Living Partially Off the Grid (Everything You Need to Know to Get Started) 

Living Partially Off the Grid (Everything You Need to Know to Get Started) 

Many people living partially off the grid do it for convenience or because they do not have the option of going entirely off the grid. Living partially off the grid means that you continue to use some utilities while disconnecting yourself from others. There aren’t rules about what you should preserve and give up; each…

Homestead Tax Exemption: What is it, and How to use it? 

Homestead Tax Exemption: What is it, and How to use it? 

What is a Homestead Tax Exemption? The homestead tax exemption is a legal document that protects a homeowner’s home from some creditors. This is usually after the death of the homeowner’s spouse or the filing of a bankruptcy petition. This tax exemption is perfect for those looking to live off the grid. The homestead tax…

Where to Start Homesteading in Tennessee? 

Where to Start Homesteading in Tennessee? 

Tennessee is one of the best states for homesteading in the entire country. The state receives high rainfall, a long growing season, and has virtually no laws against off grid life. However, Tennessee is a very diverse state—from the mountainous eastern side compared to the flatlands of the west. This article will walk you through…

Where to Live Off Grid in South Carolina? (Top 7 Counties) 

Where to Live Off Grid in South Carolina? (Top 7 Counties) 

South Carolina is a good state for off-grid living. Its unique geographical location allows you to simply cultivate a wide range of crops. South Carolina does not have a freshwater shortage; it receives enough rain each year, and the groundwater is generally pure. Living off the grid near the coast is a little more challenging…