A disaster or an emergency can take place in many forms. Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, civil unrest are just a few examples of things that have disrupted our…… Read more “Communication During a Disaster or Emergency”
Knife skills is something that should be taught to every child. It does not matter if you are not an outdoors person.
2019 is almost halfway over. Time has come to assess how we are all doing on our goals. Halfway through the year is the perfect time to…… Read more “2019 Mid Year Reading Challenge Assessment.”
What we carry with us when we leave our homes can quickly turn into everything we own. Disasters happen at the worst times possible. Here are some…… Read more “Random Everyday Carry Items that can help you.”
Author’s Note: This is an article from my archives. I have brought it over to here because I feel that it is highly relevant to the modern…… Read more “Top Four Tips for Families with Diabetes.”
Here is a new primer for an ongoing subject that I am going to be talking about. Check this out and stay tuned for the rest of the series.
Everyday carry is a very personalized decision for anyone. Every person has to make decisions based on what you need daily and how many items you would…… Read more “My Personal April 2019 Everyday Carry.”
In the modern world of heat at the touch of a button and stoves that cook our food for us, we often take fire for granted. Fire,…… Read more “Survival Series Part Three: Fire Basics.”
2019 reading challenge book review! Don’t miss the review of this content generation manual.
Here are options and tips for creating and fine tuning your every day carry system.