Living Off The Grid: Off-Grid Living And Starting A Homestead From Scratch - Amazing DIY Projects For Self Sufficient Living! (Preppers Survival, Preppers Pantry, Sustainable Living)Living Off The GridOff-Grid Living And Starting A Homestead From Scratch - Amazing DIY Projects For Self Sufficient Living!Going Off the Grid is an amazing journey to go on that will leave your life forever changed and instill in your family some of the core values that hearken back to the pioneering time of our ancestors. Slowing down from the pace of consumer society, and building opportunities for those moments that are truly of value and meaning, are just a couple of the great gifts your new homestead will deliver.Inside we will cover:The Smart Way to Capture ...
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It was once said that your home is your castle. Though this may not be the case anymore it is still the place that many will choose to batten down the hatches when things go wrong. This can be a double edged sword as either being your best or worst solution. Defending your home may be no easy task, if you have a home to return to in many cases. Shelter is one of the three most important survival needs, without it we would be vulnerable to the elements, human predators, natural disasters and animals. We often take our homes for granted, they are our sanctuary in many ways and we always expect them to be there when we return. It's often the idea of the home being a sacred fortress that leads people to get killed because they don't realize how vulnerable their home is or plan what to do if it was gone. When you don't have a home to return to you'll need to have the skills to build something to keep you and your family safe. Simple shelters might help keep the rain off your head but will be useless against thieves and animals. Anyone with camping experience can tell you that the average tent isn't built to withstand much. Your home is your safe place in so many ways, but when SHTF how safe is it really? The average house isn't very safe and simply assuming your locked door will keep everyone else is extremely naïve. Let's look at different ways of making it safer and what happens if you can't go home again. Here is what you will learn after reading this book:Your homes Weakest PointsHome AdvantageFirearms for home safetyIf you can't go homeExtreme weatherproofing your home Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, and find "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter right after the introduction or after the conclusion. Download your copy of "Build a Survival Safe Home" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.
Starting off as a young, single woman with a desk job and a city apartment, Jenna Woginrich set out to build a more self-sufficient lifestyle by learning homesteading skills. She didn't own land or have much practical experience beyond a few forays into knitting and soap making, but she did have a strong desire to opt out of what she saw as a consumer-driven culture. After moving across the country to a rented farmhouse in northern Idaho, she learned to raise chickens, keep bees, and grow her own food. This is the story of her joyful, dramatic, and sometimes sorrowful journey toward self-reliance. Along the way, she learned that an abundance of enthusiasm and a willingness to experiment could make up for a lack of knowledge, and that reaching out to others for mentoring and guidance could help her reconnect with her community. From the satisfying work of starting a new garden and installing honeybees, to the bliss of gathering fresh eggs to be baked into a quiche served with warm-from-the-oven bread and hand-churned butter, "Made from Scratch" shares the deep satisfaction that comes with providing for oneself. In an encouraging and entertaining voice, Woginrich weaves into her narrative easy-to-follow instructions for making your own clothes, teaching yourself to play a musical instrument, and much more. In any setting - urban, suburban, or rural - with any level of experience, it's possible to take small steps toward self-reliance. Windowbox vegetable gardens, a batch of homemade strawberry jam, a handknit sweater, or a small flock of backyard chickens all satisfy the craving to homestead. It's not about having a rustic cabin on five acres, complete with a pickup truck and a barn full of livestock. For Woginrich, it's about being more receptive to learning the simple skills most of us have forgotten, and finding joy in the process. Praise for "Made from Scratch" - "The book...is simultaneously a lighthearted fish-out-of-water, city-girl-turns-homesteader memoir, and a more serious primer on making a lifestyle change. Perfect for environmentally conscious, do-it-yourself readers." -"Booklist" "This fine, simple book is the real deal - and it will come as a great relief to people feeling some silent dread in a time of rising gas prices, food shortages, and the like. Much can be done -- in your home " -Bill McKibbon, author of "Deep Economy" "A delightful introduction to the simple (and not so simple) life." -William Alexander, author of "The $64 Tomato"