If for any reason the Odysee video above does not play well for you, the back up YouTube version is here.
This was a fantastic post from the ask me questions Miyagi Mornings post on my MeWe page….
What do you do with a homestead when you’re elderly? There’s a lot we can do to increase our health span and be active well into our 70’s. But at the end of the day, we are all headed in the same direction and eventually even a modest homestead is unsustainable for an older person. What’s the long term prep here? How should we look at this issue? I’m 34 BTW, but I spend a lot of time thinking about how to handle life in my later years.
This is a fantastic question and it really centers on two things.
1. Choice in which things and systems you want to continue to run and use as you get older.
2. Smart design that minimizes human labor, because even if you hire in labor it makes it cost less and easier to find the help you need to get it done.
I also think this is a great case where possible for things like tenants in Small/Tiny houses, etc.