It’s harder than ever to become secure.
- Expenses are rising.
- Incomes are falling and good jobs are in perpetual decline.
- Investments aren’t performing (and pensions are evaporating).
It’s already tough, and it’s going to get tougher still. Fortunately, there is a way to route around this damage.
If you have a little space to work with, it’s possible to build a home that doesn’t cost anything to live in.
A home that isn’t constantly dragging you down with:
- Mortgage payments.
- Tax payments.
- Insurance payments.
- Utility payments.
It’s pretty clear that a home that pays for itself is the dream home. It’s the home where it’s possible to actually become economically secure.
Not only that, a home like this actually protects you against almost all of the extreme events headed our way — from financial meltdowns to government bankruptcies to weather disasters. Protection you can’t have by buying couple of years worth of canned/dried goods. It also does more to help the environment than any of the trendy green schemes that are being touted as solutions.
How do you build a home like this?
You turn it into a resilient home. A home that produces food, energy, water, and more. A home that allows you to stay connected but remain independent.
Keep moving forward,
PS: A BIG thanks to all of the people that joined Resilient Strategies over the holiday weekend. You make it possible for me to do what I do.