Podcast #195:  Living A Decluttered Life

Podcast #195: Living A Decluttered Life

July 5th, 2019: In today’s show I share with you the amazing blessings and benefits of Living A Decluttered Life.  For so many today, they are unaware of how fear, abundance, and clutter are debilitating them and keeping them from enjoying the best parts of life!

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Podcast #194: The Blessings of a GIFT

Podcast #194: The Blessings of a GIFT

June 21st, 2019: In today’s show I share how we were blessed with a tremendous gift, that our house is finally listed with a realtor and I inspire and encourage you to step up your game!  Giving a gift is an amazing thing, but so is learning to graciously receive!  For more information on our 5 acre off-grid homestead that is for sale, click here.

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For Sale – 5 Acres Off-Grid Solar Homestead

For Sale – 5 Acres Off-Grid Solar Homestead

5-acre-off-grid-homestead-for-sale-lgOur 5 acre off-grid homestead in northern Idaho has been a labor of love. From purchasing the raw wilderness land site unseen, traveling 2,500 miles to setup camp and begin turning this rough patch into what we call home.

Our homestead is the perfect location for someone looking to be completely self-sustainable.

Here are the amenities that you will find:

* 40’ x 40’ fenced garden

* 12’ x 12’ divided barn perfect for goats or a cow and the 2nd story is a nice little workshop or child’s play area

* 15’ x 18’ log guest cabin

* Chicken coop on runners for easy relocation and outside access to the nesting boxes for easy egg gathering.

* 12’ x 12’ storage shed

* 16’ x 8’ woodshed

* 10’ x 10’ smithy

* 48v solar system with 16 panels and 8 batteries

* 150’ well pumping 30 gallons a minute of crystal clear water

* 30’ x 36’ home – basement includes mud room, utility room, food storage area and workshop/garage

* Living quarters is on the 2nd level which includes a loft – two bedrooms, bathroom with tub, shower and washer and dryer (toilet and sink too – note the home is plumbed just like any other home), kitchen, living room with wood stove, storage under stairs that go to the loft – the loft has a sitting area and the man cave and the she cave are upstairs which could also be used as bedrooms.

* Small back porch

* Small smokehouse

* Seasonal creek

* Surrounded by tall timber

* Legal access and gated mile long lane

Our property is gated by the state of Idaho and has a mile long lane. If you are looking for a secluded property that is still accessible all year round, you have found your parcel. The population of the local town is a wee bit over 100, a blink and you have passed the post office and town. The next closest town is a population of roughly 300 and has a gas pump, local mercantile, library, church, laundromat, senior center, restaurant/bar, post office and elementary school. The next largest town of roughly 3,000 will provide a middle school, high school, hospital, doctors, dentists, grocery stores and a bit more to cover your immediate needs and is roughly a 30-minute drive. For your Home Depot, Lowe’s, Wal-mart, etc you are looking at roughly an hour drive. There are many churches in the near vicinity as well. This is a beautiful area of Idaho and many of the residents live very self-sustaining lifestyles. There is a great deal of whitetail deer, elk, moose, some mule deer, bear, turkey, grouse, and quail. A hunters dream and ideal for those looking to live off the land as we do.

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Podcast #193: How To Make It Through The Hard Stuff

Podcast #193: How To Make It Through The Hard Stuff

May 17th, 2019: In today’s show I discuss How To Make It Through The Hard Stuff.  We all have different levels of HARD that we are experiencing or have experienced in our lives, but I feel there is one easy way to surf the hard and still enjoy your life and enjoy the process of the HARD journey you might be on so that you can see the benefits and the blessings along the way.

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Podcast #192: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

Podcast #192: Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

May 3rd, 2019: In today’s show, “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff” is an important topic and survival skill that we should all have in place!  Join me as I give you some pointers on how to look past the small stuff in our lives and just LIVE!

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