This month’s wintery newsletter brings you Mica as our featured crystal. See what’s new in
Two years after our journey started, we’re living off grid and self sustainably in our little eco friendly home in South Africa. It’s been an incredible journey! And every day just gets better.
We share some easy to follow guidelines and tips for planting and growing healthy, happy fruit trees in South Africa.
Living off grid does not mean you don’t need income. The world is still what it is, and you need to be able to trade
We’ve been living off grid on our land for just over a year now, read on to find out how it’s going!
These self sustainable vegetable garden methods will improve your soil quality and garden health over time.
Our goal for our little farmstead is to have a permaculture-based food forest combining fruit and nut trees, vegetables, herbs, medicinal plants and companion plants.
A banana circle greywater management system is one of the best examples of a closed loop permaculture design. Here’s how it works.
Our journey to living off grid and self sustainably in South Africa: In December, we continue building our eco-friendly home, a timber frame clad with
While living in 18m2 hadn’t been as cramped as we expected, we were excited to start building the next phase living space.
In the latest installment in our journey to living off grid and sustainably in South Africa – our big solar system arrives, and we get water
OUR JOURNEY OFF GRID: I rolled into my third month of living permanently on our piece of land somewhat worse for wear. While the progress we’d made in July and August was really exciting, there were a lot of challenges to overcome along the way!
Our journey to living off grid and sustainably in South Africa continues… August was an exciting month! I GET A SHOWER! Fairy lights, bonfires and a veranda with a SHOWER!