Coping with Food Shortages During a Pandemic

The current food shortages in the US are not due to a broken supply chain or production issues. The empty store shelves are a result of people panic buying more than they need and hoarding supplies. Some folks are buying in bulk so that they can price…

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Overcoming Boredom When You are In Home-Isolation

The author, Leo Tolstoy, once said, “Boredom is the desire for desires.” Never has that quote held truer than now when so many countries are going into lockdown and governments are telling people to self-isolate to curb the spread of COVID-19. There’s no denying that self-isolation is…

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Discover Why Merely Reacting to Threats May Get You Killed

The title of this article may seem confusing. Why would anyone get killed reacting to a threat? Isn’t that what you’re supposed to do? No, it’s not. They keyword is ‘merely’… merely reacting is what most people do. Reacting without preparation can and probably will get you…

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Families Confronting and Surviving Danger

There are many instances where families face danger as a group. There are thousands and thousands of home invasions where two or more criminals have broken into a house and by grabbing the kid and threatening their life, they’ve managed to get both the parents under their…

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8 Food Storage Tips for Preppers

One of the first thoughts that crosses most people’s minds during times of crisis is food. They wonder if they have enough food at home to last through the crisis and, in most cases they don’t, because prepping for emergencies is not the norm. So, they start…

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