Welcome to our Renaissance!
The need for simple, rural, sustainable living has become increasingly important. We are facing uncertain times of challenges, but also expansion, growth, recovery, innovation, and new concepts. A renaissance is proceeded by such dark days, shifting cultural values and a return to classic knowledge.
Sometimes the old ways are best, simple lives with healthy relationships with nature, community, and self. Kindness. Compassion. Sometimes the old ways need to be combined with new ideas.
The world spins far too fast, but the precepts of a Two-Lane lifestyle remain the same: family, faith, simplicity, self-reliance, and living with and working with the natural world around us. We have faith that West Virginia, Appalachia, and America are at the beginning of a renaissance. Join us.
You can visit the online magazine any time you like. Just as the magazine’s previous print version provided guidance, inspiration, collective impact, skill development, and fun, the online version will also provide accountability, inspiration, stories, art, and cultural community development.
Free subscriptions are like tickets to the main stage. You can access great content relating to rural life, simple solutions, natural wellness, and spiritual living. You also receive regular emails from Lisa, our in-house editor/essayist, with her reflections and links to recent online posts.
Paid subscribers sustain our existence, and get the “backstage pass.” Full access to podcasts, eBooks, writer worksheets & prompts, feature emails, significant book and retreat discounts, and more. Paid subscribers get all the multi-media we can offer and are also the only readers permitted to comment online.
Sponsors gain lifetime access to all features and discounts to special events.
You can subscribe by the month ($5.00), by the year ($50.00), or as a founding member ($200.00 one-time payment).
You will not see many ads on Two-Lane Renaissance. We will however offer occasional product reviews (for which we perhaps may receive free promotional products), affiliate links, sponsored content, and advertorials.
The word advertorial combines the words “advertisement” and “editorial”. These are designed to look and read like objective journalistic content but are, in fact, paid advertisements.
The Federal Trade Commission requires publishers to clearly identify paid or advertorial content.
To find out more about the company that provides the online platform and tech for this magazine, visit Substack.com.