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Prepping

Preppers Blueprint Book Review

By far the most complete Preparedness book I have read. This book has everything, but the kitchen sink, in it. The Prepper's Blueprint Layers of Protection Layer 1~Chapters 1-14 Prepare yourself for everyday disasters. Power outages, storms, that sort of thing. Layer 2~ Chapters 15-31 Medium effect disasters like pandemics or economic collapse Layer 3~ Chapters 32-56 Change your lifestyle and be ready for anything. Need to know what to put in a 72 hour…
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Prepping

Sharecropping the Apocalypse (Review)

Ron Foster does it again. Entertaining you, as well as educating you. I find myself taking notes as I read his books and Sharecropping the Apocalypse was no different. After a cyber attack and wide spread sabotage by terrorists took out the United States electrical grid one group of survivors found themselves far worse off than the rest of the populace. Was his best writing? No. Being self published it had a few grammatical errors…
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Reviews

The Long Road {Book Review}

Book 2 in a 4 book series, The Long Road picks up after The End. Again, I couldn't put this one down and was a fairly quick read. One afternoon. If you aren't already a prepper (you read my blog and don't have at least water and TP stored?) you will wish you were. This book is one of those that will make you think and wonder "Will it really be that way?" Some characters…
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Reviews

The End {Book Review}

If you are looking for a last minute Christmas gift then this is it! I don't say this lightly when it comes to books. I read a lot and in the last 2 years have found I enjoy this Post Apocalyptic genre. While there a a few swear words, what book in this genre doesn't have them and I have learned to get past it. (I share this not to judge, but so you know)…
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The Tuttle Twins - a child's foundation of freedom

Reviews

Urban Emergency Survival Plan

Urban Emergency Survival Plan: Readiness Strategies for the City & Suburbs Paperback and Kindle Pages: 176 Published: October 15, 2014 About the Book: Stay Safe in the City We don't currently live in the city, but we did grow up there and we visit the Seattle area often. Jim's book covers The people around you are the first risk you may face. ~In Portland recently I have to confess I was not aware of my…
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Reviews

Luci Inflatable Solar Lantern {Review}

Here is a come-as-you-are review. Yes, Monkey Cupcake is making an appearance. After we recorded this I showed the lantern to The Principal and he loved it! Wants to buy one for each BOB (bug out bag) So, obviously I have a female point of view. Not a bad point of view, just not the same as a male thought process. You can grab your own if The Principal hasn't bought them all: Click Here…
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Homeschooling

Standard Deviants Curriculum {Review}

**CLICK ON THE PICTURE FOR THE FREE TRIAL** Are you looking for an online curriculum for your Middle or High school aged child? Do you want online without the red tape and public school commitment? Are you wanting something that keeps track of assignments for you? Standard Deviants may be just what you are looking for! I will say, up front, SDAccelerate is a secular, common core curriculum. I know many of my readers are…
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Reviews

100 Days of Real Food Cookbook {Review}

Are you like me and struggle to feed your family healthy, wholesome food? Do you try to stay away from the middle of the grocery store aisles and all of the processed food? While doing so, you then have to cook from scratch a lot of the time and end up not knowing what to cook. Enter 100 Days of Real Food Cookbook! I have read Lisa's site for a long time. Her information was…
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Food Storage

Zaycon Chicken Thigh Review

I recently got the chance to review Zaycon's chicken thighs. I am not a dark meat eater, but The Principal is. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised! These chicken thighs were super juicy and tender. We have grilled them a few times and they turn out amazing! Super tender and juicy. We chose to freeze them, instead of canning, which I have written about here. There was a fair amount of trimming that…
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Homeschooling

World War I for Kids Review

This style of book is what makes history interesting for kids. There are activities throughout the book bringing this era in history to life. Make a periscope Teach a dog to carry messages Make a parachute Learn a popular World War I song Cook Maconochie Stew Why and how did the war come about? What was daily life like for soldiers in the trenches? What roles did zeppelins, barbed wire, and the passenger ship Lusitania…
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