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How to Get Off the Grid and Survive - Off Grid Living for Preppers and Survivalists: A Beginners Homestead Guide - cover

How to Get Off the Grid and Survive - Off Grid Living for Preppers and Survivalists: A Beginners Homestead Guide

Kevin Barry Maguire

Publisher: Kevin Barry Maguire

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Summary

Are you tired of the rat race and want to get away from it all?
 
Are you tired of giving so much of your paycheck to utility companies? Tired of the local government telling you what you can and can’t do with your own property?
 
Maybe you just want to live a minimalist lifestyle and leave a smaller footprint.
 
For a lot of people, getting off the grid is the answer.
 
In How to Get off The Grid and Survive, I show you what you need to do to prepare for life off the grid.
 
This is a beginner’s guide and will help you answer the big question: Can I make it off grid without starving or going crazy? People like their electronics – cell phones, computers, video games, etc. Giving them up is easier than you think.
 
But with careful planning, you can have some electronics.
 
What you’ll learn:
 
· How to choose the right property
 
· What supplies you’ll need
 
· How to wean yourself off tech reliance
 
· Skills you’ll want to be good with
 
· How to get food and water
 
And more! 
 
I have an extra section at the end describing the easiest crops to grow and the most useful crops.
 
Scroll up and click “Buy Now” to start your journey.

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