Do you want to break the shackles and stop giving your hard earned money to large multinational utility companies?
What would you do if there was an extended blackout spanning a month or more? How would you feed yourself and your family if the shelves in your local supermarket were suddenly empty? By becoming self-sufficient you will never need to worry about these things.
Don’t worry; there is no need to suddenly jump into an off-grid lifestyle. You can begin slowly and increase your self-sufficient abilities over time.
This book is packed with useful tips and tricks that can help you begin with the enjoyment and rewards that come with off-grid living. You will learn how to grow your own food, harvest your own water and generate your own power.
Here are some of the things you will learn about:
- Solar power generation
- Wind power generation
- Hydroelectric power generation
- Kinetic power generation
- Rainwater harvesting
- Sinking a well
- Water from rivers and streams
- Growing vegetables
- Growing fruit
- Growing herbs
- Keeping livestock
- Household waste disposal
It’s relatively easy to live off the grid. Do you want to learn how to become self-sufficient? Great … then what are you waiting for?
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About the Author
Tadhg O’Flaherty was born in Limerick, Ireland in 1977. Tadhg attended the University of Limerick as a mature student and graduated in 2013 with a B.Sc. in Computer Game Development.
As a computer whizz-kid Tadhg was naturally inept at writing until he discovered that by utilising the Law of Attraction he was able to seamlessly transition into the field and is now a full-time author with two books currently self-published on Amazon.
Tadhg’s second book “Surviving a Realistic Zombie Apocalypse” gained local notoriety within days of publishing and was featured on the front page of the Limerick Leader newspaper, which has a readership of 110,290, and also received airtime on local and national radio.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I liked this short read, it was easy to understand and informative. I would have liked if there was more information about how the practices effect the environment but overall I enjoyed this!