Surviving in a Collapsed Society

In this uncertain time in our country, we, as Americans are feeling unsettled, thinking about the economy, politics, and even the environment. I'm hoping with the series I will be writing, I can help you learn how to survive.

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Posted in Sustainability By EMarie

The U.S Economy and The Petrodollar

This week an article was brought to my attention and I felt compelled to share my thoughts. The four-part article, Preparing for the Collapse of the Petrodollar System, by Jerry Robinson, gave me an insight into the "real" workings of the U.S. economy and the consequences if the petrodollar collapsed.
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Posted By EMarie

Learning to Prep

8/25/2016 9:15 AM

Learning to Prep!

Ten weeks ago I enrolled in the Summer Prepping Intensive Program put on by Preppers University.  The program, facilitated by Lisa Bedford, The Survival Mom, and Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper was exactly what they purported.  Intensive!
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Posted By EMarie

A Generation That Appreciated Everything

My fondest childhood memories are from visiting my grandparent’s farm near Waco, Texas.  They came from a generation that appreciated everything they had.  Their farmhouse had three pipes coming inside from the pump, no working toilet, and no water heater.  The faithful outhouse was the only “facilities” they had for years.  My uncle eventually bought a “camp toilet” for us kids to use at night so we wouldn’t have to go outside with the critters.

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Posted in Sustainability By EMarie

Migraines During Disasters

6/5/2016 2:42 PM

Migraines During Disasters:  Daith Piercings Or Drugs?

One of the many things you need when preparing for a disaster is your prescription meds.  Whether maintenance medications or emergency medications, you need to have them on hand in order function or survive for days, weeks, or in the event of something more, years.

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Posted in Health By EMarie

Is America Becoming Venezuela?

5/22/2016 3:53 PM

Is America Becoming Venezuela?


From the early 1950s until the early 1980s, Venezuela experienced a robust economy and attracted many immigrants. President Carlos Andres Perez presided over the highest standard of living of any country in Latin America until the oil bust in the 1980s.  At that time, the economy began to contract, and inflation spiked to 84%. In 1996, it grew to 99%. In 1998, at a time of Venezuelan discontent, Hugo Chavez was elected as the 64th president of Venezuela. Before becoming president, Chavez spent two years prison for trying to overthrow Perez.  There he learned political power was more effective than military might and formed a new political party,

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Hurricane Survival Tips

5/4/2016 2:20 PM

How to Survive a Hurricane:  Be Ready

There is a way to survive a hurricane. BE PREPARED!

Preparedness involves having the necessary supplies and tools on-hand to last for the duration of the emergency and recovery.  When preparing for a disaster, there are several things to research, consider, and take action on:

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Posted By EMarie


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Getting Prepared

4/19/2016 11:07 AM

Planning Ahead!


When this kind of disaster strikes and you don’t have a contingency plan in place, you’re left floundering or at the mercy of FEMA or The Red Cross.

I’m spending lots of time watching the terrible flooding in the Houston area, and my heart is breaking for all who are being affected by this disaster.

Although I’m extremely impressed by the response of the Harris County Emergency Management Office and the first responders assisting people stranded in the County, I prefer to be dependent on myself.
Soon I’ll be posting a free contingency plan template on my blog that I hope will help those of you not prepared for a disaster. I’ll notify you when I post it, and I beg you please, please, please begin putting your plan into action.
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Welcome Blog

4/18/2016 1:56 PM


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