My Many Prepping Failures
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My Many Prepping Failures
I have always learned more from my failures than from my successes. Most of the time, real success just blows up your head and you spend more time fighting the ego than enjoying the success. For me the dark deep pits of failure provide me with time to review and calculate why things went so wrong. Of course, you cannot be considered a true failure unless you stop there. I am a stubborn man and whether it takes me 5 years or 5 minutes I rise up from the ashes and turn my failures around. Read more “My Many Prepping Failures!”
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Few holidays hold the meaning and importance of the anniversary of our Independence. Though it may be cool in some factions to pity my country and speak on how great America once was. It may be fashionable to speak America as though it were some sort of athlete who is long passed his prime. The fact of the matter is we live in the greatest nation in the known universe. A nation that has brought more to this world by way of ideas, inventions, success, freedoms and cold hard earnings and it’s important that we celebrate that. Read more “Independence Day Celebration!”
“The Prepper’s Poitin Hour”, What if you were living in a war zone and did not KNOW it? What if you were in mortal combat and did not yet realize it? Ladies and gentlemen, this is US. This nation has been besieged for decades in a multiple front war for our culture, our children, our liberties, our economic success, and a host of other agendas. The days of euphemismistc sloganeering are done. We will begin to call the war what it is. Tolerance is compliance. Social justice is collectivism. Political correctness is infringement of free speech. And the litany continues. We can rail ineffectively at how insidious they other side is or we can begin to educate ourselves and prepare to ACT. We MUST throw out the false political spectrum paradigms that say that degrees of leftism are actually right wing. We must reject the enemy’s rules of engagement. We MUST go on the offensive or the alternative is unthinkable to lovers of freedom and personal responsibility. Slainte!
2013, is upon us! Although we could preoccupy ourselves with the same kinds of things we focused on in 2012, a mistake new preppers make is to focus on the problem rather than the solution. You bring about what you think about, and what you talk about, because that’s your focus. Let’s talk about, and focus on, what will bring our families success and happiness. At the Homestead Honey Hour, we may reference the problems; however, we try to spend the majority of our time on the solutions, so your time with us is a positive one. Join Katzcradul as she leads a discussion on how we can move into the New Year energized and empowered to tackle whatever comes our way.
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Over the past month on “Preparing to Provide” we’ve discussed the different “types” of seeds…. Open Pollinated, Heirloom, and Hybrid. Now it’s time to find those specific “varieties” that will do well in your area. From Florida to Ontario, from Texas to Oregon…. growing conditions vary greatly from one location to another. So it makes sense that what grows well in one area would not necessarily grow so well somewhere else. If you want to grow onions, do you need a “long day” or “short day” variety? If you’re growing tomatoes, which is more suitable… a long producing indeterminate, or an early producing determinate variety? If you’re farther north and have a short growing season, what can you do to increase your chances of success if you decide to grow heat loving plants like watermelon and okra? Another factor to consider is the specific growing method. Whether you’re planting in long rows, growing in raised beds, or maintaining a container garden on your patio, there are some varieties that will do well in each situation. Tune in to get answers to the above questions, as well as many more. And feel free to call in and share your own personal experiences. The goal here is to provide as much information as possible to help each other to have more productive gardens.