Thanks! You’re Set for National Preparedness Month!

Daily Mini Preps every day of National Preparedness Month

Thank You and Congrats! It’s always a great day when someone steps up and adds to their preparedness, and that’s just what you’ve done. Now, click on the link and we’ll beam you over to our 30 Days of Prepper Tips. Don’t forget to check your email each day to see the next prepper tip…

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Whose Business Is It If People Are Preparing for Survival?

hypocrisy poisoning preparing for survival

I have a question for my fellow preppers. Whose business is it if we are preparing for survival? Are you sick of the media bashing the prepper community?  Well, I am! It was only last year that the media called preppers who had hand sanitizer, alcohol, and a couple of boxes of N95 masks “hoarders.” …

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The Lost Art of Paying Close Attention to Your Situation

A butterfly at sunset

The art of paying close attention to your situation may be going extinct. That’s because, in today’s world, we get subjected to pressure tests of modern technology and stockpiles of skewed information. All those distractions only make it more difficult for us to make it safely through the day.  Yes, paying close attention to our…

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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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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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What is Modern Monetary Theory

Modern Monetary Theory Explained (1)

Many people are asking, “What is Modern Monetary Theory?” In short, Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) is the most recent effort by our elected representatives to explain away and justify their reprehensible and destructive fiscal policies.  Overview of What is Modern Monetary Theory When attempting to explain its reservations with Modern Monetary Theory, the understandably slanted In…

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Nashville Explosion: Should We Expect Warzone Tactics at Home?

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While many people are waking to a traditional Christmas morning of gift-giving, holiday cheer, and having a rare, stress-free 2020 day, a new tradition may be exploding across the United States. Unfortunately, that new tradition does not involve reindeer, Santa, or peace. Instead, our new tradition, the tradition of places like Iraq and Afghanistan, is…

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M4S 113: 5 Ways to Spot Fake News

Learning ways to spot fake news can help you stay calm during turbulent times

One of the critical abilities needed to master today’s world is the capacity to spot fake news. Knowing ways to spot fake news helps verify the information we base our decisions upon. When we can do that, we make more effective decisions, which is pretty important when it comes to preparedness.  Imagine if you made…

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M4S 112: Lessons from the Mount St Helens Volcano Eruption

Lessons from the Mt. St. Helens eruption

May 18, 1980, is a day that many Pacific Northwesterners will never forget – it was the day the Mount St Helens volcano erupted. The Mount St Helens volcano is located about 100 miles south of Seattle and 50 miles northeast of Portland, Oregon. The eruption of the Mount St Helens volcano was the most…

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M4S 109: Disaster Situations Aren’t Always Isolated Events

Be prepared for complex disaster situations

Let’s talk about some stuff that does it make people feel very comfortable – disaster situations. Every area has certain disaster situations to which they are more prone. Considering disasters from a “what-if?” mindset allows us to be one step ahead of the event if and when it happens.  I look at disasters in two…

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