The idea of being self-sufficient is not new. The increase in energy prices and household stress has brought back the natural desire for self-sufficiency. Coming from a past that is almost forgotten, when centuries ago families would care for their food and needs, going off-grid can be appealing. For anyone
The problems of growing scarcity of natural resources and global warming raise eyebrows across the globe. They prompt homeowners to rethink the way they use appliances. These modern-day necessities can be the source of various problems. Namely, they account for around 30% of total electricity consumption in an average household.
Homesteading is all about self-sufficiency and keeping your footprint minimal. With proper planning and some practice, you should be able to achieve complete self-sufficiency in most climates. Some parts of the world make it increasingly difficult to homestead with 100% self-sufficiency. In other cases, there are regulations that require you
Have you heard of Murphy’s Law? It states; “Anything that can go wrong, shall.” This seems to be the rule of thumb for our homestead this week. Homesteading is full of challenges right. You know how it goes, just when you have a plan and think you have it going