In this short video, I review my on-person Everyday Carry (EDC). I’ve given a lot of thought and attention to my EDC (Every day carry), both on-person and my EDC kits. I feel I’m pretty much dialed in for my needs right now. I will continue to upgrade and adjust as needed.(more…)
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In this article, I want to talk about dogs for home protection and tell you about a recent reaction from my dog, Porter.(more…)
Our second installment of a video interview With Mic Roland, author of several books, including Escape From The City and a five-book series (so far) titled The Siege of New Hampshire.
In this author interview with Mic Roland, a prepper fiction writer who shares his unique experiences and perspective on writing — from hunting with something other than a gun to dealing with power outages. Mic’s experiences have enriched his writing and authenticity.
Last Saturday afternoon, I sat down in a Zoom meeting for an author interview with Mic Roland, and we talked about the books he has written as a prepper. We talked about his writing process and many of the key methods he uses in creating and recording on Audible that inspire and motivate his readers and listeners.
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In this article, Reallocating Funds For Prepping, I will touch on an essential (And tedious) aspect of prepping – our finances and tightening our budget so we have more for preparedness.
I won’t get into the political and corporate tyranny that has us on this path. I have a personal blog for topics like that.
I’m not going to give you 101 ways to save money. The internet is full of great resources like that. Using dollar stores, stretching a bag of flour, buying generic brands, eating at home, shopping in discount grocery stores, etc. I’ve been cutting my own hair for years, but that’s not what I want for this article.
This article is more like a personal message with examples to help get your ideas flowing—typical Brian oversharing.
I will focus on saving more and spending less as a prepper. Almost everything the average Jane or Joe can do to clean up their finances works for preppers. The one glaring difference is what we consider essential. Our priorities are a little different when it comes to certain expenses.(more…)
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A couple of days ago, we got to test our emergency preps firsthand (again) during Michigan’s February ice storm. In this short article, I want to cover a few things we did right and what we need to improve.(more…)