Even simple living has complications. City/suburban dwellers heading to 'greener pastures' will find this guide indispensable. The transition to a more rural life can be complicated, with dozens of issues to consider, from utilities to schools to weather. Expert advisor Kimberly Willis writes from experience on such topics as choosing the right location, building or refurbishing, tools and supplies, home farming, animal ownership, and more. ?A growing market with little or no competition ?Practical, easy-to-follow advice ?Strong resources sectionThey then live on the land for 6 years in a tent while they build a mortgage-free home between commuting to jobs in the city and raising all their own food. ... For every person who does this and writes that inspiring story, probably 100 others quickly fail at it. ... Howa#39;s. the. Commute? Unless youa#39;re able to retire, have a career you can work on from home, or are starting your own business ... Many people commute long distances so they can make a good living and enjoy a country lifestyle.
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Country Living|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2008-11-04|