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Off The Grid Living In Southwest Florida - One Woman's Story: Volume I [Kindle Edition]

Robin Speronis
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Today we have more people with disposable income, but we don't feel rich. Why? Because with that disposable income we have to go and buy this product and that service. We must pay more and more money for our energy needs. We must do all these things because we are told we must and because many of us have become dependent on these products and services. Many of us blindly follow these commands from the “system” and don't question. But some of us are waking up and realizing that “off-grid” living skills may mean the difference between deprivation and comfort during a man-made or natural crisis or even just day-to-day life.
Information, education, and knowledge are needed to begin an off-grid adventure. In “Off The Grid Living In Southwest Florida – One Woman’s Story: Volume I”, author Robin Speronis shares selected blog posts from her time living “off-grid” deep in the woods of North Fort Myers, Florida. There are blog posts as she maps out strategies, and thinks about possible "what if" scenarios. There are blog posts chronicling her planning, preparing, and acting. And there are blog posts where she shares her insight on the spiritual, political, and emotional side of living off-grid. Through a combination of trial-and-error and careful planning Robin Speronis shows us that no matter what happens we can be ready, we can be prepared and we can live well.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Robin Speronis is a devout Christian, a beautiful child of God and there is another constant in her life - passion. She has been in Restaurant Management, a Massage Therapist, an Esthetician, and a Real Estate Broker. Her advanced studies in the Natural Sciences allow her to completely free her husband from the healthcare system and home death him naturally. Robin considers her first book, My Love Was Greater Than My Fear: Freeing My Husband Completely From The Healthcare System And Home Deathing Him Naturally, as detailing the basis of the foundation of her “off-grid” journey.
Today she owns the company; Off The Grid Living, Inc. Speronis is on a quest to live without dependence on the system by integrating and using her education, her experiences, and the human and natural resources available to her.
Robin writes a blog entitled Off The Grid Living In Southwest Florida - One Woman's Story: aka Adventures of a Nature Girl in her Quest for Freedom; http://www.OffTheGridStory.com. She also hosts an internet radio show on Blog Talk Radio called Talk Off The Grid Living, http://www.TalkOffTheGridLiving.com.


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  • File Size: 432 KB
  • Print Length: 54 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ERXUMQI
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4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed This Book March 17, 2014
By kat
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I purchased this book after I heard about the author's struggle to stay in her off the grid home in S. CA. I found her story very interesting and wanted to know more about her journey toward self-sufficiency. I truly enjoyed reading the book. I think that those who are living in cities; surrounded by technology will find this book thought-provoking. It isn't a "how-to" book and the author doesn't really illustrate how she did what she did. In my opinion, it's more of an inspirational book about her quest to find meaning in her life through elimination of the things that don't matter. It's also a book about personal responsibility. She talks about her husband's death and how she dealt with the responsibilities associated with caring for him. I found that portion of the book to be uplifting: she showed that women can face difficulty and survive. In fact, I found that to be the message of the entire book. This author is a "can do" woman.

Throughout the book she talks about her faith in a personal way but she isn't trying to impose her beliefs on anyone. In my opinion, the book would not be as meaningful without an understanding of the basis of her belief system. I would recommend this book to anyone who is questioning their lifestyle, the meaning of life or their ability to survive under difficult circumstances. It would also provide hope and support for those who are dealing with terminally ill loved ones.

The only criticism I have about the book is that there are a few typos and some grammatical errors. I was happy to overlook those though.
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