Like I mentioned in a a previous post “7 Self Sufficiency Strategies”, becoming independently wealthy is the Holy Grail for any respectable digital nomad. There’s a lot of crossover because people who want to be self sufficient are trying to become less dependent on others for their needs. When people become independently wealthy, they have […]
One of my favorite things to do as a minimalist is to find natural products that can be useful for all sorts of things. This post from Survival Sherpa is a gold mine for coconut oil tips: “160 Reasons to Stock Coconut Oil in Your Larder”. Thanks Todd!
By Josh Rueff on May 15, 2013 The black sheep of a community is usually mistaken as a wolf. Structure, rules, and conformity are valuable elements of society because they produce security. Laws keep bad guys from breaking into my house, attacking my family, or damaging my property. Regulations keep big businesses from using their […]
America’s Loss of Economic Independence Self sufficiency is a lifestyle that’s become increasingly foreign as America advanced from it’s early Agrarian society, progressing through the Industrial Revolution and into the current Information Age. There’s a number of things that contributed to the loss of economic individualism; factory work took away the multifaceted, broad range […]
In my pursuit of the Minimalist Lifestyle, I’ve been convinced that complete self sufficiency is the highest degree of freedom. Self sufficiency can be achieved in many different ways, and even though I’ve personally decided on a homestead/freelancing-small business hybrid, I’ve written this list of self sufficiency options and strategies other people might want to […]
In this Alternate Lifestyle series, I’m doing my best to hone in on the most affordable, quality, and enjoyable housing alternatives I can find. One of the most interesting options is the Yurt. I came very close to buying a Yurt when I was searching for a house that would keep me out of debt […]