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The Self-Sufficient Living Cheat Sheet: 10 Simple Steps to Become More Self-Sufficient in 1 Hour or Less (Self Sufficient Survival) Kindle Edition
How to restore balance and beauty to the environment around you… even if you live in a tiny apartment in the city.
Your modern way of living is under fire from the most dangerous threat in human history: yourself.
Despite all of humanity’s technological breakthroughs and innovations… the world around you is crumbling.
That’s because the insatiable desire to grow richer and become ‘successful’ simply isn't sustainable.
You don’t have to look far to see the negative consequences of your own desires:
- Wasting time on a job you hate just to make ends meet
- Buying things you don’t need to impress people you don’t care about
- Eating away your health with processed and artificial foods
Everywhere around you, there’s poverty-stricken families… economies on the brink of collapsing… and acres upon acres of forests literally going up in flames.
The world as you know it is at risk of completely falling apart.
But what if you lived in a community where you don’t need money to survive?
What if the environment around you were clean and alive with colorful plants and animals?
What if you never had to depend on anyone else but yourself for food, shelter, and happiness?
You might think it all just sounds like a fantasy… but the truth is, anyone can become fully self-sufficient, no matter where you are.
By following the guidance and advice laid out here, you can immediately break free from the prison of ‘successful living.’
Jumpstart your journey toward a healthy, independent, and sustainable lifestyle -- even if you’ve never built anything before.
In The Self-Sufficient Living Cheat Sheet, you’ll discover:
- How to increase your income by selling “useless” household items
- The environmentally friendly way to replace your car — invest in THIS special vehicle to eliminate your carbon footprint
- The secret ingredient to turning your backyard into a thriving garden
- 17+ different types of food scraps and ‘waste’ that you can use to feed your garden
- How to drastically cut down on food waste without eating less
- 4 natural products you can use to make your own eco-friendly cleaning supplies
- The simple alternative to ‘consumerism’ — the age-old method for getting what you need without paying money for it
- The 9 fundamental items you need to create a self-sufficient first-aid kit
- One of the top skills that most people are afraid of learning — and how you can master it effortlessly
- 3 essential tips for gaining financial independence
And much more.
You can’t depend on others to provide you with a healthy and happy lifestyle you’re proud of. If you don’t take action on your own, you’ll always be relying on people, money, and material goods to give you the illusion of satisfaction.
That’s why The Self-Sufficient Living Cheat Sheet gives you all the basic knowledge you need to take back control of your life and start living independently.
Even if you’ve got thousands of dollars in school loans to pay off, or you don’t know anything about gardening, you can quickly be on your way to living off the grid and establishing your freedom as an individual.
All it takes is a single step.
If you’re ready to end your wasteful habits and transform the community around you, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.
- ASIN : B099VJ36L4
- Publication date : July 18, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 5228 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 30 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,436 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Most of the advice in the book was very reasonable, like having a savings (if you can afford to save), having food from your own garden (if you have one), making your own cleaning products, recycling, and selling what you don't need (if you have something like that) and so on.
All in all, good for the start.