Off The Grid Living
Are You Sick Of The Rising Cost Of Food, Gas, Water And Electricity?
As the cost of living continues to increase and the economy stays on shaky ground, many people are looking for a way out or a backup plan at the very least. We never know when our job will end or the economy will tank and we are left with a mountain of debt and no way to pay the bills. The stress alone is dangerous. There is a way out. Giving up the city and heading for the hills is a practical option that many people are embracing.
Going off the grid and learning to raise farm animals and grow gardens that will sustain the family all year is an option. It is tough. There are a lot of things you have to learn, especially if you have never grown a garden or raised small livestock. It is hard, but it is possible with a little help. This book is designed to give you what you need to make the transition from living in the suburbs to going off the grid.
This illustrated guide will tell you everything you need to know about finding alternative water and energy sources. You will also get a crash course on living frugally and learning to use what you have to get by. Bartering will become your new form of tender as you use the things you produce on your little homestead to get what you can't grow or make. Living off the land and disconnected from utilities takes a little getting used to, but you will appreciate your freedom from those monthly bills that can keep you up at night. No longer will you be forced to be at the mercy of the power company. This book will help you navigate the laws while you make the transition to living off the grid while you enjoy financial freedom.
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn In Fully Illustrated Book...
- The Positives Of Off The Grid Living
- Other Alternatives To City Gas Water And Electricity
- The Basics Of Growing Your Own Fruits, Vegetables And Herbs
- The Basics Of Raising Your Own Small Livestock
- Tips To Help You Better Manage Your Money And Bartering
- How To Deal With Local Laws
- Much,Much More
"If it's one thing I love, it's desserts. However, I sometimes have to abstain from eating them because most desserts are usually rich and not really healthy for you. What I love about this recipe book is that it's tailored for the health conscious individuals such as myself. The book provides the nutrition information (fat, cholesterol, calories, etc) for each recipe. The recipes are very simple and quick to make. The author provides four different categories of desserts to choose from. If you're looking for healthy dessert alternatives, this is a great book to have"................ E.C
"A very essential book for people who want to lead self-sufficient and sustainable life. The book tells about alternative sources of energy and water. It also covers the basics of gardening and livestock keeping. In one word, everything you need to survive out of the city. A good reference everyone should have at hand"................ Jess
"What I really like about this book is that it's giving you all the tools you need to survive the grid collapse. This would help you start your own off the grid survival stockpile, gathering handy tips on how to choose the perfect food storage, satisfy criteria of food packing and proper storing of foods. Love it!"................ Amazon Customer "AL"
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