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The Dirty Truth About How To Start Homesteading is available for sale!


Have you wondered why you should get started homesteading and being independent? I went on that journey myself over the last fourteen years and I have learned quite a few things. I put all those things together and wrote a book! 

I truly believe in these uncertain times of food shortages and global insecurities that the best thing you can do is being self-sufficient. However, to be self-sufficient, you must take control of your food supply and learn new skills. That is where this book comes in. 

I am giving you everything I know. Most of the information in this book I have never written about because I knew one blog post would never cover all the information you needed to have in one place to start homesteading and further your independence. 

The Dirty Truth About How To Start Homesteading is the guide to get you started on your journey towards self-sufficiency. 2020 taught us many lessons and still is teaching us lessons, but the most important lesson that the supply chain is extremely fragile. We can not rely on it. 

You might think it is too late to get started, but there has never been a better time to get started. Planting a garden, starting your food storage, preserving your food, and raising small livestock are all valuable skills that will only serve you now and later. Homesteading can be done in urban areas as well as rural areas. In addition, you can grow your own food whether you have a garden plot or containers. 

This down-to-earth, no-frills guide will help you get started no matter where you live, how old you are, and how far along you are in your self-sufficiency journey!

You can purchase the book by clicking here, using this link, or clicking on the picture!

All this knowledge is only $5.49!

In these uncertain times, I wouldn't want you to be without this information. The ability to provide for yourself should be a priority in these changing times. 


This post contains affiliate links including ones for this book. The extra income earned from these links does not cost you any extra but does help this blog and my family. Thank you for your support! 


  1. As a 'newbie' to your blog, I am enjoying catching up on your articles. Thank you for sharing your wealth of information with others who are on a similar journey. Happy homesteading to you.

  2. I'm always to learn how to grow more food for our family (even though we live in a suburb) and how to preserve it.


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