Welcome to our Renaissance!

I’m happy you found Two-Lane Renaissance, a new online output from the publishers of Two-Lane Livin’ Magazine. While the print edition ended in 2017, we realized how much readers need good, reliable, positive information. The need for simple, rural, sustainable living has become increasingly important.

History shows us that following times of extreme challenge, there are times of expansion, growth, and new ideas. I have faith that central West Virginia and our country are at the beginning of a Renaissance. Our world has changed, but the precepts of a Two-Lane Lifestyle remain the same: family, faith, simplicity, self-reliance, living and working with the natural world around us.

Change is messy, chaotic, violent sometimes. But if we remain positive, kind, compassionate, and more self-reliant, we can and will experience a renaissance.

Why subscribe?

You can visit the online magazine any time you like. You can peruse the free side of the installed paywall, and enjoy the written articles and essays without issue or cost.

Free and paid subscribers receive a weekly email from Lisa, the editor/publisher. These emails are personal, not promotional, but also include links to posts on the site and sponsored content. So, you can visit here on your terms, or you can get the highlights free by email.

Paid subscribers get full access to the magazine online, which also includes podcasts, audio meditations, free ebooks, writer worksheets & prompts, significant book and retreat discounts, and more. Paid subscribers are also the only readers permitted to comment online.

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You will not see a bunch of ads on Two-Lane Renaissance. We will however be offering product reviews (for which we perhaps may receive free promotional products), affiliate links, sponsored content, and advertorials.

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The Federal Trade Commission requires publishers to clearly identify paid or advertorial content.

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