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Wage slave exit strategy

 
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Hey all.

It's not about permaculture per se, but its all about everything else surrounding it, like getting land, building own house, getting guts to do it and so on. Its a blog entry where i prepared lots of tips on how people moved to more peaceful life.

http://pleasanthacking.com/2012/04/27/wage-slave-exit-strategy/

Hope you will enjoy it
 
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Thanks! The Dorothy Ainsworth link was really inspiring for me, being a single mom of two grown kids...
 
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Glad to hear it. Its all about keeping spirit alive

You might also check out tiny house movement for some ideas http://www.tinyhousetalk.com and http://www.tinyhouseblog.com
 
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