Venezuela has gone almost completely cashless. Why? The current government wants to make it seem as though there's a recovery. But that's not all.
Selco warns us to be prepared because there is always someone who will enforce the new rules when the SHTF, and you probably won't like how they do it.
Are you concerned that you don't have what it takes to survive? Doubting yourself? Begin by realizing that you are worth defending. You are worth surviving.
During a time when it feels like everything is "against the rules," it can be a real challenge to live somewhat normally. Here are some ideas.
The group that takes credit for the Occupy Wall Street movement has a new, plan in mind. They intend to "lay siege" to and "occupy" the White House.
Homeschooling a special needs child can be a daunting task. But so can trying to do virtual school during a shutdown. The good news is you have options.
The more you can become self-sufficient, the less people can tell you what to do, threaten your livelihood, “cancel” your existence, or otherwise bully you into submission.
People involved in preparedness think that there will come a time when actions won't have consequences. This is wrong. There is ALWAYS a rule of law.
Are you in a situation where you can't have a typical garden? With a little bit of creativity, you can grow your own food in almost any space.
Would you look to a travel guide for survival and preparedness tips? Check out Choose Adventure and learn to navigate unfamiliar and dangerous circumstances.
Are you longing to have a successful and somewhat inexpensive garden? Why not plant in raised containers, made from tires? And, no, they're not toxic.
Selco warns us not to live in these not-so-normal times like they are normal no matter who says they are. They're not, and you must switch yourself into survival mode
After deciding to homeschool you may ask yourself, "What now?" Relax! You don’t have to have it all figured out. Here are some tips to help.
A lot of folks make preparedness and survival way too complicated. Sometimes applying principles from another arena can work to make things a little easier.
Rather than putting all your eggs in one basket and pinning your financial strategy on a single income source, develop a number of lower-paying part-time gigs – in other words, multiple streams of income.
Frugality doesn't have to be a life of deprivation. When you cut the fluff and focus your money on what is important to you, amazing things can happen.