaking: It’s Not a Competition
by Shannon HayesApr 29, 2011
- When it comes to ecological living, there's always someone who's doing it better. So what?
Saying Goodbye: What Do We Teach Kids about Death?
by Shannon HayesMar 31, 2011
- Shannon Hayes: When we shelter ourselves and our kids from the realities of death, what else might we be sacrificing?
My Antidote to Overwhelm
by Shannon HayesMar 04, 2011
- Shannon Hayes: People ask me, “How do you do it all?” The answer is, I don’t … and there’s a good reason for that.
Finding Love: Is it Different for Radical Homemakers?
by Shannon HayesFeb 11, 2011
- Shannon Hayes reflects on Valentine's Day.
Confessions of a Local Supremacist
by Shannon HayesDec 31, 2010
- What I learned about community when I finally welcomed newcomers into mine.
My Kids Eat Snails
by Shannon HayesNov 04, 2010
- Radical homemaker Shannon Hayes: When standardized curricula fall short, food can teach the values I want my kids to learn.
Sharing the Harvest
by Shannon HayesOct 22, 2010
- What to do when your apple trees don't produce? Start ringing doorbells, says radical homemaker Shannon Hayes.
Movies, My Kids, and Me
by Shannon HayesSep 08, 2010
- Shannon Hayes used movies to give her daughters—and herself—an occasional break. Then they began to take over.
On Facing Judgment
by Shannon HayesAug 17, 2010
- Live radically, and you’ll inevitably face the judgment of others. For Shannon Hayes, loving unconditionally is the antidote.
Leaving It Up To Them
by Shannon HayesJul 28, 2010
- What happens when children raised in radical homes choose the straight and narrow?
Live Dangerously: 10 Easy Steps
by Shannon HayesJun 28, 2010
- When Shannon Hayes made a list of easy steps for becoming a radical homemaker, she didn't realize just how revolutionary they were.
Radical Homemaking for the Real World
by Shannon HayesJun 09, 2010
- Relationships around here are hardly ideal or like-minded. They’re complex. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.
The Work Ahead
by Shannon HayesMay 24, 2010
- Growing renewed relationships with our food, homes, and communities requires getting our hands dirty.
The Case for Sustainable Meat
by Shannon HayesMay 12, 2010
- Can meat have a place in the life of a “radical homemaker” trying to live sustainably? Farmer Shannon Hayes believes it can.
The Kid Question
by Shannon HayesApr 14, 2010
- How one woman decided whether reproduction had a place in her quest for a sustainable life.
The author of Radical Homemakers: Reclaiming Domesticity from a Consumer Culture, Shannon lives and works with her family on Sap Bush Hollow Farm in upstate New York.