Since starting Stateless Homesteading earlier this year, this little blog of ours has enjoyed success far beyond what I’d originally anticipated. Owed in no small part to websites like Activist Post and The Sleuth Journal giving an unknown writer a chance, this half year of blogging has been an enthralling experience.
Having everyone’s favorite survival seed-slinging disinformation agent reblog my work and proceed to misattribute its authorship was certainly… unexpected. Watching these articles float around the blogosphere and spark conversation and debate (in multiple languages, at that!) was also unexpected, though in a far more rewarding and meaningful way.
Unfortunately, not a lot of this discussion has made it back to Stateless Homesteading proper… yet. I know you’re out there, Readers, so please, don’t be strangers! A blogger without feedback is just a crazy person talking at their computer – I’d like to think you can still save me from such a fate!
Leave a comment on this post, or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What topics do you find most captivating? Any constructive criticism? Where should we take Stateless Homesteading in 2016? I do, after all, blog for you guys out there as much as I do myself. This is a partnership of like minds, or at least, I’d like it to be.
To be honest with you all, the original vision for this site was very pointed – to catalogue my personal research on Agenda 21 (with a healthy dollop of bitching) while documenting the process of building your own home and going off-grid with as little State intervention as possible. But along the way, the daunting process of actually getting off the grid coupled with the overnight popularity of my Agenda 21 musings conspired to bring about only half of this original vision. As the number of non-Agenda 21 related articles begins to mount, too, Stateless Homesteading has become something very different than what I’d first expected.
So, Reader, I confess. I’m at a crossroads. Do I continue making Stateless Homesteading a general blog about Deep Politics, despite the fact that homesteading may end up being but a small fraction of the overall content here? Or do I strive for that original vision for this site and start an additional blog for podcasts, videos, and articles unrelated to Agenda 21 or homesteading?
Which would you guys prefer? It truly is up to you. Sincerely looking forward to hearing from you all.
Yours in Truth,
Josh, aka Rusticus