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SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS

Southern Prepping: 10 Secrets For Your Fearless Survival

Southern Prepping Takes Preparedness Seriously For every event that causes food shortages, southern prepping is actively working a plan to deal with it because the people prepared will survive. When a crisis strikes, it is too late to start planning and stockpiling food and water, etc. Remember, it wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark! Southern Prepping Is A Reputation All hell can break loose, but southerners traditionally have jars of venison, jams and jellies stashed under the bed. And, there is plenty of canned flour and yeast on hand to bake “wonderful bread.” The common natural disasters they prepare for are fire, flood, tornado, and hurricane—that happen infrequently. However, it is the common everyday disasters that most people overlook such as job loss, prolonged illness, financial emergency, and temporary loss of income … Man made problems like civil unrest, terrorism, nuclear power plant explosion, chemical spills and volcanic eruptions also…

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SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS

Seltzer Water Is For Prepper Food Pantry And Survival

Hoard Bottled Seltzer Water For Your Emergency Preparedness Seltzer water is just another fresh water source for your prepper food pantry, but it is not talked about in emergency preparedness circles. Bottled carbonated water is a prepper’s best friend for long term food storage and survival. Food grade plastic bottles protect the water although it may go flat naturally after a period of time. Nevertheless, bottled seltzer water lasts indefinitely, and reportedly helps relieve constipation. Plain carbonated water is often consumed as an alternative to bottled water and soft drinks. Avoid Seltzer Water If You Have Acid Reflux Although carbonated water can be hard on some people’s digestive system, I have found a way around this problem for my acid reflux. Unscrew caps on a few bottles of seltzer to let the carbonation go flat (it takes a few days), and refrigerate as soon as possible. Basically, when the bottle…

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PERSONAL FINANCE, SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS

How To Build Your Rural Money Survival Emergency Fund Before SHTF

Start Building A Rural Money Emergency Fund As Fast As Possible! If you don’t get in a hurry to build your rural money survival emergency fund, it may soon be very difficult or too late for your financial preparedness. Finding money during an emergency can be very difficult if you fail to plan, so start to build your rural survival emergency fund ASAP. Don’t wait until you lose your job, experience a debilitating illness or a major expense. Trust me, I know all too well about the dire consequences of all three, but there is hope. The solution is to establish emergency savings in both good times and bad. The chance is very good that you will be called upon to put out a sum of money on the spot, and when you least expect it. It is a very good rule of thumb to sock away three to six…

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SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS

SHTF Disaster And Emergency Preparedness For The Unexpected, Part I

Practical Tips To Be Prepared For A SHTF Disaster When all hell breaks loose in the economy again, don’t say that RuralMoney.com didn’t warn you to be prepared in a SHTF disaster, and get involved in the “movement” of rural survival, disaster and emergency preparedness. 1. Create An Emergency Communications Plan. Choose an out-of-town contact your family or household can call or email to check on each other should a disaster occur. Your selected contact should live far enough away that they would be unlikely to be directly affected by the same disaster. And, they should know they are the chosen contact. Make certain every household member has that contact’s and each other’s email addresses and telephone numbers (home, work, cell, Twitter and Skype). Leave these contact numbers at your children’s schools, if you have children, and at your workplace. Your family must know that if telephones are not working,…

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SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS

Economic Survival Is The New Rural Good Life Not Shopping

Retail vs Your Economic Survival Economic survival is learning to thrive on less money than you have ever dreamed possible, although some people think this mean buying things cheaply. Tonza’s Editorial – Even though I, too, love bargains, compulsive shopping and spending is not my goal. In fact, our culture’s relentless effort to obtain as much as we can, as cheaply as we can, has cheapened our lives. And, our essential economic survival skills have been forgotten or lost in the process. As a result of this, Walmart is the largest and most profitable business in the world. Retail Is A Zero Sum Game For Economic Survival Walmart and similar companies sell a lot of stuff at low prices. But, the economic survival of rural Americans isn’t about getting a lot of stuff at low prices. It is about: Consuming less more intelligently Making a critical distinction between wants and…

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SURVIVAL PREPAREDNESS

Water Survival: How To Find It In End Days | RuralMoney.com

LifeStraw Personal Water Filter for Hiking, Camping, Travel, and Emergency Preparedness You Have To Know How To Find Water, And Fast Directly associated with food survival is water water survival; and the two are essential to life, but there are skills to learn to survive a water crisis. Many people have died because they didn’t know how nor where to look for water in apparently dry and arid regions.  How To Find Water To Survive A Water Crisis?   One has to know how to find water in a crisis, and fast, if you are to survive. People can go up to 60 days without solid food. You will be tormented by hunger, but you can’t survive without water. Many different forms of life are certain indicators of water in your vicinity. Bees must have water. Pigeons and all grain eaters must have water, but the flesh eaters such as the crow,…

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MAKE MONEY ONLINE

How Beginners Can Make Money With A Small Blog And Traffic

My Restricted Blueprint And Tools To Help You Jump Start A Successful Blog Right Now | Premium Content I am constantly asked about how a beginner can make money with a small blog and traffic so I am revealing my strategies to teach you how with no experience. After many inquiries, I am showing you all of my rural money blogging strategies I used to start a blog and make money online. This guide contains everything you need to do to get started building an online business with an affiliate marketing website/blog. Although I use different tools and platforms for various functions, they are all important resources that I have used to build my successful blog. Mind you, I am not wealthy and I don’t pretend that you will be either by using these resources, but you could!  Blogging could allow you the freedom to stay at home, work from home and make money online by…

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RURAL MONEY HOMESTEAD

2016 Is A Very Good Rural Money Year

Make Your Homestead’s Rural Money Year A Bowl Of Cherries I barely survived in 2015, but 2016 is a very good rural money year for my homestead and the proof for how I did it is below. My homestead profits for January, February, March and April income streams include: Amazon/Createspace/Kindle; ClickBank eBooks/Web App Subscription); Google Adsense/YouTube; Lulu; Personal Assistance.   January 2016: $2,140.86 February 2016: $2,618.55 March 2016: $2,526.62 April 2016: $3,867.27 Total Homestead Income (as of May 6, 2016):  $11,153.30 Just Surviving On My Homestead Is Not Good Enough At the end of 2015, I positioned myself to change my online financial destiny, which is why I believe that 2016 is a very good year! In total, as of May 6, 2016, I have earned $11,153.30. Rural Money’s entry into the major Internet marketing arena underscores what other long-betting digital marketers have expected. Since the eBook explosion, digital marketing has proven…

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MAKE MONEY ONLINE

Survive Food Crisis:  A Profitable Online Money Niche Site

Help Masses Prepare To Survive A Food Crisis A survive food crisis affiliate website can make money on demand due to world food prices increasing, creating a global crisis and causing social unrest. What could happen in the United States if there is a nationwide food shortage? In the face of escalating high prices, a food shortage is inevitable, which will result in riots. Rising domestic food prices has been a problem since 2007, but the government has swept it under the rug. Yet, the media is quick to spotlight food crisis and riots in other countries such as Venezuela. It could happen here, which is why Americans need to be prepared. We are comfortable running out to the supermarket; and we quickly adjust to rising food costs—seemingly without a care. On the other hand, many families and individuals have to rely on food pantries—while major supermarkets throw fresh food…

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