Amazon Now Delivers Tiny Homes

October 13, 2017 at 5:13 pm





Buying a tiny home just got easier. Amazon will now deliver one to your front door — or just about anywhere else in the world — fully furnished for $40,000.

Made from brand new shipping containers, they have everything you’d expect in a comfortable modern home — a kitchenette, bathroom, living room, bedroom, laminate floors, five windows and french doors — packed into 320 square feet. They also include heat and air conditioning, water and sewer hookups, and optional solar panels.

Couple Becomes First To Finish Appalachian Trail With Baby in Tow

October 12, 2017 at 3:16 pm




Learning to walk along the way, Ellie Quirin became the youngest person ever to all-the-way-through “hike” the Appalachian Trail last month

BREAKING: Baby Foreskins Secretly Sold to Vaccine Companies For Decades, Foreskin Cells Now Injected Back into Babies

October 5, 2017 at 3:40 pm

In case you needed another reason to not vaccinate your child, but it could save another child from being brutally tortured.

While the danger and ineffectiveness of vaccines already has a growing number of parents opting out, now they have another reason to avoid shooting their children up with pathogens and toxins.

By vaccinating your child, you are propping up the circumcision industry. Even creepier, soon you could be injecting your child with another child’s foreskin cells.

Dandelion “Weeds” Kill Cancer Cells, Leave Healthy Cells Intact

September 27, 2017 at 4:10 pm




Dandelion root induces cancer cell “suicide,” while leaving healthy cells alone, study finds

 

Those yellow dots that “litter” your otherwise “perfectly green” lawn are more than just pesky weeds. Dandelion has been considered a valuable food and medicine in both Eastern and Western culture for thousands of years and is now being researched for it’s cancer-fighting abilities.

We’re Flushing Our Most Valuable Resource Down the Drain – Time for Compostable Toilets

September 14, 2017 at 9:48 pm




Every time we take a dump, we’re flushing more than just poop down the drain. We’re flushing money, energy and our most valuable natural resource — clean water — down it too.

The average American uses nearly 5000 gallons of potable water  per  year just to flush fecal matter down the toilet and even more than that to push it through our sewer systems. That’s over 1.5 billion gallons of water in the U.S alone.

7 Reasons You Might Be Happier in a Tiny Home

January 30, 2017 at 2:07 am




Tiny home from the HGTV show Tiny House, Big Living

My family and I have been happier than ever since we moved into a tiny home six months ago. Below are seven ways we’re living larger in a smaller space:

1. It saves money. Tiny homes are a fraction of the cost of the average American house, and they cost less to heat, cool and maintain.

Vegan Group Threatens Primitive Skills Teacher Over “Humane Slaughter” Class

November 16, 2016 at 10:22 pm




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Natalie Bogwalker, founder of Wild Abundance primitive skills school

Rather than focus on horrors and atrocities at factory farms, a national animal rights group is targeting the female owner of a small primitive-skills school in the Appalachian mountains for an upcoming course on the humane slaughter and butchery of animals.

7 Easy Ways to Live Without Disposable Plastic

October 21, 2016 at 1:21 am




Time to evolve beyond disposable plastic. Here’s how:
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Why Cob Houses are the “Best Bang for Your Buck”

February 18, 2016 at 3:22 am




Cob or “adobe” houses are cheap, energy efficient, termite-proof, fire-proof, earthquake-resistant, non-toxic, beautiful and can last thousands of years.

cobhouse__Hobbit_H_2745149kImages of a cob house built for under $250 in England two years ago have been re-circulating the internet lately, inspiring tiny-house-enthusiasts and back-to-the-landers with hope that living off the grid on a low budget might not be too far out of reach.