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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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