> TEOTWAWKI Blog: Updates...




Real life has been keeping me busy. But, never fear, I'm still alive and kickin'! A few quick updates...

T-shirts are coming. Planning on having the pre-order and shopping cart up in the next day or two.

Proceeds from sale of the t-shirts will go towards funding TEOTWAWKI blog content, contests and general operations.

You Took Away Tomorrow
Other projects have been keeping me away from the 'book' version of You Took Away Tomorrow. I know many of you are chomping at the bit for this and the sequel, and I'd anticipated having it wrapped, done and available on Amazon before now. Best laid plans and all that...

There are some pretty significant changes and re-writes that I want to make--it will be a dramatically different book, and that takes a lot of work. But, I'm going to buckle down and finish hammering it out over the next couple months. I'm gunning for a July launch date, sooner if possible.

Thanks all for your patience and support - it will be worth the wait!

New Series Coming
I've got a few new post series coming to the blog that should be fun:
  • Food Storage on $X a week - haven't decided on the amount yet, open to the demands of the tribe! :)
  • Intro to Reloading
  • Portable Solar
  • 'Best of YouTube' - selected videos from YouTube
As well as product reviews that I've had waiting on the back burner for a while, more contests and other fun stuff.

Thanks to all for stickin' with us and supporting T-Blog. We have been blessed with a truly awesome readership!


  1. Excited for the food storage series! Its an area I've been meaning to improve in. The standard $40 a week from the "Prepping on $40 a Week" series would be fine. People could adjust based on their circumstances--could be $40 a month for the meeker among us.

  2. AnonymousMay 16, 2014

    Can you try doing it on $10-$20 a week? Not everyone has $40 a week to spend on that kind of stuff. I eat on less than that for the week by the time put gas in the car.

    1. If I do use a higher amount, you can always just spread it out over a longer period of time. $40 a week can easily become $40 a month, etc.