The Solo Prepper Resource Run
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio player below!
To build a home of self-sufficiency and preparedness one of the most important things you can do is to include all of those involved in the technology, skills and procsses that allow you to live that lifestyle. In other words, you want the people of the household to be involved in how these things happen. Being a solo prepper and hoarding all the information puts your family at a great risk in times of a disaster. Continue reading The Solo Prepper Resource Run→
5 Steps to Developing a Better Urban Survival Process
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below!
We all know about grey man and the idea that we should merely bugout of any major metro area in the event of a disaster. These are good pieces of advice but I think it’s time we take this base knowledge and begin to apply it to our specific neighborhood. If you are truly going to be successful in the urban survival scenario you should apply these five urban survival processes. Continue reading 5 Steps to Developing a Better Urban Survival Process→
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 home schooled in 1999, 2.2 percent in 2003, and 2.9 percent in 2007. In 2011, that figure was at 4 percent. If you crunch the numbers Continue reading Home schooling, questions and answers!→
We’ve covered a lot in the past 6 months for new peppers’ and you’ve shared so much valuable information. So tonight on Preparing for Life’s Storms Tuesday May 7th 2013, 8 pm central time I’d like to answer any questions you may still have, whether it canning or off-grid toilets or just simply share resources. We’ll also spend some time talking about the YouTube prepping communities’ “Prepping Unplugged Challenge”. You have to get in on this the prizes are outstanding! I would love to have some of the sponsors to this challenge call in tonight. Listen to this show in player below
This episode of “Foraging For Life” we will look a few more resources nature has to offer in the way of medicinal plants and herbs. There are several plants and herbs that are in natures medicine cabinet that can help us when no other resources are available. We will talk about a few of these and the necessary procedures required to put them to use. Some of these plant require little or no preparation at all and can be as good or better for you than what comes off the shelf at your local pharmacy. For those that are hungry I’m sure we will have a few nutritious and filling ideas that may just wet your appetite.
Let’s take a look at home security. Is your home secure? Furthermore is your home location conducive to your safety regarding economical, biological or political threat? Are you living in a locale that aids you or places roadblocks in your quest for preparedness and safety? These are questions we often neglect to ask during times that appear relatively easy with peace and prosperity appearing the norm. The question? Are times really peaceful and prosperous? The reality is the probability of any number of potential threats to our safety and well being is real and growing daily. The fact is our country is already facing a labor crisis how long till we all feel the effects on the inflow of food and other necessities? Labor crisis begets economic crisis or vice versa, your pension, investments and other guaranteed income is in question. What about natural disaster or social chaos? Does your community have the resources and plans to help you face these threats? Join The Other Side of a Preppers Path as Lynna talks with reputed speaker, author and political scientist Joel Skousen, editor of World Affairs Brief (www.worldaffairsbrief.com.) Specializing in the philosophy of law and Constitutional theory, Joel, a highly acclaimed designer of high security, self- sufficient residences and retreats worldwide and developer of contingency retreat plans for those living in a large city has ANSWERS. Join the show, ask the hard questions and find solutions.
An excellent show and a real treat. Listen in player below!
For many the winter months are less hectic than the summer. This is a good time to read-up on the prepper lifestyle and increase our knowledge. It is said that knowledge is power and this will give us confidence as we continue living a lifestyle of preparedness. This week Christine will continue with National Preparedness Month by getting some good reading material especially for preppers. We’ll have links to some of the better guides and resources online. We hope you will join The Prepper Folks and Company. Listen to this show in player below!