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Road Travel Preparedness

Road Travel Preparedness

Taking a road trip and commuting daily are only two of the reasons why you might want to rethink your preparations in your vehicle.  For many Americans, a large portion of their day is spent travelling to the various tasks ...

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Will Your Faith Survive?

Will Your Faith Survive?

Western man is unprepared for genuine suffering.   Our expectations run high.  Everywhere you look, you’re encouraged to long for and expect a better car, a better waistline, or a better-looking spouse.  And what’s more, you’re told that you have a ...

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The Psychology of Preparedness, Part 2: Cultivating the Mindset of a Prepared Citizen

The Psychology of Preparedness, Part 2: Cultivating the Mindset of a Prepared Citizen

When attempting to prepare for the most comprehensive plan, the psychology of being prepared is about being open minded and understanding risk.

Knowing what situational awareness is and how to use it to assess changing risks is also important as you implement an action plan based on the thoughts (psychology) of the situation. The basis for the psychology of preparedness also includes knowing where you stand in addition to which risks you face.

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Making Coffee When the Power is Gone

Making Coffee When the Power is Gone

Coffee has been a staple for years, a part of the quintessential American experience from tales of cowboys around the fire, to busy executives trying to hammer out that new great idea. Making coffee without an electric coffee maker, however, ...

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A Living From the Land

A Living From the Land

Reviewed by Sondra Wollbrinck www.mom7x.blogspot.com I’ve been reading some older books, published before 1940, among them William Duryee’s A Living From the Land, published in 1934. It seems as if he was seeing through a looking glass and watching events ...

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Packing Up the Kids

Packing Up the Kids

We have all thought about packing up for a grab and run scenario. We get the duffel bag, the important papers, a case of bottled water and throw it all in the car. Then we load up the kids. Oh ...

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The Psychology of a Survivalist

The Psychology of a Survivalist

What makes a person a survivalist? What mental attributes and worldview does a survivalist have that allows him or her to continue striving over and above others that may be more intelligent, have more book sense, or be better equipped ...

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How Ready is Your Neighborhood?

How Ready is Your Neighborhood?

During the week or so after Hurricane Katrina slammed into Louisiana and Mississippi, the world watched in shock as over half of New Orleans was covered in water and nearly two thousand people lost their lives. While politicians bickered and ...

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