It’s altogether another thing to know how to use those skills – and when to use them…
Take a quiet approach and avoid certain things that may bring too much attention to you and what you’re doing.
When you run out, you’re out, and probably when you need it most.
People who are homeless never thought they’d end up that way.
Anything you do toward Homesteading is going to take time. It will take experience. You will make mistakes but you must be able to learn from yourself and others.
Ideally, most people who prep and Homestead want to live in a cabin up in the mountains. Or, at least a distance from other people. Many people, for many reasons, can’t live where they would like to live.
Can you feed a family of four for less than $200 per month? It is possible in a dire emergency that lasts for a year. There are several phases of food preparation that you would have to go through to do this.
People live in houses they can’t afford, buy vehicles to impress strangers, and have jobs that could end tomorrow. But they feel entitled.
Opinions fly around everywhere and everyone has one. But critical thinking is rare. It will be your own thoughts, not the opinions of others that will keep you from disaster and maybe save your life.