Hello, my name is Alyssa and I’m 26 years old. I’m still young, but I really dislike having to deal with having a regular job. I can’t stand being at a boring job and having to wake up at every day being a slave to a company. I’m very used to modern day conveniences, though at the same time I get irritated having to be a slave to money, too. If possible, I’d like to find someone up in the northeast that’s interested in living off the grid. I don’t have a ton of money in my bank account. I have about $3000 maximum. I’d consider moving to another location if possible. I’m very fond of the cold weather, so I’d be open to escaping though. Though, I’m so used to living close by to family. That’d be the most difficult part for me to leave behind. That’s the reason I’d like to possibly find something not too  far of a distance at this time.

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