Wranglestar One of the advantages of the self-reliance lifestyle is taking advantage of the free stuff that is just laying around. It helps your thinking process to see something and just go ah ha! And at this time of year one of those free resources is the wild fruit that is ripening on the … Continue reading It’s Cider. Not cidre…
7.Green energy is for independence. Its not for saving polar bears. Generate and store some of your own energy. Everything we do at home requires energy in the form of electricity (except if you cook and heat with gas)if there’s a power cut you still have power to run basic items such as lights tv/internet. … Continue reading Modern preparedness philosophy part 7
Hi guys here's the third video in the weekly series I'm sharing with you. This week we go a bit more in depth with the third ethic. The one thing that has really annoyed me about permaculture today is it has started to become very politicized. Back in the mid ninety's when I first started to learn about this design … Continue reading The third permaculture video.
Toil and trouble. I do love to brew booze. It’s a bit weird to explain as I’m tea total. I just like the process I guess. And it helps keep my friends happy. There’s nothing better than popping open a fresh one knowing you’ve made it yourself. You know what’s in it, and there’s a … Continue reading Hubble bubble….
6. Understand disaster probability and commonality. Disasters are an Inverse square in how they play out. The more likely a disaster is to happen the least amount of people it effects. If a large enough Asteroid where to hit earth everyone is dead, but it happens very rarely. So rarely in fact that it has … Continue reading Modern preparedness philosophy part 6
Today I'm sharing the second video in this weekly series I'm sharing with you. This week we are introducing the principles and ethics. Stick with it, there's some more practical stuff coming once we get this stuff out of the way. But this is still important for you to get to grips with as the … Continue reading The second Permaculture video
5. Stored food is an investment. Food will only ever go up. The interest rate has just risen again. And that effects food prices. By buying now we use at yesterday’s prices. There is no magic bullet to do this, there needs to be a planned structure to building up a pantry. From store what … Continue reading Modern preparedness philosophy part 5
Introducing the first video in a weekly series about a concept called permaculture I'll be sharing with you. This is just an introduction so it's only a few minutes long but it gives you a good sense of what this guy is about and the concept of permaculture, its foundation and its ability to provide a framework for problem … Continue reading Why I’m so into permaculture
4.Tax is theft. Pay only what you must. Taxation is theft. It is the seizure of private property using force with the threat of violence by the power of the state. It is no understatement to say that governments no longer reflect the best interest or act for the benefit of the people they are … Continue reading Modern preparedness philosophy part 4
3.Grow and/or produce some of your own food. Man’s natural state is in nature, reconnect with a garden. Growing some of your own food reconnects us and develops a connection with our family as we spend time together gardening. It helps us to rediscover the joy of cooking another basic skill we are losing … Continue reading Modern preparedness philosophy part 3