Financial Preparedness Mindset

Do you have a financial preparedness mindset? This article will talk about it.

Grocery retailers are reporting a rise in prices. As a result, they are stockpiling food and supplies to protect their future profits. It’s all happening while the mainstream media (MSM) gaslights us about what is truly going on. And, in the end, it’s We the Consumer who will be left holding an expensive, empty bag…

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Mindset: Post-Holiday Positivity

post holiday mindset

As the glimmer and fun of the holiday season come to an end, the nights are still long and dark for us in the Northern Hemisphere.  If you find yourself feeling down this time of year, it’s important to take time to reflect.  Long nights lend themselves to introspection for many of us, and if…

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Prepping: The Fundamentals of Preparedness Made Easy!


Prepping has been in my mind as far back as I can remember. When I was a young child, my mother told me that my grandfather was a violent and abusive alcoholic who would go ballistic at the drop of a hat. Now, I don’t recall seeing that in him, but he also underwent shock…

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Best Bugging In Guide – Mindset, Gear, & Supplies (2023)

Everything you need to know about bugging in

In these difficult times, with a deepening financial crisis, worsening supply chain disruptions, escalating tensions between nuclear-armed superpowers, and millions of average citizens feeling upset, disregarded, and taken advantage of, the time is now to double down on your efforts to prepare your home and family for the possibility of bugging in. When it comes…

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Family & Finance


Things I Learned Traveling Abroad With My Family I have been lucky to be able to travel abroad, both for work and on … Continue Reading → It’s Time To Ditch Your Dryer! Why You Should Be Line-Drying I’ve been line-drying clothes for years.  When I had babies and toddlers, I dried their … Continue…

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Current Events & Information


Prepping for Industrial Disasters Industrial disasters have been in the news lately. I don’t think they’ve been given the … Continue Reading → 158: The Instructor with Tim T.R. Hendricks Tim T.R. Hendricks is here to discuss his experiences as a tank platoon leader, turned … Continue Reading → Robots You Are Going to See…

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Lessons from the Great Depression We Can Use Right Now

There are many lessons from the Great Depression that are still relevant today

The late 1920s and early 1930s were challenging times economically for our country, and we’re starting to see similar issues today. Those who are wise learn from history, and those who do not, repeat it. Here are some lessons we can take from the Great Depression and apply them to our current situation. A Quick…

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Mason Jars: 20 Budget Friendly Uses for Your Mason Jars

Mason Jars

Not all preppers are food production enthusiasts, but for those of us that are, few items are more ubiquitous than the popular Mason jar.  Mason jars are so popular, in fact, that November 30 has been named National Mason Jar Day. History Mason jars were invented in 1858 by John Landis Mason.  These jars were…

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Prepping for Healthcare Shortages

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Health care is “the organized provision of medical care to individuals or a community.” It is clear from reading that definition just how much may go wrong when a link in the intricate and lengthy medical supply chain breaks.  Here’s how to prepare for times when health and medical care are unavailable or overwhelmed. Shortages…

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SHTF Meaning: What is SHTF & Why Preparing for SHTF Matters

SHTF in Block Letters

The SHTF meaning is the stuff of nightmares: a sudden and complete breakdown of society as we know it: no electricity, running water, food, or medical supplies. Crime and violence are running rampant, and millions of people are fighting for survival. This is the stuff of movies and television shows, but is it possible? As…

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