How to survive depression

Best Recipes for Valentine's Day. How to Impress Beloved One with Limited Budget

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Valentines-DayThe Valentine's Day can become a real headache if you've got a limited budget. But several tricks will make your loved one happy and satisfied, and your wallet won't be empty though. That doesn't mean that you're saving on your partner. Everyone knows that attention, time and love mean much more than money. So, organize your Valentine's Day with savvy and wisdom.

FDR economic recipes 1933

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the only President in history to be reelected four times to office. What was his secret?

Emergency Supplies for Economic Collapse. How to Store Food for Survival

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Watersuplies_cAre you worried about America's future? Who isn't?  When economic collapse strikes, who will you rely on? The government, your church, your neighbors, who? Yourself, that's who. Nobody else is in charge, but you. Your family is relying on you to see that they are well-prepared and in the event of a disaster, it's your duty to help them. Knowing how to store food for long term survival is an essential skill that few have. In early America food storage was necessary and practiced by all.

Island survival in home. Top 100 Must Have Survival Items.

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ak47smallTop 100 Items to Disappear First During a National Emergency

1. Generators (Good ones cost dearly. Gas storage, risky. Noisy…target of thieves; maintenance etc.)
2. Water Filters/Purifiers
3. Portable Toilets
4. Seasoned Firewood. Wood takes about 6 – 12 months to become dried, for home uses.
5. Lamp Oil, Wicks, Lamps (First Choice: Buy CLEAR oil. If scarce, stockpile ANY!)
6. Coleman Fuel. Impossible to stockpile too much.
7. Guns, Ammunition, Pepper Spray, Knives, Clubs, Bats & Slingshots.
8. Hand-can openers, & hand egg beaters, whisks.
9. Honey/Syrups/white, brown sugar
10. Rice – Beans – Wheat

How To Survive in a collapsing society. From economic collapse

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argentina_colapseThe topic is not a new one. When Argentina spiraled into social and economic collapse in the 2001 life changed for everyone. A article entitled “Lessons from Argentina’s economic collapse” from  Ferfal documents the struggles of living in a collapsing society.

My brother visited Argentina a few weeks ago. He’s been living in Spain for a few years now. Within the first week, he got sick, some kind of strong flu, even though climate isn’t that cold and he took care of himself. Without a doubt he got sick because there are lots of new viruses in my country that can’t be found in 1st world countries. The misery and famine lead us to a situation where, even though you have food, shelter and health care, most of others don’t, and therefore they get sick and spread the diseases all over the region.

Store and Cook Vegetables to Survive in Crisis Time

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frozen-vegetables_cInformation about freezing and storing such vegetables: artichokes, asparagus, aubergines, bamboo shoots, beans, beetroot, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chestnuts, corn, cucumber, fennel, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, marrow, mushrooms, onions, parsnips, peas, peppers, potatoes, pumpkin, spinach, tomatoes, turnips.

Food Buyers Are Trying to Save Money because of Crisis

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Food_crisis_cSome of the current food trends are a continuation of what has been evolving over the past few years, while others are relatively new. "Functional foods" (add-ons for health) such as omega three's, probiotics and antioxidants will continue to be buzz words in food circles. Surveys tell us that the top reasons today's consumers choose foods are because of taste, price, healthfulness, and convenience - in that order. Food manufacturers and restaurants will need to be attentive to these as they compete for consumer dollars.

New Food Safety Standards of the U.S.

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rejected_cThe White House is trying to make Americans' food safer after recent recalls of popular products like peanut butter and cookie dough. A food safety working group established by President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the government will try and boost the safety of some of the nation's most popular foods, announcing stricter rules for the production of eggs, poultry, beef, leafy greens, melons and tomatoes.

Michelle Obama's White House Garden threatens agrochemical produsers' profits

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It has not only spurred many to have their own home garden - it has also clearly put a scare into conventional agriculture, which has fought back. Obama's stated purpose - to highlight the importance of a healthful diet for children and how much easier it is to get children to eat from their least favorite food group, vegetables, when produce is just out of the ground - was quickly transposed upon a much larger playing field.

Help Your Parents to Solve Financial Problems

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old_people_cIn many families, personal financial details aren't always shared freely, especially between generations. But if you're not familiar with your parents' financial situation, you may be doing them - and yourself - a disservice. Even with parents currently in good health, it's wise to become familiar with their financial, medical and legal recordkeeping so you'll be able to step in and help out if needed

Tips that will Help Investors to Survive in New Economy

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euro_cOver the long haul, the stock market has historically outperformed most other type of investments like cash, bonds and real estate. Why is this? Companies are dynamic. Unlike a Bond, Gold, or Real Estate, a company's management and Board of Directors can adjust and change to new market environments. Some companies are more successful at doing this, but a diversified portfolio will reduce risk of any one company.

We can Use Memories about The Great Depression during Today's Crisis

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depression1_cAt a time when life in America is beginning to resemble a roller-coaster ride on the way down and everyone is trying to find ways to save money, it may be instructive - both in terms of offering helpful hints and putting things in perspective - to look at how people ran their households during the Great Depression. Back then there was little money for food, let alone new curtains, but people found ways to cope. Backyard gardens were cultivated not because of a sudden itch to eat locally grown produce, but out of necessity; homeowners did their own repairs and found ingenious ways to make their homes functional and attractive.

Planting Seeds During Crisis will Help You to Earn a Crust

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rassada_cEconomic data tells us that food supplies are down nearly 50% from over a year ago. The problem behind this growing food shortage lies with the financial crisis in the banks. Few banks have the money or are willing to loan large factory farms the money needed to buy fertilizer, irrigated water, and other necessities related to food production. This forces more and more large food producers to not plant new crops. Their land lies idle.

 

Freeze Dried Food Reserves can Help You to Survive Depression

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bulk_cFamily food reserves for disasters like earthquakes, hurricanes, pandemics, and ice storms have recently been sought after as an investment against an economic depression. The threat of prolonged economic hardship is becoming more real each week. The fact that these troubles are being driven by a lack of stability in the financial system has created a great concern on how we should invest our resources for a more and more likely 'rainy day'.

Things You Really Need to Survive Depression

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svinyi_cKnowing what you really need to survive during an economic depression is just as important now as it was during the Great Depression. Learn how to prepare now, so you are ready for the impending depression!Things you'll need: determination, perserverance, a small nest egg, a home, food.

 

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