Welcome to another Monday Musings where we cover blog updates and anything that I wanted to share with everyone. I hope our readers have not been affected by malware that may disable computers today. Being preppers, I am sure everyone has checked out their computers in advance and have dealt with any issues.
What I am up to this week. This week I’ve decided to do a pre-emptive, elective health measure; one of those things that are easy enough to take care of during “normal” times, but maybe become a lot harder if things get tough. No time to get into it right now, but I will post about the experience soon after.
More ways to use five gallon buckets. Five gallon buckets are so versatile, I’ve covered various uses for food storage and personal care buckets. This site shows a myriad other uses: Five Gallon IDEAS.com
Why home grown tomatoes taste better. I’ve always thought home grown tomatoes are more flavorful that grocery store ones. Now we know why. Check out New Study Explains Why the Modern Tomato Tastes Like Cardboard
Free Ebook. Wanted to pass this info along: Keith Pendlebury is giving away free copies of his ebook in www.onecancercure.com. Keith has been featured in a couple of recent interviews on the Health News Network and One Radio Network. The Health News Network program with Ed Corcoran http://survivalandbeyond.net/keith-pendlebury and the One Radio Network program with Patrick Timpone can be found at http://www.oneradionetwork.com/health/keith-pendlebury-one-cancer-cure-home-based-cancer-prevention-and-cancer-therapy-may-8-2012/ Please note I have no inside knowledge about how this works and success rates etc, just staying informed and sharing information sources with everyone.
That’s it for now, take care and have a great week everyone!
Get the real deal. Whether bugging out or sheltering in place, you can never have enough clean water for survival: For your water purifier needs, please visit:
An inexpensive but helpful tool to keep track of supplies (Iphone or Ipad users)