Sometimes it’s good to look for the “good”. It exists in nature all around us. Here’s my short story about the Robins…
When a prepper feels that they are completely prepared, what advice can we offer when they ask “what’s next?”
Striving to be more self sufficient costs money, time, labor. It can become all consuming depending on extent. But is it all worth it?
Here’s how to handle our new normal: Don’t stress out over the things you can’t change. Instead, we all need to use that energy to adapt.
The Greater Depression. The middle class. What’s it all going to look like? We seem to be heading there. The new normal. We’re beginning to see it…
When you see bad things coming on the horizon, do you feel compelled to warn others? At what point do you give up (because they’re not concerned)?
Which state offers the best opportunity for the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness? Are there any left for this pursuit? Or are they all turning “left”?
There tend to be one of two reactions upon discovering that someone is successful. Happy for them, or jealous and vindictive of their success. Why is that?
We each have our own favorite interests. And they will influence your preparedness as you go about it. Lets hear what you like the best with your prepping!
We are inherently tribal, characterized by a tendency to form groups or by strong group loyalty. Globalism may be incompatible with our core being.