An influencer gave an insight into her everyday work life in a company, working from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. while living off the grid.
The content creator shared how her husband quit his job before they bought the land outright and set up camp.
The TikToker (@sunnysarahanne) has given fans a glimpse into her life in a tent on a property in New Mexico.
Her husband used the money from his Rothto move and bought a used off-road vehicle for the property.
In a viral one VideoShe revealed that the start of her day consists of a walk with the dog before her husband makes her coffee and sets up the WiFi.
The influencer, a project coordinator, set up her workplace in the tent. It consists of a keyboard and a laptop resting on a wooden unit.
Meanwhile, she trains with an exercise ball.
She shared a clip of her husband setting up the solar panels so the couple could have power for the day.
The influencer revealed that they were using Starlink to get WiFi and said they had to save up for it before the technology was installed.
She said the equipment costs about $600 and the couple pays $120 a month.
But the influencer has incorporated exercise into her daily routine as she has been seen doing various workouts.
She said she swears by her “stepper,” adding, “That’s all I do is work my abs and go for walks.”
The off-grid enthusiast told how she skipped to work meetings before being seen tanning andher book.
Her everyday assembly ended with a crackling fire on the site while her husband swung in a hammock connected to two tree branches.
The influencer was bombarded with questions and revealed that the couple lived in a tent with canvas walls that cost $1,400 after taxes.
Fans were curious about the influencer’s insight into off-grid living and asked questions about how she showers and does her laundry.
In response to a viewer’s question, the influencer said she does her laundry about once a week.
In another VideoThe influencer showed fans what her morning routine is before she starts work.
She was seen taking a walk around the campsite before playing on a swing.
She said: “I still can’t get over the fact that we live 30 minutes from a national park!”
have resorted to off-grid living to save money.