A stage of life for my family has us living in an apartment for a while. After being in a home for many years, it’s quite a change. It was a strategic move that we made for several reasons. Because of this new locale, our new family study topic is Urban Homesteading. It’s easy to homestead if you own some land in the country, but trying to do it in a city while based out of an apartment is an exercise in flexibility.
And we’re enjoying every bit of it!
The book we’ve been reading lately is The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Urban Homesteading. It’s actually a really good book, especially for beginners.
What about you? What’s your current topic of choice that you’re devoting learning time to? If you say, “Nothing”, then you’re wrong. You better find something new to learn or some skill to get better at. Rust isn’t very becoming.
Alright. Soapbox aside. Here’s your updates…
Ever considering fermenting as something you’d like to try. HERE is a fermenting cheat sheet for you.
Sure, your underground bunker or stuffy warehouse is really cool, but what if you could grow fresh air in there? HERE is a neat TED Talk on just that.
HERE is a neat article on America’s failing infrastructure and what future plans are. If you think roads are bad now, wait until the apocalypse.
If your ideal view of post-apocalypse living involves living in off-grid Ewok houses, I found a developer for you. Check it out HERE.
This message was written by Dr. David Powers and his team of preppers, scientists, and reliable conspiracy theory wackos. You can always find me at www.drdavidpowers.com. Thanks for reading!