How to Get a Whole Library of Self-Reliance Guides for Only $30

You know how we could really change the world?

We could do it in our own homes by taking one simple step. We need to change our mindsets from being consumers to being producers.

Now, I’m not saying that you suddenly need to start making all of your own clothing and selling your garments to other people, stitching by hand in the firelight until the wee hours of the night. (Although that has some definite coolness potential right there.)

I’m talking about small changes you can make to become just a little less dependent on big corporations and other people to create everything for you. (Long story short, go here to get the tools you need to start producing for less than $30 – but the long story is really cool too, so keep reading!)

I don’t like this whole store-bought, convenience-heavy, manufactured lifestyle.

I know that we can buy things for pennies sometimes because of it. But, that savings has a high cost in many other areas. We buy everything at the store, made for us, by heaven knows who out of heaven knows what.

It’s the American way.

We’ve handed over the responsibility of caring for our families over to the manufacturers of soap, food, and cleaning supplies.

Did you ever wonder why people in our country seems to be getting sicker by the year?

Given the huge leaps in medical technology and the scientific discoveries made over the past decades, doesn’t it seem as though people in civilized countries would be leading longer, healthier lives? In reality, it’s just the opposite.

Everyone is either sick themselves or knows someone who is sick. People are living sicker and dying younger right here in the Land of Opportunity. Chronic illness is now the norm instead of an oddity. Cancer strikes every other person in the country – literally 50% of us will have it at some point.

This is what “progress” has done for us.

Here’s how to get back to basics.

What if you could easily get rid of the toxic products that have made their way into your home? What if you could make these items yourself almost as quickly as going to the store? What if you could lower your family’s risk of cancer, hormonal disruption, and asthma by making a few simple changes?
You can learn how to do all of these things – and more – with the 2017 Back to Basics Bundle. It’s a self-reliance library of more than 70 guides to help make your life healthier, simpler, and more prepared. If you bought all of the titles separately, the value would be more than $800. Now, you can get them all for the ridiculously low price of $29.97.
This year’s bundle includes over 70 resources to help you get back to basics and will help you:
  • Cook from scratch using nourishing real food
  • Plant and harvest your own vegetables
  • Learn what it means to live a simpler life without stress
  • Create a wholesome, healthy food storage
  • Learn how to create and use natural remedies
  • Plus learn how to live a more frugal life, do more things yourself, manage a small homestead, and much much more!

You’ll find one of my books in there too that I think you will really enjoy. I wrote it to share with you the secrets I used to keep my kiddos fed during the most financially stressful time of my life. It’s more of a first person story than a step-by-step guide because I really have been there, in a very difficult place, and I think providing those real life examples is helpful.

As for the other stuff, I’m about halfway through reading it now. (I got my content early.) I have absolutely loved every single thing I’ve read so far. If you’re here on my website, I can almost guarantee you will enjoy most, if not all, of the content

Speaking of guarantees – there is one – you have 30 days to review the material and get your money back if you aren’t happy. You can’t lose.

You get a huge amount of info for less than $30 because a whole bunch of bloggers combined forces to provide it all at once.

  • 70 authors
  • 73 resources
  • 12 bonus offers
  • $814.94 value (+ bonus offers)
  • 96% savings

(PS: My advice is to print off your favorite guides and put them in a looseleaf binder in the event that you need to access the information when the power goes out.)

Go here to buy yours. It’s only available for a week and after that, you will only be able to purchase the items individually.

Daisy Luther

About the Author

Daisy Luther

Please feel free to share any information from this site in part or in full, leaving all links intact, giving credit to the author and including a link to this website and the following bio. Daisy is a coffee-swigging, gun-toting, homeschooling blogger who writes about current events, preparedness, frugality, and the pursuit of liberty on her websites, The Organic Prepper and DaisyLuther.com She is the author of 4 books and the co-founder of Preppers University, where she teaches intensive preparedness courses in a live online classroom setting. You can follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter,.

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