February 13, 2018
Don’t know about you, but I’ve often thought about how I would escape a burning building—or prison—several stories up. Now I know how, thanks to another tactical survival skill post by The Art of Manliness.
January 23, 2018
I’m pretty sure that if I ever got lost in the wilderness, I’m not going to last long, especially if it gets cold. I’m by no means a city girl and I’d put in a good effort. But…the cold. Yeah, I’m like one of those frozen lizards falling out of the trees in Florida. Can’t. Move. Must conserve energy. I’m just useless. But should I ever find myself stranded in the unforgiving boonies without the proper essentials, I might be able to start a fire with my cell phone to keep warm.
The Art of Manliness is once again looking out for us with another great survival tip with starting a fire using a cell phone battery.
December 28, 2017
Today, I give you a special edition Link of the Week. Not sure if you should try this at home or not. I’m thinking I just might try this. I have a champagne bottle that needs opening and a saber, so…
Another great post from The Art of Manliness—How to Open a Champagne Bottle with a Saber.
December 12, 2017
Ok, guys. You know how much I love sharing blog posts from The Art of Manliness. Here’s a good one!
How to plan for an escape if you (or your hero) is a POW. Great research info!
November 14, 2017
Here is another gem from the Art of Manliness. What to Do If You’re Being Followed. Not only is this great tactical information for everyone, it’s excellent research for writers. This blog post helps you identify if you are being tailed, the reasons for someone to follow you, how to lose someone on foot and by car, and how to make yourself less followable. You’re welcome.
September 12, 2017
This week’s link comes from one of my favorite blogs, The Art of Manliness. And it’s a great link for anyone who likes bourbon. I, myself, went through
a spell of consuming copious amounts of Jim Beam in my youth. Good times…good times…
There are distinctions between the varying types of bourbons. This link, How to Read a Bourbon Label, gives the skinny on bourbon terminology and provides a guide for consumers when buying the next bottle of whiskey. Cheers!