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This Sunday: “The Next Generation”  3/17/19

Was Mary Poppins a Prepper?!


This week we take a critical look on what it means to be a Prepper. In an effort to debunk the stigma and negative connotation that comes along with being a prepper, we’re striving to expose preppers in a new light. This is the first in a new series segment that we’ll be spacing out here and there on The Next Generation Show. In these segments we dissect some of the personality traits of famous people, well-known characters, or people with a prepping mindset.

In the spirit of having fun with prepping, we’ll be taking a look at the fictional character Mary Poppins. Why Mary Poppins? Well, as many new mothers are well aware, having everything on hand when it comes to kids is a mainstay of motherhood. It seems every need is thought out in advance and winds up in that handy purse.

In fact, we’ll be talking about how Mary Poppins’ magical handbag is in a lot of ways a preppers dream. Having everything you need when you need it and for any situation would make life during a disaster much easier. From first aid to extra light to outdoor gear to you name it – she had it dialed in and was always prepared. This Disney classic is one that demonstrates how having what you need exactly when you need it is one of the ways Preppers can be influential, inspiring, and insightful.

Also, don’t miss out on the Pint Sized Prepper Project of the Week where we show you how to create a simple solution to waterproof your clothes, gear and even your shoes!


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Archived shows for The Next Generation:

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3/3/19 Native American Skills!

The Native Americans had some of the best survival skills around – tracking, hunting resourcefulness. All of these stacked up to create a very real picture of long-term outdoor survival at its best!







2/24/29 Cowboy Skills That Ruled the West!

There’s a lot we can learn from living on next to nothing by simply turning back the clock a few years and seeing what some of our western ancestors endured and how they survived.



 




2/17/19 Teaching Kids to Fish: Survival for a Lifetime with Special Guest James Walton

Some forms of survival education start with the simple act of baiting a hook. In this conversation we dig into the bigger picture of what the simple act of fishing truly means to the survival of you and your family for generations to come.






2/10/19 Prepping for Mars! – A Conversation with Alyssa Carson

What does it take to prepare for a mission to Mars? Years of training, skill-building, vision and drive! In this episode, we talk with the United States’ youngest astronaut in training, Alyssa Carson, and her father Bert about their experiences and what it takes to have the right stuff.






2/3/19 Pressure Points Every Prepper Should Know

Pressure points are a great tactical and medical advantage in any grid down scenario. If medications are out or you find yourself up against a larger opponent, you can take advantage of one simple skill that can both harm or heal depending on your intent!






1/27/19 Standing Strong During a Shutdown

The government shutdown is a great opportunity to talk about how job losses can affect everyone – regardless of job security and how to hedge against short-term financial crises.






1/20/19  The Next Generation of Prepping with Ron Foster!
We are joined with prepping master Ron Foster to chat about the importance of passing along survival skills to the next generation. His new book “Old Fart’s Survival Guide” is packed with great survival advice!






1/13/19 The Sharpest Tool in the Shed

We get with custom knife maker, Sean Weirich, to talk about what it takes to make custom knives.







1/6/19 Dry Run – Winter Edition!

It might be cold out, but there’s always time to test out your gear! In this episode we share our experience and the challenges we faced with winter tent camping with typical over-the-counter gear.




12/30/18 Winter Time Water Procurement

Obtaining water in winter can be a challenge with freezing temperatures and the threat of burst pipes. This episode covers some of the ways you can collect water in winter.




12/16/18 Finding Cures for Cabin Fever
Cabin fever is as old dirt. But it can be as serious as a heart attack. This episode focuses on some of the ways you can beat cabin fever if you get stranded or forced to bug in!





12/9/18 Prepping for Family Conflicts
Prepping in blended families can be a challenge, but as parents it is important to be open and honest about prepping and sharing the “why” behind what we do.






12/3/18 K9 EDC and Tactical Gear
Gear is always fun to talk about and collect – but don’t forget your four-legged companions in this aspect of prepping! They can be valuable helpers in times of need.






11/26/18 Tactical Dog Training
Well-trained dogs are a critical part of everyday preparedness skill building with kids. But you can take your training a step further by training with an emphasis on tactical advantage by learning a few skills and tricks!






11/11/18 Four-Legged Veterans Special
This episode is in honor of all veterans, two legged and four. We focus our time on some of the heroes of the K-9 forces around the world who protect us while we sleep.






11/4/18 Man’s Best Friend

We introduce the importance of canines in the home for their ability to act as guardians, protectors, friends, and more. As preppers we need to consider their needs as well as our own.








10/28/18 Reducing Fear by Increasing Security
This episode features Andy from The Secure Dad Podcast as we share some of his top advice on keeping your family safe and how it helps to reduce fear and anxiety year-round.





10/21/18 Water Witch Hunt
This episode is a spooky supernatural sensation! We share some of our experiences with water witching and explain how you can use this life-saving skill!







10/14/18 It’s alive! ALIVE! “Maintenance”
Maintaining your equipment is a critical part of survival. It may seem routine and cumbersome, but knowing how to perform your own work and sharing this skill can be a real life-saver!






10/7/18 Zombies Attack
We dug up an old comic book to showcase the basics of prepping through this handy FEMA guide that piggy backs off of the pop-culture zombie hysteria!




9-30-18 Who you know Connections Kid Communities Part 4

9/23/18 Kid Communities and 4H Part 3

9/16/18 Kids Communities – Part 2: The Pack

9/9/18 Kids Communities

9/2/18 Home Security for Kids

8/26/18 Handling loss and suffering

8/19/18 Skill sets, Entrepreneurs and Shop Class!

8/12/18 Building the Baddest Bug-out Bike

8/5/18 Kids, Technology, and Altered Reality

7/29/18 Responsibility as parents with guns

7/22/18 Being Frugal in Preparedness

7/15/18 Intentional Positioning, Finding Purpose Before Place, Making the Move.

7/8/18 The Ant and the grasshopper… work activities!

7/1/18 Fire in the Sky! Lessons Learned From a Real Life Wildfire Event

6/24/18 Devoting Time to the Dry Run “Practice”

6/17/18 Introduction, Culmination and Cultivation!

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