Self-sufficient living isn’t just for manifesto-writing, backwoods cabin dwellers. Our tips will help you explore ways to grow and produce your own food, use less energy and water, live healthier and save money, no matter where you live.
Preserving fresh foods when they’re abundant helps you eat self-reliantly all winter.
Using natural remedies for common ailments can help cut back on health care costs for you and your family.
Take advantage of the popularity of DIY home improvements by seeking out free or low-cost home maintenance classes at your local home improvement store.
Growing herbs is a simple, cost-effective way to increase food independence.
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Take your health into your own hands by choosing healthy activities such as regular exercise, stress reduction, herbal preventives and taking vacation time!
Consider replacing part of a grass lawn with edible plants, which provide much more in return for your resource investment.