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.
There are a variety of vitamins and minerals that your body needs to survive. In a desperate situation, if you are eating and miss out on these, you can die of malnutrition. (That's not good).
If you're planning on living off-grid, think of it as a long term survival scenario. You need to ensure you're getting adequate food, water, rest, shelter, etc. But you also need to break these down and make sure you're getting the right balance of nutrients to sustain yourself long term.
The first and most important thing to realize about moving is that really Off-Grid living isn’t for everyone. I strongly urge you to close your eyes and think to yourself if you are really cut out for the hardships of Independent Living. To help you on this journey of self-reflection, I have bulleted out some questions to ask yourself before you make the leap out into the wild.
Thanks for stopping by. I am finishing up my military career right now in the next couple months and am working on getting as many things ready as possible before I break ground on building my house and setting up my food forest.
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?
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