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Resilient Plan Blog

Recently many people from developed western countries started buying large parcels of land or farms in places like New Zealand, Chile, Argentina or even their own country because they think that one day they might need a getaway place. They think that in a case of war, social collapse, or great disaster they will be able to escape from trouble and feed themselves off the land.

Buying farmland is an excellent idea. And those people who are quietly buying up land around the world in so called safe areas are doing the right thing.

Anything that is done to become independent of the system is very smart, including growing your own food.  The truth is that one day many of those people will fail miserably at feeding themselves off the land.

Let's say you have picked the country and a region with a pleasant climate for your plan B. How do you choose a particular location where to buy the property? Where is the safest place to live?

If you take choosing the right location seriously, and you think that someday existence of properly executed plan B may benefit you, then you need to start planning and select the safest area for you and your family.

During times of peace and prosperity, it is effortless to dismiss many threats, but they are real and rational people should calculate in advance what other people fail to see or choose to ignore.

Today I want to discuss briefly what exactly a right climate for a Resilient Plan B location is. It is not just about our preferences or the types of weather we like. There is much more than that to consider when choosing our ideal backup plan location.

We are all different and may like different things, and "perfect weather" can mean entirely different things to different people. Some people may prefer a cold climate, others like it mild, and some people even like the hot, sweaty weather. Some of us hate rain, but for some, it might be very comforting.

However, the majority of people tend to shy away from extreme weather conditions. A good climate is something that's comfortable and enjoyable for everyone and does not limit our day to day activities.

Like all plans, a plan B has a list of many different components. All of them are important and missing the mark on one of those will always come with consequences. There is one element that will affect the whole plan the most.

When you are setting up your plan B place, you can get every detail right and every aspect in place, but if you made a mistake on this one, the whole plan would fail one day. And most likely that day would come when you need your plan B the most.

Here is the story of how Resilient Plan B idea came to life. Like other businesses that I started before it was born out of my frustration of not being able to find the product that I was looking for. It's not like I knew exactly what I was looking for at the time, but everything I was able to find did not make a lot of sense to me.

Eventually, I decided to make a list of all the things that I wanted and put them in the order of importance. It took me quite a bit of time to study and research the issue to come up with a clear vision.

What I was looking for was a backup plan or so-called Plan B. It doesn’t mean I was thinking that the world is coming to an end, but changes are coming, and intelligent people should not ignore the obvious risks.

We are passionate about green eco-concious living, healthy lifestyles,
and innovative construction technologies.
We would love to have you join us on our journey
as we share our experiences.