Americans are experiencing limited options, not shortages. The sooner you adapt to limitations, the better off you will be when true shortages occur. Here's how to handle the differences in the supply chain.
If you get in on a cult with strong, centralized leadership, you don't have to be responsible for anything ever again. Consider all of the philosophical dilemmas you currently fret over that you won't ever have to think about again
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We were told that 2021 would be the year when everything starts to get back to normal. But that hasn't exactly been the case, has it? It has been just over a month, and there is still chaos everywhere.
Surviving a week-long power outage requires a great deal of preparation. You use electricity for a lot of things, so it only makes sense that you pay more attention to how you'll manage your home in the event of a power outage.
Christian Westbrook of the Ice Age Farmer broadcast speaks at The Greater Reset Activation ( http://theGreaterReset.org ) on the transition to an emergent, regenerative, decentralized food system to feed and empower our families and communities into
...Food, and Other Essentials. We're watching as a totaled American economy meets a global supply collapse. Expect shortages and higher prices on clothing, food, appliances, electronics, and other essentials.
Just as big tech is cutting our comms, big food is cutting our supply lines: siege warfare. We are witnessing a first battle in a much larger, protracted war on humanity -- and as with any war, ensuring our own food supply is an absolute priority.
2021 isn't going to magically be better, but that doesn't mean you can't keep prepping! You just need to be more strategic and prepare in different ways. Here are some realistic New Year's resolutions for preppers.
There's been a mass exodus from cities to rural locations this year and as winter sets in, a lot of former city dwellers may be in for some surprises. Here's what I learned when I moved to the Algonquin Forest for a year, straight from the city.
Luck? Chance? That is one factor of survival. But, there is something more. Something that is beyond our limited comprehension, let alone our control. Look at the common thread in these unimaginable survival stories.