You’re invited to a free workshop this week called “How to Make  A Living While Homesteading”

I’ll be teaching you 5 best ways to make an income while homesteading, plus looking at the most important questions you aren’t asking when desiring to start a homestead.

Right now you probably think you don’t have enough time, money or knowledge to even get started. But I want to tell you that NONE of these things matter, that’s exactly where I started.

Take it from someone who’s done it, and struggled along the way, that it IS possible.

I have distilled down the 5 best ways you can make a living while doing this homesteading thing.

Hint: You don’t have to be some big homestead internet name or scrape by hourly on minimum wage.

Now that I’m finally here on my own land, part of my passion is to share what I’ve learned so that you can get there easier and quicker than I did.

So, I’m offering a free workshop on the different wants to make a living while homesteading.

For many people, the whole process of shifting their life to the “good life” on their homestead was HARD.  Maybe you know because you have tried already.

If you want to learn what I have seen work for people, to be able to afford their homestead life, then all you need to do is click the link below and show up for the workshop, listen and I’ll teach you what I know.

Available for only a short time and totally free – register now!

Hint: You don’t have to be a farmer or scrape by hourly on minimum wage.

But, you do need to know more than just how to make an income while homesteading, to be successful at it. You need to know about the mindset shifts required in order to sustain it long term.

It’s all about seeing challenges as opportunities (that’s a gold nugget right there).

The workshop is available for only a short time, totally free, but – SEATS ARE LIMITED!


About Beth Brettell

I am a permaculture homesteader and artist of anything that surrounds me. My love is endless for my son and partner. I am blessed to live on 30 acres in Northern California, tending to gardens, chickens and our home.

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