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Tag Archives: education
Over the years as a prepper, I’ve noticed the huge increase in INFORMATION. It’s everywhere. Blogs, forums, websites, products, books upon books, and even scams. Preppers have never had more INFORMATION, and yet, preppers have also never had a more confusing maze to wander through.
Freeze dried food? Dehydrated? Is canned food okay, but what if the ‘Best by’ date has expired? What about nutrients, calories, and servings?
Which water filter? There are so many and comparing microns and the number of gallons a filter can process — which one is best?
Then there’s the rule of back-ups. You should always have a back-up to your back-ups, but where does that end?…Read More...
This is going to be a little different post I need advice. I have many grandchildren and in the event of an emergency, they will still need to be educated. Now I have a good library, but no idea of how to educate children in a well-balanced manner. What I am asking for is help. Do any of you have an educational plan and a good source of good textbooks? I am talking about better than a high school education.
The school around here would be no help; they are way to politically correct. Whatever information I receive, I am willing to share with others.…Read More...