Just over 15 years ago, people were freaking out. People were turning into survivalists, stockpiling food and supplies in their garages and storage cupboards. And on January 1, 2000….nothing happened.
Many of you might remember the Y2K predictions, the ones that said every computer and electronic device would implode and we’d all be sent back to the dark ages. Those predictions managed to get a lot of people in a flurry of preparedness, which wasn’t really a bad thing, even if nothing catastrophic happened. Because, let’s face it, we live in a place where catastrophe can strike at any moment, in the form of an earthquake, forest fire or landslide. Continue Reading →