While DIY is the main focus of this site’s articles, my mission is to help my readers to live a more disaster resilient life. Because disaster preparedness does require gear I ended up adding gear reviews as a service.
Some items reviewed are things I purchased because they served a purpose in my life.
Other items were offered to me either for free or at a reduced price so that I can share them with you. In that case I will clearly note that in the article. No matter how much I paid, or the discount received, personal preparedness is too important to not give you my honest opinion.
Fishing is something that I don’t really like to do, but only because I am not good at it. Few things excite me more than having a fish on my line, but few things bore me more than waiting for that fish.
My problems are because I am pretty ignorant of the skills needed to fish, so when I find articles on how to fish I read them eagerly.
A chain saw should be durable. A chain saw that is not durable will likely not lead you towards success when you are trying to improve the look of your yard, a yard can make a difference when you are trying to sell a home or a property.
I have heard many arguments in regard to the serrated vs straight edge knife dilemma. The truth is that there are pros and cons of both types of knife edges, and the choice of which type is better largely depends on the function you expect it to serve and the situation you will be using it for. For slicing, I would recommend a serrated edge, but for push cutting you should choose a knife with a straight edge. Continue reading “Guest Post: Serrated Vs Straight Edge Knives”→