Robin’s Review of Solar Power Bible for Off-the-Grid and Hybrid Living

Solar Power Bible for Off-the-Grid and Hybrid Living

 by Johnathan Nash

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Solar Power Bible for Off-the-Grid and Hybrid Living:
by Johnathan Nash 

Take the headache out of transitioning to solar power and start saving money today by following these steps.
In a world where the price of everything is growing at astronomical rates, wouldn’t it be nice to not have to worry so much about your rising electricity bill?
Wouldn’t it also be nice to reduce your carbon footprint by using the cleanest and most abundant form of energy on our planet?
Are you ready to make the switch to solar energy, but you are afraid because you know little about electricity and wiring?
If any of the above rings true, you have come to the right place. This thorough guide walks you through each step of switching to solar energy to take out the guesswork and make the process as easy as possible. 
Solar power is nothing new – we have been harnessing the power of the sun since the 7th century!
Why, then, does solar energy only account for just over 3% of the total US electricity consumption?
There are a few different answers: 1. People are intimidated by installing an electrical system on their own, and 2. The installation of solar systems has historically been too expensive to be a viable option for many people.
Luckily, neither of these is true anymore.
Robin's Review: Get ready to join the solar power revolution with this must-read book by Johnathan Nash! In his Solar Power Guide for Off-Grid and Hybrid Living, Nash takes readers on a journey through the exciting world of DIY solar power. From designing and installing your own solar energy system to maintaining it for years to come, this guide is packed full of helpful tips and step-by-step plans. Whether you're looking to power your RV, cabin, or tiny house, this guide provides everything you need to set up a self-sustainable energy system. Readers won't be disappointed with Nash's engaging writing style, which makes this book an easy read. I learned a lot from this book and highly recommend all of Mr. Nash’s books.

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Robin’s Review of Prepper’s Water Purification Survival Bible

Prepper’s Water Purification Survival Bible

 by Johnathan Nash

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Prepper’s Water Purification Survival Bible: How to Find, Harvest, Filter, Purify, and Store Water Off the Grid 
by Johnathan Nash

What happens when you turn on the tap and no water runs out? 
How to Find, Harvest, Filter, Purify, and Store Water Off the Grid
By Johnathan Nash
What happens when you turn on the tap and no water runs out? Or you are far from civilization and freshwater? We can go at most for three days without drinkable water, but what then?
Water is the most fundamental of survival needs.
While many communities around the world are used to struggling with water shortages, many of us have no clue what we would do in this sort of situation.
Setting up a reliable source of drinkable water is not something that is easily done overnight…
It pays to make these plans well in advance and slowly put resources towards a trusty water source that can keep you and your family safe and hydrated and meet basic hygiene needs too.
Robin's Review: Mr. Nash consistently provides much-needed information in response to “what if” situations. In his first book, titled Prepper's Guide to Survival Off the Grid: How to Be Self-Sufficient and Self Reliant When Society Crashes and the Lights Go Out, he went over how to prepare for many “what if” situations, but this book delves into the number one basic survival need you will face, and that is water and a good source of water.  This book is well written, easy to read, and chocked full of concise information.  Whether a newbie or a seasoned prepper, this is the guide to keep handy in your vehicle or go-bag. I keep his first book in my vehicle and will also add a copy of this one.  Because when the SHTF, you can’t just pull out your e-reader and look it up.  I highly recommend getting a copy of this book and giving it to each family unit as a way for them to begin to plan ahead.  

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my dystopian vs apocalypse vs post-apocalyptic beliefs

Hi!  Here is my explanation of Post-Apocalyptic, Apocalyptic and Dystopian stories/genres as I understand it.

I’ve always looked at Post-Apocalyptic as being after the incident that caused the full collapse of civilization, whereas Apocalyptic are either during the incident or while some of the incident is still going on. 

Dystopian to me has active civilization, though in a very negative form that leaves many people suffering. Dystopian is the opposite of Utopian. Utopian is about a perfect world/society. Dystopian is a distorted, unfair, and unjust world/society where many suffer for the gratification of the few (for instance the wealthy)

dystopian woman nude wearing a raven skull wrapped in flowers

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