Welcome Preppers and Survivalists,
Frank Willam Bragwyn
A few weeks ago, I linked to an article that you might have missed.
So, ... I'm going to mention it, again.
First, we (you and your family) like to think about the future because we're preppers. That's what we do to help make sense of what's going on and where it leads for our families.
You can see this as you try to figure is it worth the time, effort, and money to go to college, or is it better to go to a technical school, like one of my nephews, or join the military to learn a trade, like I did.
Next, if you're a reflective thinker, like me, you can remember the many times that you have been wrong with your predictions, like that time I ...
Back to my point.
Lastly, you're still prepping, right?
Of Two Minds Blog - Uncertainty and the Humility of Forecasting an Unknowable Future
For some of us, we (you and your family) may have certain abilities that other preppers don't have. It might be a paid for vacation home, a paid off rental property, debt-free rural property or farm, or the ability to have one or more of these things for a safe hidey-hole (retreat) for your family and some friends.
Well, ... There might be some problems.
Of Two Minds Blog - About that Bug-Out Hideaway....
Of course, like any other prep, having a plan is important.
What are you planning for, temporary, long-term, or forever.
Of Two Minds Blog - What's Your Plan B?
At $30 to access part two, I hope you bought a copy of Prepper: Surviving the Tough Times Ahead.
As the 'Greatest Generation' passes away, their children, 'Baby Boomers,' are inheriting their possessions.. As they die, Millenials will inherit their stuff.
With that said, it seems Millenials don't want it.
Of Two Minds Blog - Millennials Are Abandoning the Postwar Engines of Growth: Suburbs and Autos
For some folks, Prepper is just another name for ...
Of Two Minds Blog - Millennials Are Homesteading, Buying Affordable Homes, Building Community