For those of us who homestead, fall is very busy; what with the harvest, winter cover crops, food preservation and stocking as well as vehicle, equipment and building preps for the tough winter season.
Keep in mind that having a well-insulated home, with a strong thermal envelope, that seal of the outer walls that inhibit any air and temperature exchange between inside and outside, is a major money saver! The stronger the thermal envelope, the easier and cheaper it is to heat or cool your home’s interior. Second to this energy saver is having a home with good air flow so the heating and cooling equipment doesn't have to work double time to keep the temperature you want. This means having as few doors, windows, halls, walls and archways (door to double door width) as possible.
To read the full list of helpful links see Fall Reminders found at my Downloads, General Homesteading page