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The Survival Entrepreneur!

The Survival Entrepreneur!
Jamea Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below!

The Survival EntrepreneurThere are lots of people out there making varying degrees of money from the survival niche. Whether its owning a blog, writing a book or even some level of training or consulting there is money to be made. There are even people making decent money with YouTube and survival content. You could also invent something great to affect the survival industry. Either way there is money to be made if you have great content or Continue reading The Survival Entrepreneur!

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Internet Money on I Am Liberty!

Internet Money!
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Listen to this show in player below!

Internet Money!Its very rare we take the time to talk about income but lately I have been looking for ways to change that. The motivation behind this is two fold. One is the fact that I am looking to take control of my world and not be held to the typical eight hour work day. The second reason I am looking for Continue reading Internet Money on I Am Liberty!

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Co-ops and buying clubs!

Co-ops and buying clubs
D.J. Cooper “Surviving Dystopia

Co-ops and buying clubsLast week we talked about pinching pennies and ways to save with projects aimed at reducing the costs of some of the things we need.  Another way to save money and make those pennies last is to buy in bulk, Co-ops and buying clubs.  If in the long run you can reduce the expenses of your household wouldn’t this be something you would choose to do? Continue reading Co-ops and buying clubs!

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Penny Pinching Projects!

Penny Pinching Projects for Preppers…
D.J. Cooper “Surviving Dystopia

Penny Pinching Projects for Preppers Hold PennyWell now isn’t that a tongue twister? But seriously, a great topic I think. After last week’s chat about others around us not agreeing with why we prep. It seems only fitting that we discuss some things to help us prep without breaking the bank.

There are many ways that we can increase Continue reading Penny Pinching Projects!

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How to “prep” when in debt?

How to “prep” when in debt?

debtI’ve heard the question and seen it posed on many forums; do I forgo bills in order to build my preps? Maybe pay just the minimum on my bills in order to build on my preps or do I not worry about my preps until I have my bills paid off? How about screw the bills and build my preps? These are all valid questions, none of which have a definitive answer. Everyone has their own set of circumstances that they find themselves in and must find their own balance between bills owed and money to invest in prepping. Continue reading How to “prep” when in debt?

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America On the Dole-The Buck Stops Where?

America On the Dole-The Buck Stops Where?
Host: Lynna “The Other Side… A Preppers Path

On the DoleAmerica on the Dole! Fact or fiction and just where does the buck stop? Questions we each need to answer, not for the country as a whole but personally. Semantics aside whether you call it on the dole, welfare or food stamps, government aid that you don’t pay back is welfare in the purest since. Per The United States Department of Commerce Statistics: “Welfare is the organized public or private social services for the assistance of disadvantaged groups. Aid could include general Welfare payments, health care through Medicaid, food stamps, special payments for pregnant women and young mothers, and federal and state housing benefits. The Welfare system in the United States began in the 1930s, during the Great Depression.” Indeed a time of true need for many, definitely a far cry from the statement often heard today of “I/we could make it without food-stamps BUT why should I? along with “ I get food stamps but that’s not welfare.” Neither statement would have heard 20 years ago. Perhaps a question to ask today, why has the mindset of so many become you owe me or I deserve? Continue reading America On the Dole-The Buck Stops Where?

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