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Most of us may be in the middle of the summer season, but the Preparedness Lifestyle doesn’t ever take a vacation! Even in the heat and harvest time we have things that can be done that help us and our communities better prepare for events, changes and circumstances that may seem beyond our control.
Even if they are out of our control, we can control how we prepare and train ourselves to meet those changes head-on and with hope. From history to current day – we know that preparedness is a wide-reaching topic. So in this issue of PREPARE Magazine we’ve included an eclectic range of articles that reach into many different areas of life.
Laying the foundation for your well-being in a less than ‘normal’ situation begins with knowing the “Survival’s Base 5”. Or maybe you daydream and aspire to live off the grid? That’s great! However, there are many “Misconceptions of an Off-Grid Life” that you may want to be aware of as you ponder the possibility. Primitive skills and tools can surprisingly still be a part of our life today. The article “From Settlers to Special Forces- Over 400 Years with the Tomahawk” helps give a historical view of this versatile tool and it’s modern-day applications.
With the sun being at its strongest this time of year, now is a good time to learn how to use it by having some “Summer Fun with Solar Firecraft”. But at times the summer heat may be a good reason to seek indoor shelter. You may want to pick up a good book that can help you brush up on your skills. Even “Using Disaster Fiction as a Learning Tool” is a good way to sharpen the mind and your awareness skills.
The word: ‘Unconventional’ is the best word to describe the articles that focus on food in this issue. Did you know you can refrigerate without electricity or any other power source? Learn “How to Build a Wind Refrigerator” enjoy the off grid freedom for your colder foods. And given the shortage of eggs produced in America now and the price increase, even those who are not on a Vegan Diet will find the article about “Aquafaba – An Amazing Egg Substitute” to be of surprising importance.
Working together with family or friends means you may need to be called upon to either care for another or be cared for yourself in an emergency. Learning “How to Make a Frugal & Effective Evacuation/Cargo Cart” could help save your life or the lives of loved ones. Caring for our neighbor seems to have become last on the list of the moral compass in many realms of modern life. Prepping is not excluded from the tendency to ‘look out for number one’, but we must remember the importance of it, even if we feel alone, as reminded in the “Devotion: A Faithful Friend.”
From Pioneers to Patriots – the spirit of Self-sufficiency marches on throughout the USA and the World. As you read this issue of PREPARE Magazine, we hope that you will encourage others to pick up the banner of prepared living so they too can enjoy the Freedom that being ready, no matter what may change, can bring.
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