The good news for those looking to live off the grid is there are some pretty exciting ways to do just that.
A lot of the people living off the land are looking for something more.
“I’ve been in my cabin for the past three years, and it’s become a great way to recharge, recharge my batteries, and also for exercise and exercise for my health,” says Sarah.
It’s all about keeping your house clean, and Sarah is the perfect camper for that.
She also has a very happy campet of her own.
“There’s nothing more relaxing and fun than camping and just hanging out with friends,” she says.
“It’s not just for the camper.”
This year Sarah has been trying to get a home on the grid, which has been tough, but she’s doing everything she can to get there.
“To keep up with my energy bills, and the bills that come with it, I do what I can to find ways to save money, and that’s where I come in,” she explains.
She’s also started doing some pretty cool DIY projects like her own “Happy Camper” project, which she created to help her out with her bills.
“When I’m done with my cabin, I’ll buy myself a new one so I can go back to the real world and work from home.”
But this year, she decided she needed a little help.
Sarah was looking for a way to keep her house clean and her energy bills down, and she needed to find a way for her husband and three kids to enjoy their own space.
So, Sarah created her own camp for them, and over the last two months, she’s been keeping up with her online fundraising campaign to raise $10,000 to get her house on the move.
“My husband and I are very excited about having this new home,” she said.
We’ve been going out to the lake all summer and they really enjoy it.” “
And our kids have a really good time at our house, too.
We’ve been going out to the lake all summer and they really enjoy it.”
But her husband is just as excited about the campohampers she’s made, and he’s also going to have a blast on the trails.
“They’re really fun, too,” Sarah says.
This year’s campaign is getting close to its goal, and if it comes to an end, she’ll take it as a sign that the campet thing is definitely on the way.
“If you don’t have a place to go camping, then the camptags are definitely the way to go,” she concludes.