$300 underground greenhouse grows produce year-round, even in severe climates (NaturalNews) With staggering food prices and shortages looming, there's no better time to grow your own produce. Sadly, most greenhouses are expensive to build and impractical to heat during cold, wintery conditions. Thankfully, a solution is found with the Walipini. Developed for South American mountainous regions over twenty years ago, it allows edibles to be grown year-round - even in the most inhospitable weather. To Work Abroad Successfully, Put Down Roots The Benefits of Becoming a Local By Tim Leffel When most people start thinking about working abroad, they generally fall into one of two camps. Those in the first camp plan on securing a solid job before they go. These people intend to spend anywhere from a summer to several years in a foreign place, with a relatively set idea of how they will spend their workdays.
In Search of Living an Enriched Life Life is made of up moments. Good moments, bad moments and moments that truly enrich our lives. We want to make each moment count and bring them together to create a meaningful story of our life. We’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. As our schedules become more hectic and pressures mount, we’ve begun to evaluate what we want our life story to be. Do we want to look back and see that we worked too hard or worried too much? Travelers' Health Salte directo a la búsqueda Salte directo al listado de A-Z Salte directo a la navegación Salte directo al contenido Salte directo a las opciones de la página CDC Home CDC 24/7: Saving Lives. Protecting People The magic EMP-proof box Even though U.S. scientists have known about electromagnetic pulses for quite some time – and, in fact, intentionally created them in the late 1950s and early 1960s during the Cold War – it’s been more recently that EMPs have entered the conversation for ordinary Americans. There is rising concern that a rogue nation or terrorist organization could seriously disrupt our power grids by detonating a nuclear weapon high above the United States or setting off an e-bomb that could do much damage on a more local level. So isn’t it strange that a device with the capability of blocking or at least significantly reducing the effects of an EMP was invented prior to the Civil War? That’s when English scientist Michael Faraday created a cage that blocked external static and non-static electric fields. This enclosure was formed by conducting material or by a mesh of such material.
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Awakening: The Next Step 5th June 2015 By Mary Batson Guest Writer for Wake Up World Step 1. Wake up… Step 2. 10 Essential Strength Exercises for Runners We asked our experts to come up with 10 essential strength exercises for runners. Worried about fitting this routine into your training schedule? Don’t worry, these 10 exercises take 30 minutes to complete and can be done twice a week. Try adding them to your easy or cross-training days. Retire to Australia for the Comforts of Home If you retire to Australia, you’ll find yourself in a country with an economy and lifestyle comparable to that of the United States, making the transition to foreign soil that much easier. However, Australia has a lot to offer in several areas regarding quality of life that even the United States has trouble maintaining in the most desirable areas. The land ‘Down Under’ is a modern, rich nation that is full of beauty with a number of its own natural resources, and a variety of climates tog choose from when you are picking out your home.
An Introvert’s Guide to Solo Travel - Introvert, Dear Traveling alone can be an awesome experience. As an introvert, I am particularly drawn to solo adventures. Nothing beats escaping from the “real world” and experiencing new people, places, and things with the person I like being with best. However, traveling alone can be an intimidating feat, and potentially dangerous if you’re not careful. Here are some things I’ve learned during my own adventures that might help if you’re planning your first (or next) solo journey. The Only Way Forward In 2015 By Brandon Turbeville In the year 2015, America and the rest of the world finds itself at a crossroads. The time is fast approaching when the world’s population will receive the final choice between a move toward true freedom or the clampdown of total oppression.