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Is homesteading for me? A free little course and self-measurement tool

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Location: Maine, USA
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I get asked by a lot of folks the pros and cons of living on our homestead (mostly by my old work colleagues who are sick of being in the rut of the daily commute to and from the office).

So I created a small "cours"e - that talks about the upside and the downside of homestead...and then a quiz you can do to test yourself against those things.

Here it is....

It really is not a perfect measure...but I wanted people to think seriously about if THEY are really wanting to be a homesteader or just escape the rut they are in..

If you are starting off in the world of homesteading (or even an old hand) give it a try. Its totally free and no obligation to ever see or talk to me again.....but you will need to create a login to use the system (its easy...but I know a pain for some folks).

Love some feedback....if you think I have missed something or being too hard in some areas...


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