Oct 29, 2009 Uncategorized
Notice the title says Earning not Making Money Online. Why? Because if you make money online, you will have earned it. There is no easy money. So, what does this have to do with preparedness and emergency planning? Well, debt reduction and creating an emergency fund are two things that come to mind. I’m sure you’ll think of something to do with the extra scratch.
There is no hype, no paid advertising in this podcast. It all comes from personal experience. I don’t make much online, but I make more than if I sat on my bum watching hockey. You can too!
Oct 27, 2009 Uncategorized
Being prepared is well and good, if you know what you are preparing for. A degree of knowing what’s going on around you personally, around your town, province, country and world is very important as well. Knowing which way the wind is blowing helps you set your sails, to avoid the crashing waves and enjoy calmer seas. Nice analogy eh? I’m pretty fond of it.
Oct 25, 2009 Uncategorized
Preparedness is a family thing and as such, it can have it’s good times and rough times. Especially if this is a new thing that you are introducing to the kids. I talk about some ideas on introducing it to toddlers, the 5 to Tween crew, teenagers and grown kids. Hopefully this gets your grey matter spinning on bringing your kids into the preparedness fold – even if you don’t have kids yet!
Sound quality starts out good, then gets bad. I didn’t notice when it changed, until I listened to it just now. My apologies. I forgot to unplug the computer. It’s the inverter introducing that noise. Maybe I should get a better inverter.
What’s with the army baby? I just think he’s cute and funny and it sort of relates to this topic.
Oct 15, 2009 Uncategorized
This topic is one I haven’t seen addressed that often, but I think is of great importance in preparedness planning. Mostly what I’m talking about is storing extra toiletries and looking at simpler ways of taking care of your cleanliness. No list to run down, just a prod to get you thinking about it and developing your own methods and plans.
Photo Credit: Ypsy
Oct 14, 2009 Uncategorized
This may be the most well organized podcast yet. I think I do better when I record them at home. What do you think?
It’s a brief overview of why a Canadian would want to have gold and silver bullion and coins, where to get them, what to expect and a couple tips on identifying them. If nothing else, you’ll have a nice little Pirate Treasure to leave to the children or grandchildren.
- Kitco Bullion Pricing List
- Guy’s Canadian Commodities Google Widget
- Food Prices in the 1950′s
- Melt Value of Canadian Silver Coins – Halfway down page
- Canadian Dealer with Lots of Pictures and Information – This is NOT an endorsement.