Introduction to Ancestry Research

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Online genealogy research Researching and tracking down your family’s ancestry or genealogy is indeed a difficult task, especially if you have to do all of the research on your own. More often than not, it will lead you to several dead-ends. There used to be quite a bit of free genealogy information … Read more

The Emerging Threats From An Electromagnetic Pulse Attack

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Getting a Guidebook If you are worried about the threat from an electromagnetic pulse attack, you might want to pick up a book on the subject. The 21st Century Complete Guide to Electromagnetic Pulse is a great place to start, as it covers nuclear weapon effects, the threats to our electric grid, … Read more

What to Keep in Your Car When Prepping

What to Keep in Your Car When Prepping

Preparing for unpredictable circumstances You can bet that preppers would often anticipate any unforeseen circumstances. They would often get themselves prepared, and also towards their own automobiles, so that when disaster strikes and when they have to leave quickly by driving away, they have all the essentials with them. Preppers, whether veteran … Read more

What to Keep In a Bug-Out Bag

What to Keep In a Bug Out Bag

What is a bug-out bag? If you don’t know yet what a bug-out bag is, then it’s time that you should be better informed about it in case you are preparing for possible disasters. A bug-out bag is a portable kit containing the essentials that you may need to survive when you … Read more

Bartering Resources


The propensity to truck, barter, and exchange one thing for another is common to all men, and to be found in no other race of animals. – Adam Smith All government, indeed every human benefit and enjoyment, every virtue, and every prudent act, is founded on compromise and barter. – Edmund Burke … Read more

One Family’s Adoption Stories

One Family’s Adoption Stories

Introduction We are a family of 6 — One white dude, one Filipino mom, a 12-year-old African American daughter, a 10-year-old white-Filipino surprise (our biological child), one 8-year-old African American daughter and one 6-year-old African American son. We also have one white and one black schnauzer. We are quite a mixed lot. … Read more

Choosing a Funeral Home

Choosing a Funeral Home

Choosing a funeral home is no easy task since it is done by family members who are in the throes of grief after losing a loved one. Their thoughts may most likely be clouded and overtaken by a flood of emotions at this point. We know that choosing the right funeral products … Read more