Save Money By Becoming More Self-Sufficient


“Universal education is not only a moral imperative but an economic necessity, to pave the way toward making many more nations self-sufficient and self-sustaining.

– Desmond Tutu

By taking the initiative to become more self-sufficient, you can dramatically reduce your expenses! Adopting this mindset requires discipline and patience as it is a longterm change; but when done properly, these methods of saving money are well worth it.

Start with growing fresh fruits and vegetables in creative ways: try square foot gardening for small spaces or harvesting non-hybrid vegetable seeds! Additionally, get free organic mulch from local sources plus make homemade compost fertilizer for optimal garden growth...all while stocking up on essential savings.

Why not go the extra mile and cultivate your own oasis? Plant fruit-bearing trees in container pots or build a greenhouse to expand growing seasons. Additionally, take advantage of nature’s bounty - cut firewood from nearby forests for heating needs; acquire rainwater rather than relying on municipally provided water sources; and implement solar panels to upgrade energy efficiency at home. Utilizing natural resources allows you to be self-sufficient while saving money!

From chickens and pigs to goats, cows and bees - learn how you can create a sustainable lifestyle by growing your own food. Not only will it provide nourishment all year round but also teach the invaluable skill of crafting clothing, blankets & towels from homegrown wool! Before harvest season is out build yourself an underground root cellar for storage; have fun with canning vegetables or cooking up delicious soups through the winter months – just remember: no matter what time of year it is nature has always something nutritious in store.

Make the most of what you have – it’s not just a mantra, but can be an actionable way to better your health and environment while saving money. Reduce, reuse, recycle is only one piece in creating self-sufficiency; explore other methods such as upcycling or reusing resources that could help liberate yourself from costly expenses!

Support us!

Make a donation Shop at Become a volunteer