Oli Fischer Survival Expert – The Minuscule Investment You Can’t Afford to Overlook

Oli Fischer Survival Expert – The Minuscule Investment You Can’t Afford to Overlook

Oli Fischer Survival ExpertWith the current state of our country, it dawned on me, waiting to be prepared for the worst was no longer an option. America is on the brink of a huge economic collapse and as hard as it is to believe, our nation will not be the same. I needed an emergency survival plan and I needed one fast. I’m not willing to put my family at avoidable risk just by not taking action. With this, I turned to Oli Fischer Survival Expert and creator of Uncensored Survival.

Initially, I thought that maybe this was an Oli Fischer Scam. You know, another sales gimmick. Catching fellow Americans off-guard, instilling overwhelming fear of death into them, with outrageously overpriced materials. Well to my surprise, I was wrong.

Oli Fischer is a down-to-earth Texan who’s taken his Uncensored Survival course and put it to the test. Just like myself, he too wants to protect his family and loved ones. What better way to do this, than to educate yourself and those around you with the tools necessary to keep your family safe. For that, they will thank you.

For $47 I received a hard-copy book and online access to an organized library containing all the materials needed to start developing my family emergency survival plan. I’m not the most technological guy out there, but the website is easy to navigate and the online support team is also enormously helpful!

It was a well-spent $47 bucks, because I now feel capable of protecting my family should the worst happen. I’ve learned not only how to deal with looters and natural disasters, but how to survive mentally. I’m one step closer to self-sufficiency. I’m no survival expert, like Oli Fischer, but I definitely feel more prepared and ready to take on whatever challenges my family and I might face.

Don’t gamble with your family’s safety. Take action today. America is headed to some rough times. Educate yourself and your family on survival methods needed to stay alive. Remember, at first, I myself was cynical of these online survival courses, but by doing some research and experiencing the course material first hand, I know I’ve made the right decision for my family and myself. Uncensored Survival is a logical, no-nonsense, easy to understand survival course. Go watch some of the online videos; I’m confident that you’ll also see the authenticity and legitimacy of Oli Fischer.

It’s a minuscule investment that you really can’t afford to overlook. For more information about the course that I chose to follow to protect my family, check out http://www.uncensoredsurvival.com

Stay Warm with These 11 Economical Ideas

Regardless of the weather outside, a little resourcefulness and a few helpful pointers from Oli Fischer Survival Tips, and your home can always be more comfortable…

fireplace-300x228Winter is approaching and with it comes snow and cold weather. Many patriots are trying to find solutions on how to keep their homes warm, without spending unnecessary money.

With the nation’s aging power grid in bad condition, we cannot afford to rely on our home’s heating system. A snowstorm can easily take out your electric service for days. Remember last winter? Parts of Kansas, Montana, Massachusetts and several other sttes lost power at the most crucial time — during a winter storm.

  • Cover your windows with bubble wrap - Place a sheet of bubble wrap directly against the glass, it will remain in place. You can still see the light through the bubble wrap, but your windows will be much better insulated. Obviously, you may not want to do this to every window in your home.
  • Constrain your heated area – Close the heating vents and shut the doors to rooms in your home that you infrequently use. This will reroute more heated air into the rooms you are using, while reducing your heating costs.
  • Dress in layers – By wearing the proper attire you will keep your family warm, even when your heater isn’t running at full aptitude. There’s no reason to run your heater, spending hard-earned money, just so your family can dress like they’re at the beach.
  • Infrared space heaters – There are some highly efficient space heaters on the market, such as the EdenPURE that can keep large rooms warm, enabling you to turn down your thermostat throughout the rest of the house.
  • Eat well – Proper eating can elevate your body temperature and make you feel warmer.
  • Cook stews and crockpot dishes - Dishes that require boiling, or at least heating large volumes of water, release heat and humidity into the air.
  • Check your caulking and weather stripping - Don’t let warm air out or cold air in. You’d be shocked at how much heat escapes through badly sealed windows and doors.  Double check all of the caulking around your window frames, as well as the weather stripping around your doors and replace where necessary.
  • Keep a blanket handy - After sitting for an extended period of time, your body temperature will naturally decrease. By using a blanket when you sit on the couch, you can stay warm without having to modify the thermostat.
  • Stay active - Exercising during the winter is especially important, as it tends to be the time of year where everyone gets sluggish, plus you can take advantage of your body’s natural heating abilities. With just a few light exercises a couple of times each day, you can benefit from your increased metabolism in more ways than one.
  • Wear hats – The majority of your body’s heat is lost through your scalp. Eliminate the heat loss by wearing a hat. You create an extra layer of insulation that will keep your head from getting cold.
  • Eliminate wet clothing or hair - Evaporative cooling can work to lower your A/C bill in the summer, but it does the exact opposite in winter. Be sure to dry your hair completely upon leaving the shower and change out of wet clothing as soon as possible.

