If you want to live off-grid you need to be able to do shit yourself. Which means you need to have a tool for every job. Personally, Im of the "I can make due with a few core hand tools" variety but I'm finding that more tools is better.
They don't spoil. They don't run off. And if you take care of them, they pay dividends in the long run. Worth buying quality tools the first time and taking care of them.
Here's a list I found of recommended tools from: Off Grid World. What do you think? More? Less? Any suggestions?
There are different strategies when it comes to making money and sustaining yourself on a homestead or completely off-grid. If you want to make money off-grid, the best way is to combine these strategies into a combination that works best for you.
Goats are fun. They're social. And they provide milk and meat to your homestead. But picking out what goat is right for you is an important first step. Start by asking yourself what you'll be using it for. A pet? Milk? Meat? Clearing brush?
Here, I'll go over some popular dairy goat breeds and what makes them champions.
Remember back when you moved out of your parents’ house and lived off $100 a month? You ate ramen 2 meals a day and used your nose to decide if laundry was re-wear-able. If you survived that lifestyle back then, what’s keeping you from living off $500 a month now?
What is rich? Everyone wants to be rich but we don't have an agreed upon definition for “richness”. If I gave you $100Bajillion, I’m sure you would think yourself rich, at least financially. But what if you had to work every second of the rest of your life to get that? Would you do it? No way. So then on the opposite end of the spectrum, if you never had to work again but only all your most basic needs were met: food, shelter, toiletries, are you rich? Debatable. So what defines wealth?
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