02 January 2012

Happy New Year from Self-Reliant Info!

Welcome to a New Year! We'd like to wish each and every one of you a very safe, healthy, and prosperous year.

Regardless of any 2012 predictions, it's increasingly evident that we face some difficult times. As such, we humbly suggest you make getting more prepared and self-reliant a part of your resolutions for the coming year.

Self-reliance and preparedness are critical, and more people are recognizing that every week. Still, we need to get the word out to as many as possible. That's why we've branched out to spread our message in more places, as discussed below.

Like we mentioned in a previous post, Atticus has another weekly blog on Farm Dreams, called The Practical Prepper. In addition, he's also started another regular column on the Radical Survivalism Webzine, titled Prepping Pointers. With these other venues, we'll also be making a few tweaks to the content here on  Self-Reliant Info.

Here's a brief rundown of what you can expect from each location:
  • Self-Reliant Info: The material here on this blog will focus slightly more on the broad category of self-reliance and self-sufficiency "how-to" information, but will still include the main categories you've come to know and love, occasionally including preparedness topics. In response to reader suggestions, we'll typically have one main (longer) article per week, with a some shorter and more readily digestible posts in between.

  • The Practical Prepper: Our blog on Farm Dreams is focused on preparedness. The posts are a bit more narrative in nature, and they include some more examples drawn from our experience. Because the blog is on a "community" website, there is a bit more discussion that takes place about each post.

  • Prepping Pointers: This new column will provide preparedness tips and how-to, with a dash of self-reliance thrown in where applicable.
Of course, we hope that you'll visit all of the above. And, please provide feedback on what you read, as well as suggestions for new topics or how we can improve things. You can comment below, of course, or contact Atticus via our Author Bio page.

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