Tag: learning

7 Tips to Effectively Teach Students Disaster Preparedness

Unexpected disasters can leave unprepared students in a state of shock and cause more risk for everyone present. Teaching students how to deal with disasters can be a huge step towards improving their safety and increasing their preparedness in such situations. Knowing how to act safely is not something that they will understand on their…
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February 25, 2020 0

Got Homestead Land? What to Do Next

Got Homestead Land? What to Do Next If you own land whether it be a quarter acre or one hundred acres, you can create your own homestead. The essence of homesteading is to focus on increasing what you’re able to produce yourself and reducing the number of store-bought things you consume. How you do this,…
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October 5, 2017 1

Meet Mallory, Learn From A Teen!

Meet Mallory, Learn From A Teen! James Walton “I Am Liberty” If you are looking to stay young mentally science is suggesting you must challenge your brain to learn new things. Like anything else if we put it on a shelf and don’t challenge our mind it gets weak. If you are on this webpage…
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April 2, 2016 0

Home schooling, questions and answers!

Home schooling, questions and answers! Renee “Homestead Honey Hour” If you’re a parent – especially a parent who preps, homesteads, or both — chances are you’ve thought about home schooling. Maybe you’re homeschooling already. There’s more joining the home schooling camp every year. The National Center for Education Statistics reports 1.7 percent of kids were…
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June 15, 2015 0

Family, Getting Them On Board

Family, Getting Them On Board Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty” I have often said that a man without kids and a wife cannot see the world for all that it is. Its like the electro magnetic spectrum. Humans can only sense so much of what is actually around them. There is a very incredible…
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July 25, 2014 0

Life Changes! Be Ready!

Life changes! We all know the only thing that is constant is change. Are you ready for the changes that could come your way? Flood, fire, drought, hurricane, tornado, extreme cold, terrorist event, economic issues and more occur constantly, a fact proven over and over. Now is the time to prepare for the unexpected events…
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September 19, 2013 0

Homesteading and learning from our mistakes!

On the Homestead Honey Hour TheMrsVolfie takes the helm in this episode of learning and sharing from mistakes as well as triumphs! I have heard it said that there is livestock and there is dead stock, when we start homesteading and prepping we don’t have all the answers so we rely on the internet. We…
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February 14, 2013 0

Medical preparedness including strategies for medical issues without access to modern medical help and more!

If you don’t know Nurse Amy and Dr. Bones you soon will. They both can best be described as a deep well of information that never runs dry. I have had the pleasure of working with them both over the past couple of years on different podcasts and very much look forward to working with…
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January 1, 2013 0

Will storing food and supplies really help?

On the “Lost Art of Prepping” Do you know what it truly means? Too many preppers out there are complacent and thinking that just storing food and supplies will help. Well they do help in a short term scenario but in the long term they will run out. You have to start learning skills, practicing…
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October 3, 2012 0

Mutual Aid, fun and encouragement!

This Tuesday at 8:00pm/Central  “The Crooked Path to Preparedness” will be packed with fun and encouragement, as always.  The topic will be Mutual Aid and we are guest staring The MinnesotaPrepperGals aka Allen2045, PrepperChickie and Petprepper. These gals are not only talented they are a hoot and a holler! Sissy Bob asked them to be…
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September 24, 2012 0

Lessons in life and the prepper’s life is no different

We all learn lessons in life and the prepper’s life is no different. As we are skipping down “The Crooked Path to Preparedness” we find that sometimes we trip and fall off the path. That is what we call learning as you go and living as you learn. The key is to not get discouraged…
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August 28, 2012 0