Dystopia: The long road is here!! It has taken some time to get this book finished but it was worth it.
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Coming soon to Audio book Both Dystopia books
Dystopia: The Dark Days
8 Things That Are Worth More than Anything in a Disaster
If you’re looking to stockpile, you’ve probably taken into account several factors in order to decide what should be on your survival shopping list. By looking at recent events across the globe or even the ones in the US (remember Katrina), it’s easy to notice which items people would have given all their money and possessions for in exchange for hydrating themselves, feeding their children or… Continue reading 8 Things That Are Worth More than Anything in a Disaster
How to build YOUR Ultimate Bug out Bag aka “The BOB”
Most of us are aware of what the BOB or Bug out Bag is and some of us are aware of what we need to put into this bag, but most of us follow any one or combination of lists out there to help us decide on what to put in a bug out bag. Continue reading How to build YOUR ultimate Bug out Bag… Aka “the BOB”
Book Review: FOXFIRE Continue reading Foxfire
I mean really, What are you gonna do??
I’m on facebook and other social media sites like most and all I can see is Paris and Cat videos. On the news I watched as the events in Paris unfolded live, just like they did on 9/11. We all sit mouths agape and in shock at the horrific things we see. Seriously? Are you really that surprised? Continue reading What R ya gonna Do???
Clean water could be Liquid Gold!
This week on Surviving Dystopia radio show I was pleased to welcome Russ Michaud from Homespun Environmental as a guest to talk to us about some of the icky things that can be found in the water you and your family uses and what we can do about them. Whether you’re at home or out on that family outing here’s a cost effective solution to keep the thirst away without the worries of making yourself sick… or worse. Continue reading Clean water could be Liquid Gold!
Saving with Co-ops and buying clubs
Last week on Surviving Dystopia we talked about pinching pennies and ways to save with projects aimed at reducing the costs of some of the things we need. Another way to save money and make those pennies last is to buy in bulk. If in the long run you can reduce the expenses of your household wouldn’t this be something you would choose to do?
Buying items in bulk can be a fantastic way to save a few pennies but we also need to remember these things must be stored. When buying in bulk a few things need some special care, for example; Perishible items. Taking care to establish safe methods of storage for such items is critical, so you can be sure you are saving those extra pennies. Continue reading Saving with Co-ops and buying clubs
Surviving Dystopia, What the heck does that mean?
In it’s most basic sense? “The art of Getting By”
In 1516 Sir Thomas Moore coined the word Utopia… In his book of the same name, he is describing a society possessing near perfect qualities…. Dystopia is described as the opposite of that, often characterized by dehumanization, totalitarian governments, disasters or some other cataclysmic decline in society.
George Orwell’s Dystopian novel 1984 was a classic example of such a society. Continue reading Surviving Dystopia, What the heck does that mean?
Lessons of generations past!
DJ Cooper “Surviving Dystopia”
This week we take a journey into the past, an exploration of how things were done in “The Old Days.” For some of us, when we consider things the way they were. Sometimes it is with nostalgia or with a whimsical smile it brings warm fuzzy thoughts. For others of us it may make us cringe at the thought of chopping wood or hanging the laundry outside on a cold winter’s day. No matter the feelings we get when thoughts of these days are running through our mind. There is much to be said for “the way we used to do it.” Continue reading Lessons of Generations Past on Prepper Broadcasting
The self sufficient home.
DJ Cooper “Surviving Dystopia”
What exactly is it to be self sufficient? Personally I think there are many “degrees” of self sufficiency. While to one person it might simply mean that they do not need assistance to live. They can do it all by themselves, not needing to rely on outside assistance. Whereas to another it could be a completely off grid existence. Continue reading The Self Sufficient home on Prepper Broadcasting Network