When you first start prepping you want everything RIGHT NOW. You look around your home and see nothing but shortcomings. You don’t have enough food, you don’t … Read the rest
Over the past few years, here in America….
Contaminated water caused a complete loss of municipal services in both Ohio and West Virginia, resulting in almost a million people vying … Read the rest
Having overcome a few personal incidents that rocked the boat these last few weeks, I want to write now about one of the most important experiences … Read the rest
Preppers are often current events junkies – I know I certainly am. We check out the news in a different way than the non-prepared. We want … Read the rest
Every year, people make a series of New Year’s Resolutions that are usually forgotten by the time you flip the page of the calendar over to February. … Read the rest
I’m genuinely curious about something.
Why is it socially unacceptable to generalize about certain groups of people, while it’s open season on others?
Why are some beliefs, … Read the rest
Remember how after September 11th happened, there was that nasty bill that formed the TSA and authorized all sorts of surveillance against the American people and they … Read the rest
When you first take the leap into a prepared lifestyle, it can be overwhelming. There are so many potential disasters that it’s hard to figure out how … Read the rest
There has been an unexpected side-effect of the COVID-19 pandemic – single-family homes listed for sale outside of cities are seeing multiple offers almost immediately.
The mini … Read the rest
Mom and pop landlords, defined as real estate investors who own 10 or fewer properties, own about half of all rental units nationwide. And, according to CoreLogic, … Read the rest