Doom fatigue is the feeling of overwhelm a person may get when facing one negative event after another in a short period of time. Here’s what you can do about it.
We were recently “rated” by a self-appointed internet arbiter called NewsGuard, and *surprise*, they don’t seem to like us very much. Here’s what happened.
We won’t play the censors’ game, because it’s unwinnable. We’re playing OUR game against the Ministry of Truth. Here’s how you can help.
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While this Thanksgiving may not be fancy and may not be what it once was, you have the basics of survival, and you have today to be thankful for it. Take this one day for gratitude. You can always go back to worrying and being outraged tomorrow.
Has the stress of current events begun to make you feel hopeless? Are you worried about the future? I know things look pretty bad right now, but here’s why I believe that you’re going to be okay.
Sometimes people ask me, “If I was your family member, what would you advise?” Here’s the letter I’ve written to my own loved ones about what is coming and how to prepare for it.
If you’re just getting started with preparedness, welcome. You’re not too late. You’re right on time for where you are in your own journey. Just start.
In 2020, we’ve had a pandemic, riots, shortages, unemployment, and economic collapse. So many things have proven preppers right that it’s positively exhausting.
A UPS driver learns a lot about those on his route. Here are some funny – but not altogether inaccurate – observations about the types of customers since the coronavirus. Who would you add?