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For today’s “Best of Web” Monday, I throw to a really cool community of tiny houses in Washington D.C, called Boneyard Studios. It’s headquarters are located in what was essentially […]

Like a handful of you know, my little girl has been back in the hospital for the past 5 days. For as much as that sucks, it isn’t anywhere near […]

Today I wanted to touch on just a couple more aspects of gold and silver as investments. Specifically: To be invested in precious metals, you don’t have to necessarily own […]

So I was browsing the interwebs a couple nights ago, when lo and behold I saw that I had a message on my YouTube channel from a dude named Colby. […]

So what’s the deal with gold and silver? Why are preppers so obsessed with it? Pretty simple really. Because the volatility in our currency market is a very real threat […]

I recently got an email from a reader encouraging me to check out The Simple Dollar blog. I did and was pleasantly surprised! It is an amazing resource with LOTS […]

Frequently I hear or read about whether or not preppers should buy gold and silver as an investment. The answer is “yes”, but I thought I’d give you 1 specific […]

Ever since I read Neil Strauss’ Emergency and Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, I’ve wondered exactly how free Americans are. It’s a question that evokes a lot of passion from both […]

FEMA is the bad guy right? It’s certainly taken a lot of heat from angry folks. Well, Karrie Beardall has worked with FEMA for a number of years on a […]

Last weekend, my wife and I bought a used car. Nothing fancy (like a Dodge Dart), but just a little “grocery getter commuter car.” My little brother had a few […]

Looking for a way to save some money on preps?  In today’s Field Trip Friday prepisode, I give you a look at the kind of RIDICULOUS savings you can get […]

As part of being financially prepared, those of us who run small businesses are constantly looking for ways to innovate, improve, and do things better. What Gary Vaynerchuk shares in […]

At long last, I’m back from my holiday hiatus in San Diego. While it was a fun filled trip, I’m excited to be back to my routine and to you […]

Midway though yesterday’s prepisode, I knew there had to be another… In yesterday’s prepisode, we talked about finding employment FAST. Today I wanted to share a few ideas to use […]

Today’s best of web monday features 3 different types of resources you can use to drum up some employment FAST.  The resources come in 3 varieties. Watch and learn! Temp […]

Sound like an exaggerated claim? Maybe. But before you decide for sure, head on over to Fiverr and see what I’m talking about! As survivalists, an important aspect of our […]

Today is Monday, and that means it’s time for the Urbivalist’s “Best of the Web.” This week’s best of web comes from a video that I received from a friend […]

Could that really be possible? If so, how? Are we talking about hiring a 9-year old? Yes, it’s possible, and no, I’m not talking about hiring underage. I’m talking about […]

  You ever thought about why college costs so much? I have. In fact I’ve ruined dinners out with friends debating this very thing. If you fall into the same […]

Whether you want a website to sell things, create a family blog, or just have your contact info and an online “portfolio”, there is an abundance of technology at your […]

Looking to build a bug out or fall back shelter? What about a permanent home that can save you some money? ISBU shipping container houses offer solutions for both. At […]

“The credit belongs to the man who is actually IN the arena…” On the coattails of a post from Apartment Prepper last week, I’ve been thinking a lot about taking […]

Money still doesn’t grow on trees. But as urbivalists, a big part of being prepared is finding ways to make more of it. In this Prepisode, I talk about 2 […]

When all’s said and done, doesn’t it usually boil down to money? We talk about saving money. We talk about getting out of debt. We prepare for a time when […]

I still remember the first time I stayed up past my bedtime. Mom and dad were gone for the night, and the babysitter either didn’t have a clue or didn’t […]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W07bFa4TzM[/youtube] On April 15,2011, John Aglialoro’s production of Atlas Shrugged hit select theaters across America. It sold a marginal 1.7 million in sales on opening weekend, and received a measly […]

What if it were possible to have garden fresh produce for the rest of your life for only $50? And furthermore, what if you could store it all in the […]

Will cash always be king? It may very well not be. According to many economists and survivalists alike, the U.S. dollar is headed down the toilet. Due to hyperinflation, national […]