Libby Valluzzi spends most of her time homesteading and growing, harvesting, and processing vegetables and animals and wild-harvested things and turning them into nourishment. She finds peace in going on long-distance walks, singing, handcrafting, and playing her violin and guitar. She is also currently studying to become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. In late November 2019, Libby’s first pregnancy ended in loss at 16 weeks. Four months later, testing revealed Libby had a type of congenital uterine anomaly called a Uterine Septum. In June 2020 she underwent surgery, where the septum was snipped and her uterus was deemed basically-normal.