Welcome to another Monday Musings, where we share quick updates and blog events, before moving on to links.
Who Won the Firestarter Giveaway? We had a great giveaway from Camping Survival for the Strikeforce Fire Starter. The winner is reader Malcolm, who has been contacted via email.
June has been the biggest giveaway month so far, with another one coming up this Wednesday. I like holding giveaways as they give everyone a chance to win a useable emergency preparedness item. I’ve received a few “hardship” emails, and while I am unable to personally send something due to my limited finances, I can at least give our readers a chance to win something they might need. Thank you everyone for your support!
Recycling and Repurposing Old Junk. Check out 13 Ways To Turn Your Outdated ’90s Tech Into Truly Usable Things for some great ideas for your apartment garden and other useful items.
Inspiration to Save $50 or More a Month We’ve downsized the service quite a bit, but we haven’t pulled the plug on cable, but we are getting close. See 5 Reasons I Cancelled My TV Service
Wondering Where’s that Recovery There’s a lot of talk about the improving economy and some markets have gone back to house flipping and such practices from before the recession. Before joining the bandwagon, read Ron Paul: It’s Going to Get Much, Much Worse
Free Guide to Food Storage. Free is good, so I thought I’d share this helpful guide. It is the Emergency Food Buyers Guide from the folks at Legacy Foods
The goal of this guide is to provide you with real, beneficial information and allow you to make informed decisions on what to include in your own personal food storage plan:
- The guide covers each type of food storage, their benefits and drawbacks and what roles they can play in their own storage plans.
- You will learn about various topics associated with food storage such as buying tips, storage, and packaging.
- This is a great beginner’s guide for someone just starting their food storage plan, or for someone that would like to expand what they already have.
Food Storage Buyers Guide – Copy
Take care and have a great week everyone!
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