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Netflix pick: Jericho

Netflix is an excellent deal in my opinion. For less than $10.00 per month you can access and watch thousands of movies, documentaries, program and more through your computer, TV, media player or entertainment system. I am recommending the cancelled TV series Jericho as a “Netflix Pick”. Summary of the series: Wayward son of Jericho … Read more

DVD Pick: I Want Your Money

I watch a decent amount of TV while trying to relax and especially like educational documentaries. I came across a documentary that I thought was just fantastic. The title is “I Want Your Money“. Both funny and educational – here is a summary: “Drawing on presidential speeches, comic animation and graphics, this rousing political documentary examines the … Read more

Looking for a red dot sight? Great deal!

Hey all – Just saw that Amazon has a great deal on the Vortex Strikefire – a red dot site ideal for an AR-platform. I have owned one of these for the past several years and they have been a very reliable and accurate sight. Regularly found over $160.00 – as of this writing Amazon … Read more

No more cable….no more satellite!

I just got off the phone with DirecTV cancelling my satellite service. So – no more cable and no more satellite. Many people I know have told me that they just could never do it, exclaiming….”I just couldn’t live without all those channels!” Well – I can. I have been spending around $100 a month … Read more

My emergency fund disappeared

Beyond just common sense, I have had the need for an Emergency Fund pounded into my head over the past several years by Ryan over at TSLR. Although I had not built my Emergency Fund up to the level that I would have liked – it came in handy recently when I had several unexpected … Read more

20 Uses for Borax

20 Uses for Borax was submitted by Matthew from   Sometimes I’m shocked at how expensive typical household cleaners have become. Recently my wife and I decided to do some spring cleaning. We went to the store with a rather long list of cleaning supplies: tile cleaner, drain opener, bleach spray, air freshener, mouse traps, … Read more

Do you have an Emergency Fund?

Blast from the Past: This post was originally published here – I am not the most financially sound person in the world. One thing I do know – is just when things seem to be going well something unexpected always seems to happen where money is suddenly needed. I make decent money and typically have “disposable” income … Read more

CASH, Gold, Silver, Platinum, IRA’s, Stocks, Investments, Banking, and Privacy….from the Prepper Perspective!

CASH, Gold, Silver, Platinum, IRA’s, Stocks, Investments, Banking, and Privacy….from the Prepper Perspective! Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards, IRA’s, Stocks, Banking, Investments, Ughh……we have to know so much about finances these days.  Especially when our economy is so affected by the rest of the world. In fact, finances, can get quite confusing, even so confusing … Read more

Being frugal……homemade laundry detergent

Many preppers today are doing so out of fear of inflation and the economy. More and more people are shopping sales, using coupons, and shopping discount centers. Part of my inflation protection system is stocking up on many commonly used household items such as shampoo, body wash, soap, toilet paper, dish detergent, and laundry detergent. I buy … Read more

Awesome resource for free Kindle books……

I was visiting one of my favorite blogs – Total Survivalist Libertarian Rantfest and saw a bit about a website that highlights FREE Kindle books. The thing that makes this even cooler is most of these books are preparedness related. The website is called Pam’s Pride Recommendations. I have a Kindle Fire – which I find extremely … Read more

Deciding what to spend money on……

Everybody’s life and situation is different. I know people that are eyeballs deep in debt – and go out to lunch every day, and stop at Starbucks and spend $5.00+ on a coffee. To each his own. What I can’t stand is when they complain they have no money and then spend needlessly. I am … Read more

Prepping for the Super Thrifty

by Amber Waldroup Everywhere you look these days, you see posts, articles, and tips on how to prepare for the future—economic crisis, military takeover, environmental disaster, or whatever SHTF scenario you’re planning for. You can even find tips on prepping cheaply. For me, a $100 prep isn’t cheap. That’s a big deal for me. For me, … Read more

Survival stuff on the cheap

With today’s declining economy – many of us are on tight budgets. Even so – this does doesn’t change the goal that many of us have – to prepare for troubling times ahead for ourselves and out family. Visiting some websites and reading certain books – you can get the feeling that you have to have a full years … Read more