Boondocking and Van life is commonly associated with grand picture-perfect travel destinations and glamorous selfies on social media, but the reality of this lifestyle is often far different than it is portrayed.
How safe are you and your valuables? To help you ensure a safe return to school, we’ll go over practical survival and safety tips that will (not may) save your life, time, and money (college costs are already outrageously high as they are, don’t you think?).
August is here, which means college and other schools will soon be back in session. Students headed back to college will be bringing with them thousands of dollars worth of electronics and other valuables. College campuses aim to keep their students safe with security cameras and identification cards. But it's still largely up to you to keep your electronics and other valuables safe and secure.
These five gun safes we consider an excellent choice for vehicle gun storage based on these criteria; storage space, quick access, consistent reliability, adequate protection, and mountable & discreetness.
Why should you plan for a power outage? Because it’s sooner than you think! Imagine a life without power. I wonder if you can. No lights to illuminate your house, roads, hospitals, offices, basically everywhere.
There is no doubt that everyone has something of value. What those things are is completely dependent upon the person’s values. Some things like cash and jewels have an obvious universal value but how important those are to the person, depends on many variables such as what other assets they own.
With inflation in a state of flux and hard to predict, the popularity of gold and precious metals continues to grow. Many people are turning to gold and silver for an added layer of economic security—these tend to retain their value even when the dollar weakens.