I thought only the Keebler Elves lived in trees. Not so. These real people had real homes inside trunks of trees and they lived there for many years…
The family lives in Norway and even in the harshest conditions…
It’s not about getting rich, it’s about living a simpler life. It’s about needing less money and living debt free. This family of 7…
If you start out with more than you can handle, you might regret it sooner than later. You don’t want to get into more debt…
Every so often you listen to someone who offers some very good, practical advice about Homesteading.
You will have to do a little planning to ensure that you meet your food goals. After a while, you’ll find ways to feed your family that you never thought about.
The Homestead life looks glamorous. For some people, it may be a way to escape. For others, Homesteading is a way back to more natural ways. There are many reasons people want to Homestead.
If you’ve wanted to follow a good example of what it means to be more self-sustaining, look what they’re doing…
This young family figured out how to Homestead right where they live, in a mobile home in a mobile home park. They took what they had and turned it into a small Homestead.
They raised many varieties of produce, birds and animals, and were quite skilled in the crafts of the region.
The days were like the early pioneer days and as they worked they began living raw.
What do you do on a vacant 15 acres? You do what Jennifer is doing. Taking it slow and easy, planning as you go along.
But now there’s only one left.
This is a short story about a family who lives off grid. Watch as they tell you all the troubles they have had and why they wouldn’t have it any other way.
They fast became friends and now all five families live together in a conscious community where they share everything.
A young family packs everything up and moves to start a Homestead. It wasn’t an easy decision to leave all behind but once they moved and began setting things up they didn’t turn back.
This young family has found success living off grid in the desert. Leaving a lucrative job and with a wife and kids they built a new existence near an old ghost town in the desert.
Would you like to visit a mountain dream Homestead high up in the woods of Idaho? This family (three kids) doesn’t have electricity, city water or common communications.
Here is a family that runs their own farm. They wash clothes by hand in a tub and use an outhouse with a composting toilet. They maintain almost all that they need to support themselves.
Life is too short to not live how you dream to live. That’s what this young family of four said to each other. They packed up and moved from the city to the back woods of Western North Carolina.