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10 Mistakes to Avoid When Going Off The Grid

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10 Mistakes to Avoid When Going Off The Grid

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Going Off The Grid - The last thing you want is to go off the grid knowing nothing about the wilderness, food preservation, etc. It's also important that you become a handyman. By this, I mean learn how to fix things when they break rather than replace them. Follow Me on Pinterest

People go off the grid for a variety of reasons. Some do it because it allows them to become more self-sustainable. They can grow their own food, get their own water, and don’t need to rely on grocery stores to survive. Others do it for the thrill. After all, there’s no better experience than completely supporting yourself off the grid.

Finally, there’s the group of people who go off the grid after a disaster, either man-made or natural, to increase their chances of survival. In all three cases, there are some things you’ll want to avoid.

You can’t just say, “Okay, I’m going to live off the land now“, but then have no plan, supplies, or survival knowledge to back it up (without proper planning, going off the grid can actually be very dangerous). Christopher McCandless, who’s story was used to make the movie Into the Wild, helps us appreciate the importance of being fully prepared for living off the land.

For example, are you familiar with solar power and how to harness UV light to produce electricity? Did you know that a buildup of human waste in your living area can become toxic if not disposed of properly? Or that elevated water sources can provide you with a more efficient way of acquiring water? If you’re someone who’s never lived off the land, I wouldn’t expect you to know these things. But they’re crucial to making your experience a more comfortable one.

The last thing you want is to go off the grid knowing nothing about the wilderness, food preservation, etc. It’s also important that you become a handyman. By this, I mean learn how to fix things when they break rather than replace them. This is a crucial skill to have when living off the land. We’ll talk about all this and more in our article, so come check it out!

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Going Off The Grid

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David

Hey! My name's David and I'm an avid survivalist, prepper, and outdoorsman. As a former marine, I've witnessed firsthand how dangerous the world can be. For that reason, I do all I can to keep me and my family safe (from both present and future threats). To learn more about me, and check out more of my articles, visit my website at www.truthsurvival.com.

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