As some have noticed, my writing frequency here has dropped considerably. And changed a bit.
For the past couple of months, I've been writing preparedness and homesteading posts over at BoomerPreps.com. I even borrowed a couple from here! A group of us have been working our tails off trying to put together a "go to" site on preparedness issues and techniques - initially targeted towards Baby Boomers - hence the name.
And while those of us who are a bit less physical, and a bit less quick, and a bit more experienced are the primary focus for the site, we've expanded our scope to encompass anyone that just wants to put forth the effort, with the goal of improving their personal independence.
We've got a great group of writers - always looking for more (hint, hint!) - hoping to give a wide variety of viewpoints and perspectives on this very important goal.
I invite you to drop on by, kick the tires, leave a comment or two and see how you like the joint. We are always open to suggestions on content, topics and the like. Let us know what you're looking for.
Unlike this site, the content is strictly, "how to". If you enjoy my weekly (or so) rants on the politics of being prepared, keep coming by here. I need to blow off some steam now and again!
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