Seeing that we are going through rough times with the pandemic and all that is happening in our country, I often wondered how people are dealing with everyday stress. To my surprise, a lot of folks out there (including a few I personally know) are opting for online therapy.
Becoming a parent changes things for all of us. We stop worrying about what we want and what we need and start spending more of our energy, thinking about how we can make life better for our children.
If you are planning a family trip and if you are a blood pressure patient, then we will recommend you to simply plan your trip accordingly and follow some important tips so that you don’t fall prey to any deadly accident.
Being a prepper alone can be a lonely thing to do. However, it doesn’t need to be. Dogs have been “a mans’ best friend” for a long time. And for excellent reasons, too. Well, you can consider the Mountain Cur, “a preppers best friend.”
What would happen if you have to take your children, 5 years of age and under, to your mountain retreat in a survival situation? Car camping with toddlers can be a challenge—What about backpacking with babies and young children? How would we carry them and all the necessary equipment? These questions went through our minds in our family’s early years.
If you fancy going on a summer holiday this year but do have the money to pay out for an expensive trip, then why not a camping break. Pitching up in a tent is a great way to have fun and holiday as a family. If you have small children or youngsters in tow, then they will love being in the outdoors for a change.
When the school year begins, all the late night parties and weekends at the beach come to an end. Obviously, most students are not excited about the beginning of the school year. Although you might feel that you want to come back to the summer, school is necessary for a secure future. School can also be as exciting as that vacation you just had although the final semester does not feel as pleasant. You will get to meet new teachers and see your old friends, and, also, would have new classes to attend.
You may wonder, “ what does gaming have to do with prepping?”. Since most of us have kids, nephews or grand kids, keeping them busy and happy will become a problem during a SHTF scenario. No matter what activities you plan for them, they will always be attracted by the digital stuff. After all that’s the world they were born into and they are much more tech-savvy then us. After installing an Xbox emulator for my nephews I decided to share my experience. You never know when you might need this knowledge.
Virtual reality has been the trendiest topic in tech for a few years running now, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down in 2018. CES, always the biggest tech conference of the year, has already come and gone and many of the headlines made related to virtual reality. It’s something that’s going to keep evolving this year and for years to come, and in a way that means we probably don’t really understand VR’s potential and impact just yet.
How safe are our kids today? Isn’t it a very valid question? It’s quite natural that we, as parents become so protective and in this blind love, we end up doing everything for them. We are proud of the fact that our kids are 100 % dependent on us. But is that fair?
They say that every survival scenario defines a case of survival of the fittest. You might think you can make it, regardless of what the world throws at you, but what if you’re not alone? If you have loved ones depending on you, family survival becomes your main priority.
Although prepping is seen more like an “activity for old-timers” I believe that everyone should stand prepared, regardless of age. If you are preparedness likeminded, you should teach your children about emergency preparedness from a young age. It will help them become more self-reliant and face stressful situations.
You are probably planning your vacation right now just to get away from it all and enjoy some well-deserved rest. Unfortunately disaster doesn’t take a holiday and you should be prepared to handle any emergencies that may arise while you’re vacationing outside of your home country.