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Whether you’re preparing for a major SHTF survival event, or you simply want to live a more self-sustained lifestyle, becoming a homesteader is a great way to save money, live a life where you’re not reliant on others and enjoy better health, too!

But living off-grid also carries with it some complicated situations, if you’re not prepared to handle them. Most people go no further than making sure they have a generator and some food stocked up to live in a grid-down environment.

There are many smaller things you need to know if you want to be self-sufficient, and that includes things like knowing how to make your own soaps and cleaners, learning how to sew or mend clothing, setting up irrigation systems for your property, woodworking and much more.

These aren’t things you can simply order and have on hand – they’re skills you have to learn and practice if you want to be truly prepared for a long-term event without electricity.

If you’re dedicated to the idea of homesteading, the information below is going to give you a head start on what you need to know to expand your knowledge and learn the empowering skills that can be passed down from generation to generation.

This is not an overnight process, but one that will increase your ability to address shortages and problems with ease, making you more resilient to whatever is going on in the world that’s outside of your control.

Keep an eye out over the next couple of weeks as I discuss this further.

Best Regards

Dominus Owen Markham

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