If everything around your home were to crumble to pieces tomorrow, how long could you survive?

If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s the uncertainty of life. How can you protect yourself and your family?

If you’d like to have a better answer to these questions, this episode is for you.

You’ll learn:

  • Food prepping – how to do it practically (avoid overkill) even if you don’t have extra money hanging around, how to avoid food spoilage, and how to extend the lifespan of canned and other goods
  • The importance of self-protection, basic survival skills, and having a simple water purification filter
  • Why electric vehicles for everyone isn’t feasible right now (and what it would take for this to change)
  • How to check whether you are allowed to store fuel in your area
  • Are monthly universal payments on the horizon in the U.S.?

Growing up in the mountains of North Carolina with little money, limited access to resources, and annual unforgiving ice storms, preparing for everything was a way of life for Joseph Lynch.

But it wasn’t until around 2012 that he really started analyzing the uncertainty of the modern world and his place within it, and as a result, taking preparation more seriously.

Whether it’s a recession, a natural disaster, a global conflict, food shortages, another pandemic-like situation, or anything else that might threaten the wellbeing of you and your family, stocking up on both knowledge and physical goods could prove to be life-saving.

For the details of all this info and so much more, tune in and visit Lynch’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/SurvivalLiving/videos.

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

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