Contrary to popular belief, living off the grid doesn’t mean we have to make do without electricity or running water, hide away from the world or have gone back in time. To us, living off the grid means living a pretty comfortable and rather self-sufficient life. We don’t get any bills for water or electricity, even though we’ve got all modern appliances we need.
- Sandrine Ferwerda
Sandrine Ferwerda was born in Belgium, where she grew up between horses, dogs and assorted poultry. After getting a degree in sociology, she worked as a personal assistant in Amsterdam when she and her husband decided to pack their things and move to rural Spain. With the help of volunteers, they’re turning their olive & almond farm in the middle of nowhere into a self-sustainable permaculture paradise. When she’s not writing, Sandrine likes to watch plants grow, talk to her chickens and dream about her own herd of alpaca’s.
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