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Hello everyone, I’m ready but not sure if I’m prepared to live off-grid. I’m in my early forties and have been divorced for about 3yrs.  I’ve been in the electrical trade for 15yrs and consider my self to be very handy as I love to see the end results from visualizing to constructing to the satisfaction of the end product.  I’ve come to a point and realization in life where going to work, rushing here rushing there is not the way to live.  My only concern are my kids,  that presently live with their mother.  Is there still away to sustain an income to continue to support them financial?  Besides that I’m ready and would greatly appreciate anyone that can give or show me valuable information on living off-grid. 


Thank you 


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One Response to “First timer living off-grid”

  1. Daniel

    I saw your post on the off grid site and am looking for someone interested in going off grid, or someone who is currently livng that way, or even a community of off grid’ers…

    I am a 36 year old single Male
    I receive a Pension from the VA
    am Ex Military

    Please let me know if you are interested…