The Basic Guide To Self-Sufficiency
Self-sufficiency: able to maintain oneself or itself without outside aid : capable of providing for one’s own needs
Everyone on the right needs to practice and evolve this ability. Now more than ever.
Food. Water. Land. Community. Shelter. Energy. You need these six things to be majority self-sufficient.
You also want these three key traits:
- City-free (escape the city)
- A frugal mindset
Community and land help you get food, water, and shelter. You need to be debt free to plug out of the corrupt system. You need to be out of the city for reasons a monkey could infer. Finally, you need a frugal mindset to keep you sane when you can’t have your unlimited one-day-delivery Gucci bags.
None of this is quick. Nor is it easy. But it pays in dividends to both the cause and to you personally.
With self-sustaining land, food, water, and shelter: we have a safe-haven. Around this, we can create a community. We need these communities to stay safe. Especially as the world around us continues to delve into madness.
Even something as small as a few farm animals, fruit trees, canned goods, and a well-configured rainwater collection systems would pay dividends later. This country isn’t looking too pretty going into the future. What happens if you don’t have the basics provided to you anymore?
Spend some time thinking about what matters to you. What you would be able to do if you lost access to food, water, and shelter right now.
Then, start thinking about how you can work toward the following:
- Become debt-free
- Move out of the city
- Become as financially independent as possible (multiple income streams)
- Acquire land
- Utilize land (animals, plants, greenhouse, rainwater collection, etc)
- Build external energy sources
- Develop it into a community
Oh, and get some bees. They are awesome.
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