Don't forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest so you won't miss any of our latest articles on emergency preparedness and survival! If you’re like most preppers, your day-to-day life is probably very similar to that of a non-prepper’s. You have electricity, running water, and a vehicle that you drive to work. You probably even spend a good portion of your spare time watching TV or browsing the Internet. The only difference is that you spend some of your time gathering emergency supplies and practicing survival skills. " + "" + "
So we’ve been a little MIA recently on this blog. You may or may not have been able to tell, but from this end of things, it’s felt like we’ve been half in half out for weeks. See, a relative of ours was diagnosed with cancer. Don’t worry – 1) It’s been long enough for us to have learned that the cancer hasn’t spread and, 2) The individual has already had surgery and it appears as though it’s fully gone (still waiting for confirmation). So yes, everything is okay, but that’s not what this article was intended to be about anyhow. What this article is about: how Thomas and my ideas about how to prep for situations like this in our own lives have bounced from here and there and everywhere to a point where we’re now really happy about our decisions. This article is about how we’ve decided to prepare for situations like this in our own future. Okay so let’s get into it. You Have Public Healthcare: Why Go Private At All? Thomas and I currently live in the United Kingdom. I lived in Canad..
You are here: HomeFrugality20 Signs You Might Be A Cheapskate 20 Signs You Might Be A Cheapskate 13 comments August 18, 2017 Featured Posts Frugality Do you enjoy saving a buck more than most people? Do you have a black belt in frugality? Around here, most of us consider “cheapskate” to be a positive word! Here are 20 surefire signs that you are embracing your cheap side. How many things on this list apply to you? You take it as a personal challenge to see how long you can go without spending money. The game is even better if you have a spouse or friend with whom you can compete. You don’t let food go to waste. You have an ice cream tub in your freezer nearly full of odd bits of leftovers, awaiting their reincarnation into “leftover casserole” or “leftover soup”. It’s physically impossible for you to drive past an interesting-looking garbage pile at the curb during somebody else’s spring cleaning frenzy, much to the disma..
You are here: HomeCurrent Events“Refuse Fascism” Communists Meet to Plan November Sedition, Riots to End Trump-Pence “Regime” “Refuse Fascism” Communists Meet to Plan November Sedition, Riots to End Trump-Pence “Regime” 27 comments August 19, 2017 Current Events Featured Posts Sometimes, you don’t need a crystal ball to see the future. Sometimes, the future says, “Hey, I’m planning for all hell to break loose on this date.” And then you know. The future is telling us right now that on November 4th, there will be sedition and riots across the country to end the Trump-Pence “regime.” Today, groups of people with communist leanings who intend to overthrow the United States government will be meeting in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Austin for “regional conferences,” which makes it sound like they’re a bunch of dentists of something. But they’re not. The group, called Refuse Fascism, plans to use any mean..
July 21, 2017 The Palomar knot is probably the easiest fishing knot. The Palomar knot is one of the best fishing knots for lures, hooks or swivels. In this video you will see ademonstration how to tie the Palomar knot on braid and mono-filament and discussion the pros and cons of the Palomar knot.Great video made by Catfish and Carp. EASIEST fishing knot! How to tie palomar knot – Fishing knots for lure, hooks, swivels All rights goes to the author of the video. This is a shared YouTube link. Source Related
July 24, 2017 How to make a bowfishing reel with clothes hangers! Video made by Monster Mike Fishing. DIY Homemade Clothes Hanger BOWFISHING REEL! All rights goes to the author of the video. This is a shared YouTube link. Source Related