One question I read on preparedness and self-reliance websites is: “How can I build up supplies when I am living paycheck to paycheck?” It is is not surprising, according to a June 20, 2017 article on CNBC, “57 million have no emergency fund.” As you read this, ask yourself “Do I have $1000 cash in […]
People prepare for many reasons, be it a zombie apocalypse, EMP, nuclear war just to name a few. Personally I think the most common forms are disaster are weather related, such as floods, hurricanes and such and financially related, such as a full blown economic collapse to a personal financial crisis. This is why I […]
preparing for the things that are more likely to happen to you such as a job loss, a long illness or broken bone. Other things to prepare for is a divorce, death of a loved one including a pet. It is the day-to-day things that we need to prepare for first before preparing for the large events such as a EMP, global economic collapse or some other national or global event.
There is a lot of talk about the possibilities of a financial collapse. There are a lot of indicators that a financial collapse is possible. In my humble opinion, I believe a financial collapse is probable, but this blog isn’t about the indicators of what leads me to that opinion. No, today I want to […]
Preparing for the worst is many times focused on the obvious such as hurricanes, floods, fires and other natural disasters. You may also be prepping for family related emergencies such as job loss, extended illness, and the like. Have you considered the impact of a cyber attack type disaster? Sure your first thought may be, […]
Self-Reliance is more than just stocking up on stuff. It is about living life as smart as possible. So many women are smart about planning their day, grocery list, doctor appointments and the like. It amazes me how many self-proclaimed self-sufficient women are financially drowning. You can’t successfully prepare to survive if your financial house […]