As the title might indicate, this post is about not only the book but also the blog. The word Dystopia means in its most basic translation, anything that causes a less than ideal situation. I had to move recently and therefore my internet access has been spotty at best, this would be a Dystopian situation for this blog itself. But delving further into this there are many things lately that are cause for this post, but more than that I hope to bring a lot more information to you over the coming weeks and months.
Many of us are feeling like some kind of cloud is hanging over the world these days, there is much that is taking place at home and abroad that had been giving many feelings of dread. Well my friends, I fear many things have been coming to pass that are indeed indicators of a world spiraling into some kind of troubles. Continue reading Blog Tour – Dystopia: Beginning of the End
“To hear the phrase…”our only hope” always makes one anxious because it means that if the only hope doesn’t work, there is nothing left” –Lemony Snicket, The Blank Book
Dealing with anxiety on a daily basis is tough enough without adding into the mix some kind of SHTF scenario. Where now, not only are you worried about feeding your family and taking care of daily issues, there is now the unknown factor to consider. Continue reading Anxiety, it creeps in when you least expect it
Awakened from their slumber your family hears sirens. As little Suzie emerges from her room carrying her Blankie, crying for her mommy, a loud siren races by. Continue reading The New Prepper Overload
Something to think about while prepping is your pets. Ok, so you have remembered that dear Fido or Fluffy needs food too, BUT….
You have decided you’re going to shelter in place and you have stored up food for your fuzzy family members and think you have considered them in your plans. But, what if your location becomes compromised and you find yourself bugging out. Have you considered a Bug Out Bag for them?? Continue reading Remembering your pets
There is much chatter about “get out of the cities” and “Buy Rural Land”. I’m a huge advocate of these philosophies and am working on building mine even now.
So… now you’ve decided it is for you and you sit scratching your head wondering “where do I start?” Continue reading Homesteading: Finding the right land