Books by Robyn Dolan
Escape the City and Thrive is in 3 parts.
Book 1 – How I did it and How You Can Too! – tells you how to get started.
Book 2 – Milking the Wild Goat – How to Set up Your Homestead – tells how to set up your homestead and raise animals.
Book 3 – Paying for the Dream – How to Thrive on Your Homestead – gives you ideas for how to pay for it all.
Escape the City and Thrive – Book 1: How I did it and How You can, too! $1.99 pdf
Book 1: How I did it and How You can, too!
About the book:
Escape the City and Thrive – How I Did it and How You Can, Too! is about how I decided to move to the country, the plans I made and the steps I took to do it, and some things I didn’t do that I should have. It is a guide for deciding whether moving to the country is for you, or if you just need a minor lifestyle change. If you decide homesteading is for you, the book serves as a checklist for what to consider and how to proceed to move out of the city, into a slower, happier life.
Chapters include evaluating:
and practical information on how to choose a location,
Packing Up and Moving Out
and Making an Action Plan.
Resources at the back of the book include websites, books, and YouTube channels for more ideas and professional help.
Escape the City and Thrive – Book 2: Milking the Wild Goat or How to Set up your Homestead $1.99 pdf
Book 2: Milking the Wild Goat or How to Set up your Homestead
About the book:
Escape the City and Thrive – Milking the Wild Goat or How to Set up Your Homestead is about how I made a new lifestyle for myself and my family. How we bought our land, set up our living quarters, started raising livestock, and slowed down and simplified our lives.
Death on the Homestead
and More to Life
Resources at the back of the book include websites, books, and YouTube channels for more ideas and experience.
About the Author
Robyn Dolan escaped the city for the first time in 1986, as a young mother, with her second child on the way. The family moved to Big Bear Lake, CA and lived and sold Real Estate there among the tall pines, deep lake and hordes of skiers for 12 years.
After her divorce, Ms. Dolan decided to move even farther out and eventually settled in Ash Fork, Arizona, “50 miles from everywhere”, west of Flagstaff and north of Prescott. Here she raised goats, sheep, chickens, horses, dogs, cats, the occasional pig, and a milk cow, for another 14 years. She also gave birth to her 4th child in Arizona.
Presently, the author is living full time in her 26 foot travel trailer, traveling between elderly grandpas and enjoying the sights in between. She calls her continuing attempts at homesteading and frugal living “roadsteading” and her son’s homeschooling experience “roadschooling”.
The Working Parent’s Guide to Homeschooling is now available at your favorite online retailer and at the link below:
the following link will take you to my publisher’s website: