Survival and Self-sufficiency
Personal Liberty provides you with the tips and tools you need to prepare for you and your family’s survival in case of a natural disaster or complete economic collapse. Learn to lead a self-sufficient lifestyle without fear of doomsday.
Liquid trace minerals are vital to a food-storage program. In times of crises or shortages of food, everyone will need to supplement their food with minerals. I suggest you stock up on liquid ionic trace minerals for everyone in your family.
If there were to be a breakdown in communications that prevented weather forecasts from being disseminated to the general public, weather-prediction skills would be invaluable. Clouds, geographical features, barometric pressure, animal behaviors and folklore can all be reliable guidelines to use to predict the weather.
Some truly sincere parents are so overly protective of their kids that they will do just about anything to maintain their children’s innocence for as long as possible. Unfortunately, this sometimes involves shielding children from things they should know and failing to realize that they are capable of handling more than they are given credit for.
In reality, many children — even young ones — understand what’s going on in the world around them and realize that not all news is good news. More than anything, they want to be kept honestly informed about family situations.
In the fall, I always have an overabundance of cabbage and vegetables in my garden. I am ready to make sauerkraut this week, and I hope these simple instructions will give you the encouragement to do it also. Sauerkraut can be made with homegrown or store-bought cabbage and other vegetables.
Honey doesn’t just taste good, it does good things for the body. Here are 14 unexpected uses of honey that can provide health benefits you may never have associated with this sweet concoction.
No matter how much or how little you eat, it all eventually has to come out somewhere. Most of the time, you hold it until you get to the next available restroom. Then you do your business, and all is right with the world again. Unfortunately, in any type of grid-down situation, no matter how much you jiggle the handle, it’s not going to flush.
To escape mayhem or disaster, you will need transportation. Many survivalists have grand visions of a bulletproof, tracked vehicle that mimics the functions of a tank while matching the size and comfort of a luxury RV. But if you have a limited budget, a feasible solution for a survival vehicle could be a scooter. Yes, a scooter.
When the economy fails and people are out of work and desperate, some will turn to crime to survive. Law enforcement agencies aren’t equipped to respond to every emergency call. A well-thought-out plan of defense is the only way we can protect ourselves.
While I was walking my 8-month-old golden retriever the other day, I stopped to chat with a neighbor. Both of our families had gone through the trauma of the death of a pet recently, and one of my neighbor’s comments really stuck with me.
“They say that a pet can be just like a member of the family, but forget the ‘just like’ part,” he said. “A pet is a member of the family.”
Being a longtime animal lover and pet owner, I couldn’t agree more. How about you?
Emergency hammers, meant for busting out a car’s window, are not all they are cracked up to be. Contrary to popular belief, a window isn’t going to shatter at the smallest touch of one of these hammers. Consider buying one of these instead.