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Join The Club! Let’s all become a little more self sufficient together

It’s the moment I have been waiting for! I have been desperate to tell you all about my OUR new adventure. It’s an adventure that I think every person in the UK could all do together, in some way or another. I welcome you to join…

The Self Sufficiency Club!

Are you ready to become a little more self sufficient?

You wont need a huge garden, you wont need lots of time and you WILL make a huge difference to you life.

Make 2019 the year that you become a little more self sufficient!

Join NOW for free! 

Taking a few small steps towards living a more self sufficient lifestyle is great for you, your wallet, and the environment. I decided that it would be great fun for us all to start this journey together (OK I’ve been doing it for a while) but I’ll be starting again from scratch this year, so we can all do it as newbies!
I want you to see how easy it can be to live a more self sufficient life too.

I want to help families from all walks of life to take just a few small steps that will make a huge difference in their lives. Sometimes the words ‘Self and Sufficient’ together, make people think of dreadlocked hippies, or those who live in roundhouses or horseboxes on large pieces of land. This doesn’t have to be the case. In 2019, I truly believe that anyone can live even the smallest bit self sufficiently. You could be a 20something, free, singleton who works in an office and lives in a bedsit. You could be a busy mum of 4, self employed who works her knuckles to the bone (*cough* that’s me). Whoever you are, whatever you do, I give you my promise that you can do more, save money, be happy and healthy. Oh, and you don’t need to grow dreadlocks at all! You wont need to feel embarrassed or worry what people think. What you are about to do is HUGE. People will want to join you, because they too will want to be as happy as you are.

If you would like to join in fill out the form below. Each week I shall email you an easy challenge, useful hints and tips and a roundup of what we’ve been up to each week. 

In the garden, in your home or just in your mind you too can live a little more self sufficiently.

Each week, on a Friday evening, I shall send you some jobs for the weekend. They will be designed to suit every single one of you. Do these jobs over the weekend (during the week is fine too) and each week you shall see your new lifestyle developing with ease.

                                                           ARE YOU READY TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE?

Why are you wanting to become more self sufficient?

There are lots of reasons for wanting to become a little more self sufficient…

  • ‘Have-a-go’ at growing your own food
  • Reduce your plastic waste
  • Save money, spending less on crap you don’t need
  • Lose weight
  • Stick your middle finger up to mental health issues you may be battling with
  • Make a difference in this world
  • Own less stuff
  • Rely less on other people and corporations
  • Eat less meat
  • You want to learn something new, fun, and amazing!

I promise that you wont need to churn up your whole garden, you wont have to keep chickens or a pig, you wont have to sacrifice your dishwasher… I mean, you can do all of those things if you want. We did. But you wont have to!

My Self Sufficiency club will be an easy to follow, mini course, that is FREE and will change your life.

It really is easy when we are all in it together.

If you would like to join in and receive weekly emails, fill out the form below. Each week I shall email you an easy challenge, useful hints and tips and a roundup of what we’ve been up to each week.

*I promise to only use your email address for the purpose of the #SelfSufficiencyClub and I will never pass on your details to anyone, ever.

Hazel Newhouse

Hazel is a mum to 3 daughters and a son, she lives in Bedfordshire with her husband, kids and pets. Hazel has written for various publications, and regularly works alongside popular parenting and gardening brands.

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