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06/28/2018 / By Zoey Sky
More families are expressing a desire to be self-sufficient, and if your family is one of them, you’ll benefit from some of the essentials included in this article. (h/t to DoomsdayMoose.com)
To become self-sufficient, homesteaders suggest keeping these four items in mind before you start living off-grid:
Contrary to popular belief, homesteaders don’t have to give up necessities like indoor plumbing, water from a faucet, and electricity. Consider these off-grid living essentials so you can still have access to these public utilities without having to pay monthly bills or relying on energy infrastructures.
Aside from the four essentials listed above, keep these tips in mind before you start a homestead:
You can read more articles about homesteading tips for beginners at Homesteading.news.
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