With the necessary homesteading skills, you could be able to produce something you need all by yourself. It's not as hard as it sounds.
Start homesteading by learning the basics.
Once you understand these, you'll have a better understanding of what you need to learn.
You don't need a farm to homestead. What you need is the right attitude and approach to life.
Build the skills you need through practice. You can choose what you want to learn how to do.
Typical areas of interest for homesteaders are:
You can learn more valuable skills from books. I'm using Handy Farm Devices and How to Make Them to install a dumbwaiter in our kitchen. The project is almost done. I'll share photos when I get around to it.
What skills do you use on your homestead?