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Food Crisis to last Three Years

A U.S. official predicts the current food crisis will be a "multiyear" problem.
Storage foods, livestock and gardening

Prepare to Live in a Hybrid World – Part Two

Steps to take to prepare for the slow slide as our country sinks into third world of blackouts, food shortages, and a collapsing currency.
modern conveniences

Prepare to Live in a Hybrid World – Part One

We need to prep not just for world-ending disasters but for frequent interruptions to what have been reliable aspects of our daily life.
Bottled water as far as the eye can see.

What will you Drink at the End of the World?

Water is critical to survival. After the SHTF, where will you get your water, how will your transport it and what are your plans for purification?
Many restaurants remain closed or must serve only on ourdoor patios. Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash

Americans Cut Back on Travel and Restaurants

As inflation takes a bite out of paychecks, Americans are spending less on services that aren't essentials, such as dining out and getting haircuts.
A kayaker in rough water

Are you Ready for 2023? Getting Mentally Prepared

Buying gear is easy. Preparing mentally for the end of the world is another story. You need to have mental toughness, perseverance, and resiliency.
plastic bottle filled with amber honey

Our Early Honey Harvest is in the Bottle

Its early in the second year of raising bees and the hives have already produced more honey than they did last year.
an artists rendering of buildings after being hit by a nuclear blast wave

The Deteriorating Nuclear Order

Washington, Moscow, Beijing, Paris and London have given no indication they want to enter new talks aimed at stabilizing the global nuclear order.
bad news

Keep Prepping in the Face of Bad News

Do not to let the news distract you or get you down. Concentrate on keeping your family safe, housed, clothed, shod, and fed. In other words, prep.
a tanker truck

Trucking During Inflation and High Diesel Prices

If the high cost of diesel is keeping trucks off the road, I could not tell on a recent road trip. Truck traffic remains high.