Archive for the ‘Collapse’ Category

Building up your arsenal on a shoe string budget!

Posted: 30th July 2013 by ThrivingAdmistCollapse in Collapse, Family, Self-Sufficiency

As many of you might know, we currently reside in the NYC metro region.  As such I am prohibited from owning firearms.  While I believe this to be an exceedingly dangerous(and tyrannical) policy, the government has all the weapons so who are we to complain?  With conditions such as this, I’ve been reduced to defending […]


Everyday life in the Gun Free Zone!

Posted: 10th February 2013 by ThrivingAdmistCollapse in Collapse, Family, Self-Sufficiency

As many of you know, my family and I currently reside in the New York Metro region.  As such, we live under the most draconian gun control laws in the entire country.  For all intents and purposes, citizens of New York City are banned from owning fire arms of any kind.   Here in NYC, […]


The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy!

Posted: 5th November 2012 by ThrivingAdmistCollapse in Collapse, Self-Sufficiency

Hurricane Sandy was one hell of a storm.  This city has never suffered such a huge blow.  Plenty of my friends are still without power and heat.  Some of my friends had to evacuate their homes.  And 2 of my friends lost everything they had due to the massive flooding here in the NYC metro […]


5 Ways to deal with work-related stress

Posted: 12th September 2012 by ThrivingAdmistCollapse in Collapse, Debt, Depression, Economics

My day job is stressful.  There are periods of the year where I leave at 7am in the morning and come back at 10pm at night for weeks on end.  This is one of those times, and it ain’t all too pleasant.   Due to the crippling recession we are living through, tens of millions […]


Effective Strategies to counter Food Inflation!

Posted: 2nd August 2012 by ThrivingAdmistCollapse in Collapse, Frugality, Self-Sufficiency

We have had spectacularly bad weather this year.  In many parts of the United States, the corn crop is simply withering away.  The crop failures have gotten so bad that the USDA is now projecting that grain prices will increase by more than 50% in the near future.  Upon reading about this, the first thought […]