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  • Could They Survive: Cloud Strife

    Special shout out to Kenneth Lipps, Chase Lawrence, and Stephen Crabtree for helping me with the research for this character. Today is the first Friday where we begin a new series called “Could They Survive:..”. It is where I rate the survival capabilities of our favorite pop culture icons should they end up in a […] More

  • 5 Pandemics Worst Than The COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

    People are scared. The media is reporting it is the end of the world, and the stores show it. Stores, restaurants, and bars are closing down for safety. The CDC is trying there best to calm the masses, but their messages are falling on deaf ears. What the people don’t realize is this isn’t mankind’s […] More

  • Joys Of Journaling

    Journaling is not just an activity of the teen and tween generations. It can be very helpful to your mental health. Journaling allows us to acquire the use of the left hemisphere of our brain, this then gives your right hemisphere a chance to roam free and allow your creativity and knowledge to flourish. It […] More

  • The Pros And Cons OF Being A Lone Wolf

    At some point during the zombie apocalypse, you’ll be alone for some time. For many, they would prefer it, while others see this as a scarier thought, a fate worst than death. Each person is different, and what works for you might not work for your neighbor. Many believe going at the apocalypse alone is […] More

  • Non-Zombie Movies That Can Save Your Life in A Zombie Apocalypse

    We all love zombie movies, but we all have that one friend who hates zombies. They say their gross, or dumb, but we love them too much to toss them out a window. So, when one of these negative nellies shows up at your movie night these movies will entertain them at the same time […] More

  • Seven Useful Skills Every Prepper Forgets to Study

    We all like to think we’ll be ready for the zombie apocalypse if it were to happen tomorrow. We have studied at least seven ways to purify water. Learn how to identify edible plants, leaves, and mushrooms. We can even build three types of lean-tos or other emergency shelter options. Some preppers have even gone […] More

  • Supplies You Should Buy At Dollar Stores

    A dollar store is an amazing place for the beginning prepper. The aisles are filled with amazing, cheap products, and everything is only a dollar. These are good places to fill your kits with the little things and help a friend get started with the basics. These are my top five you got buy items […] More

  • Top Five Herbs For Your Garden

    67% of gardeners will be planting at least one her in there garden. An herb is a nonwoody plant that dies down to the root each winter. We have been using them for multiple reasons since the dawn of mankind. Herbs are amazingly beneficial on many levels. Every herb has there perks, so you’ll need […] More

  • The Prepper’s Liquor Cabinet

    Alcohol is the most socially accepted drug in the US. 86% of Americans have at one point consume alcohol at least once in their lives. When consumed it is digested by the liver because it is the only organ capable of digesting its enzymes. Alcohol is believed to be older than civilization itself dating to […] More

  • Underrated Zombie Movies You Have To Check Out

    This year is full of crazy weather. From unbearable cold snaps to never-ending rainstorms, it’s been a hot mess. What’s a better way to wait out extreme weather than with a zombie movie marathon. You could watch the same old, same old again like 28 Days Later or your favorite Dead flick or you could be adventurous […] More

  • Medical Candy

    Candy is the most comforting food in the world. Candy is any confection where sugar is the main ingredient. Because of its high sugar concentrations, if you keep it their original packaging at room temperature in a dry, dark location it will be safe to eat for months, or even years. Even though according to […] More

  • Survival Uses: Metal Spoons

    Though a basic staple in every home, spoons can be quite versatile when you think of it. The modern-day spoon is a lot older then you think. The spoon dates back 3,000 years ago to Ancient Egypt, where they used it for religious purposes and food prep. It did gain popularity as an eating utensil […] More

  • Top Seven Common Lies in Every Zombie Movie

    The first rule of battle is to know thy enemy. So before the dead stop dying it’s best to do your research very thoroughly on the subject matter known as Zombism. Read every book. Study every website. Watch every movie. Remember though when it comes to zombie films the subject material is fictionalized, which gives […] More

  • Office Supply Hacks

    We all have at one point worked a desk job. 70% of the global workforce is compromised of office-based, white-collar, jobs. 1.5 billion of this percentage work from a cubicle. Working from cubicles suck. 90% of those who work in a cubicle say that is the worst part of the job. With us spending 90,000 […] More

  • Using Spring Sales For Your Zombie Prepping Advantage

    Now with April showers ending and May flowers begin to bloom it’s time to talk about spring! Spring, or vernal equinox, usually begins on March 22nd every year. It’s the first time of the year where the sun rises due east, and set due west. Spring usually signifies the re-birthing of Earth and all its […] More

  • Five Things Just as Toxic As COVID-19 That Came From China

    China has been an important trading partner with us for many years. It’s our third-largest exporter of goods and number one in imported goods. We spend 115 billion dollars on goods from this country. We depend a lot on China and due to recent events people have begun to wonder if we depend too much […] More

  • Five Ways To Grieve For A Loved One

    Recently I experienced a great loss. Yesterday afternoon my dog (seen in the picture above) Henry Lee passed away. He was a cuddly little guy and is greatly missed. The last twenty-four hours have been hard on my home, especially on my other pug Izzy. Today, I’m going to share with you some things I […] More

  • Seven Things You Should Be Teaching Your Kids

    With states officially declaring the end of the school year the children rejoiced, while their parents groan in distaste. This left many parents wondering what to do about their education, so next year they don’t fall behind other students. Their anxiety grew as schools are becoming uncertain as to when, if, they’ll open next year. […] More

  • Survival Skin Care Basics

    Our skin is our biggest organ in the body. Just like every other organ, the skin plays a major factor in our survival. It helps us regulate body temperature. Protects our inner organs from exposure and outside threats. There are three layers of skin; epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous. It can renew itself, by shedding 40,000 […] More

  • Walking Dead Update!

    A few days ago I heard from an anonymous tipster that The Walking Dead will resume their post-production work on the final episode in Mid-May depending on if the COVID-19 cases stay the same, or drop. They stated that season 11 will begin re-filming in early July. Though nothing is verified yet I figured I […] More

  • My How Far We’ve Came

    March had to have been the longest month in recorded history. There was so much craziness going on people were beginning to think the world was ending. Now with things looking up in America, I think we should reflect on all we’ve been through so far.       More