Do you have any low-cost heating advice?? Share it below in the comments section!

Put Hydrogen Peroxide to Use with These 10 Tips

When it comes to building your emergency supply storage, you have to be organized and every item must serve several purposes. It would be fantastic, to be able to store a year’s supply of regularly used household goods, but lets be logical here. That is quite difficult, plus it’d cost a fortune. Thanks to Oli Fischer’s Survival tips, here’s a more practical approach.

Focus on incorporating items that have multiple uses. With this, you may realize that your medicine cabinet is overflowing with products that can be used for multiple purposes. Purposes you may not even realize.

One of these versatile products is hydrogen peroxide. To be a little more precise, it’s that brown bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide.

1The majority of us are aware of hydrogen peroxide’s medical uses, but few of us are aware of its many other uses.

If you and the general public knew all of the ways you can use Hydrogen peroxide around your home, retailers wouldn’t be able to convince you to buy a self full of product. You’ll start saving money every time you go through the checkout line.

In Your Kitchen

1. With hydrogen peroxide, you can clean and sanitize your cutting board and countertop. Hydrogen peroxide bubbles away any grime left after preparing poultry, meats and other messy items for dinner. TIP: Store your hydrogen peroxide in an opaque spray bottle (exposure to light kills its effectiveness) and spray on your surfaces. Let everything sit and bubble for several minutes, then scrub and rinse clean.

2. Cleaning your oven or fridge with hydrogen peroxide is also an option. As hydrogen peroxide is non-toxic it’s ideal for cleaning appliances that store food and dishware. Simply spray the appliance outside and in, let the solution soak for a few minutes, and then wipe the appliance clean.

3. Sanitize your sponges with hydrogen peroxide. Sponges can get extremely filthy within a short period of time. Here’s a recipe to thoroughly disinfect them. Soak dirty sponges for 10 minutes in a 50/50 mixture of hydrogen peroxide and warm water in a shallow dish. Rinse the sponges thoroughly afterward.

4. Hydrogen peroxide is also capable of removing baked-on crud from pots and pans. Combine hydrogen peroxide with enough baking soda to make a paste, then rub the paste onto the dirty pan and let sit for 15 minutes. Give the pan a good scrub with a brush and warm water and the grease will come right off.

In Your Bathroom

5. Hydrogen peroxide can be used to whiten grout in your bathtub grout. If humidity has left your bathtub grout looking dingy, dry all of the surfaces thoroughly, then spray the tub liberally with hydrogen peroxide. Let it sit (you may notice some bubbling) for 15-30 minutes, then come back and scrub the grout with an old toothbrush. You may have to repeat the process to get your grout looking perfect.

6. Replacing toilet bowl cleaners with hydrogen peroxide is easy. Just pour half a cup of hydrogen peroxide into the toilet bowl, let it stand for 20 minutes, then scrub clean.
In Your Laundry Room

7. Stained clothing, curtains, and tablecloths can also be treated using hydrogen peroxide. Take 5-10 minutes to soak stains in 3% hydrogen peroxide before tossing them into the laundry. You can boost brightness to your whites by adding a cup of peroxide to a regular laundry load.

Around Your House

8. Hydrogen peroxide is great for brightening up those dingy floors. Combine ½ cup of hydrogen peroxide with one gallon of hot water to use instead of harsh floor cleaners into your mop bucket. This solution is so mild, it’s safe for any floor type, and there’s no need to rinse.

9. Thankfully, hydrogen peroxide is also a safe cleaner for children’s toys and play areas. Fill an opaque spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and spray toys, toy boxes, doorknobs, and anything else your children touch on a regular basis. You could also soak a rag in peroxide to make a wipe.

In Your Garden

10. Hydrogen peroxide can even help out your garden. Add a little hydrogen peroxide to your spray bottle the next time you’re spraying plants to ward off fungus. Combine 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide to one gallon of water in an opaque bottle for spraying plants.