Have you ever considered trading city life for the off-grid life? This week, we're joined by Jo, the heart behind Feels Like Homestead, who did just that. Hear her story of swapping pavement for greener pastures, as she pursues a life of simplicity alongside her family in a yurt. She started by participating in Civil War reenactments and continued on to adapt that live style into their own and shares her personal revelations along the way. Jo's story is driven by challenges and a yearning for cleaner living.
This episode isn't just about simple living; it's a look at the practicalities of day-to-day life when you step off the beaten path. We journey through Jo's transition from establishing roots on their own piece of land and navigating some modern convenience withdrawals. Joe's story paints the picture of the incremental shifts towards a self-sufficient homestead.
We dive into multi-generational living, parenting, and support within her close-knit family. I love this conversation because it is a testament to the challenges of off-grid living, parenting, and the joy found in the little things. As she documents this life-altering journey on her blog, she extends an invitation to all of us to join in the adventure. Tune in for a story of courage, community, and the pursuit of a life less ordinary.
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