December 2, 2016

One Year Anniversary!

I wrote my first post on April 30, 2010 with the idea that if I had all these insecurities and interest in becoming prepared, then there must be other apartment dwellers like me who are equally concerned.   It has been both interesting and fun sharing experiences with  others who live in apartments and share the same interest in preparedness.  A year later I am still learning a lot and finding out I have a long way to go.  For one thing, I am still living in an apartment in the big city.  While I have a few more supplies than I did a year ago, I am no closer to moving to a mountain cabin retreat.  While I may yearn for a self sufficient lifestyle in a rural setting, the reality is most of us still need to live in or near the big city due to jobs, school etc.  So I will continue to post about my preparedness adventures and challenges while living in my small apartment and hope you will stick around.  Thanks for reading!

8 Comments on One Year Anniversary!

  1. I have really enjoyed reading your blog. I too live in an apartment and do not see myself moving any time soon. I do want to be prepared though, where I live in WA state there could be many types of “Acts of God”.

  2. I recently found your site, and although I do live in the country I still get lots of great ideas from you! 🙂 Keep up the writing!!!

  3. As someone who lives in a small condo I too find your site useful and informative. Thank you for your effort.

  4. I don’t live in a city. Nor do I live in an apartment. I live in a small cabin at a children’ camp. Even though the two types of housing are worlds apart I routinely find great information from your blog. Keep up the Good Work.

    • It’s nice to know when readers (apartment dwellers and non-apartment dwellers can find good information from my blog! I am encouraged to continue. Thanks for all the kind comments.

  5. Congratbut it is what it is.s! I enjoy reading your blog. I would love to get out of the populated areas but do not know how to without the funds needed to do so. We were invited to a 120 acre remote area of NMexico with like minded neighbors which is great but what would we do for a living there. It is that remote plus when we run out of our storage then what?I can’t expect them to carry us. Frustrating but it is what it is.

    • So true. Living someplace remote would be nice, but not without a way to make a living. The place in NM sounds like a good place to flee to, in case things were to go bad quickly.

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