I have noticed that not everyone shares the same belief systems that cause people to be “preppers” or interested in DIY or self-reliance, and that sometimes people can even think that those that want to do things themselves and take responsibility for their own life are “weird” or “strange”.
Because of this, whenever I find others that share my belief systems and live nearby I embrace them and treasure finding those that are like minded.
Diane Teagarden is an author and soon after completing her first book, she opened her own self-help book publishing company. She named it “Firewalker Publications” to remind herself of how she had “come through the fire” by facing her worst fears.
She has several books dealing with divorce, domestic abuse, and fiction, but today David talks with her about her latest book, Budgeting on a Dime- 10 Steps to Financial Independence. Continue reading “PRN Episode #30 Interview Diane Teagarden”
Survival Punk is a blog created by James Burnette. James takes a rational, creative approach to self-reliance, applying a punk DIY ethic to survivalism without any of the fear mongering or “tinfoil hattery” found in some other areas of the survivalist movement.
The Survival Punk blog covers a huge range of his projects, both success and failures along with a healthy bit of myth busting. He also provides a ton of dirt cheap creative solutions to common prepping needs and does a great job of integrating the paleo lifestyle with the prepping lifestyle. Continue reading “PRN Episode #27 Interview Survival Punk”
For today’s show David is interviewing an real-life rocket scientist, innovator, and Hall of Fame athlete Dr. Tom Cannon.
Dr. Cannon holds 21 different patents – from things such as the fiber optic connectors on the Patriot Missile system, to a bubble level device to help you perfect your golf swing – but today we talk about his ThriftyVac® invention.