Have you ever wanted to be free and live the dream of being off grid? Have you ever considered breaking out on your own and living independently of the public utilities and other so-called modern conveniences that seem to keep you chained down? What’s keeping you from realizing your off–grid dream?
FIND OUT IF OFF-GRID LIVING IS FOR YOU AND HOW TO GET STARTED!
1. BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
Set out the priorities in your life and live your life on your own terms.
2. CHOOSE A DEBT-FREE LIFE
Be free of the stresses of having to make enough money to pay off your debts. Downsize if need be, so the money you make goes to funding your travels and activities you enjoy instead.
3. GO MINIMAL AND PURGE THE UNNECESSARY
Cut down unnecessary expenses, especially those you rarely make use of, like your club memberships and credit cards. Get rid of unnecessary possessions – sell them or donate them away; keep only the essentials. Quit expensive habits, like habitual shopping, partying, betting, smoking and drinking.
4. TEST IT OUT
Rent out a cabin in the woods for an extended stay to get a feel of what it’s like living away from civilization.
5. SHARPEN YOUR SKILLS
Consider what may be your avenue for money making when living off-grid, which may well require a different set of skills from your previous job.
6. GET READY YOUR LAND
Be on the lookout for cheap land gong on sale, and have a general idea how and where you want to live.
7. MASTER THE NECESSARY SURVIVAL SKILLS
From growing your own vegetables to water management and waste disposal, be sure you are learn how to make your off-grid living sustainable and friendly to the environment.
8. GET HANDS-ON!
Try building your very own tiny abode from scratch. Understand about basic woodworking and other construction techniques. Also, consider an appropriate fuel for your future home – be it solar or other alternate fuels.
9. STAYING CONNECTED
Consider how you may want to keep in touch with your friends and family while living off-grid.
10. FOR THOSE WITH KIDS
There are many ways to educate young children. Consider the knowledge they may gain from working the land, growing food and rearing animals.