My goal in 2013 is to live my life as an inspiration to others. As lover of freedom I spent many years in the "fight", exerting massive amounts of energy trying to change people and institutions I had no control of. One day I realized that in order to be free, I had to start living free and stop asking for permission to be free. This began my journey down the paths of backyard gardening, nonviolent parenting, alternative economies, real nutrition, and overall sustainable living.
While I do not have all the answers, I do believe my journey and evolution can serve as an inspiration for others to change their lives, and thus our society. In order to document this progression in my life and the information our family has amassed, John and I have launched a project called Sovereign Living.
The goal is to teach others how to live more free and empower others to share their knowledge. Currently on the website you will find original blog posts from our family and republished information we find relevant. We are opening the site to like minded bloggers and seek to be inspired by you!
In 2013 we will release our first e-book on the topic of basic chicken ownership. Later in the year expect to see further e-books on gardening, alternative birthing, raising sovereign children, modern preparedness, agenda 21 and agorism!
ill be a big portion of this project in order to reach as wide an audience as possible. In addition to a weekly podcast, we will soon begin video updates and begin taping for a pilot season of "Sovereign Living", a Martha Stewart style show about all things living free. We also plan to bring these topics to liberty conferences across the country through speeches and presentations.
It's going to be a big year of learning new things and striving to inspire others. I am excited to share our story with you, and hope to hear about yours. Please consider participating in the project in some way so we can all inspire each other live as free as possible!
You can visit the website via www.sovereignliving.tv
- please be in touch if you are interested in contributing!