Wood pallets are so incredibly useful, especially if you’re into frugality and DIY projects. There are dozens of ways you can upcycle them. #homesteadsurvivalsite #upcycled #woodpallets #pallets #repurposed
Our modern conveniences have come at a cost. We have lost a set of basic skills that save money, offer independence, and help us survive.
A single person can easily spend $100 a week on food. How in the world can you make $100 last the whole year? Here’s how.
It’s better to warm your home with a fireplace or woodstove, but you’re going to need lots of firewood. Here’s how to get it for free. #homesteadsurvivalsite #firewood #free #frugality #freefirewood
There’s a lot we can learn from The Great Depression. When the dollar stops going as far and companies start making major cuts, resourcefulness will be your most valuable asset.
Yard sales and garage sales are treasure-troves for homesteaders. With a little time and effort, you can save a lot on quality items.
Most cleaning products, no matter how effective, are full of harmful chemicals. Instead, you can whip up your own cleaning solutions. #homesteadsurvivalsite #cleaningrecipes #diycleaners #homemadecleaners #cleaning
While free land doesn’t really exist anymore, a plethora of low or no-money-down land grants and loans are readily available.
Believe it or not, buying a piece of land in the countryside is not a pipe dream, even if you have practically no money.
It may not look like the homestead of your dreams, but if you consider it a work in progress, you can homestead even when you’re broke.