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Here is the draft of my matrix for my Self Reliance sites. I would appreciate anyone,s comments. Sean, asked me how this was helping me. It gives me a place to check up on my major goals.

Bud’s membership site matrix.

Bud’s life story to show the path to self-reliance.
• Birth to two years of age
• two years to school.
• Grade school.
• High school.
• College.
• First marriage.
• According Maxine.
• Moved to Missoula.
• Moved to Frenchtown.
• Moved to Shelton.
• Moved to the Tri-Cities.
• Moved to Benton city.
• Last 25 years.
Gardening
• Seeds.
• Soil types.
• Irrigation.
• Garden plan.
• Weeds.
• Sprays.
• Organic gardening.
• Harvest.
• Raised beds.
• Fences.
• Fertilizer.
Buying land
• Defined what you want 2016.
• Research ways to finance.
• Searching for land.
• Realtors.
• Use of classified ads.
• Land-use restrictions.
• Irrigation.
• Well water and so forth.
• Improvements necessary.
• Financing.
• With their without housing?
• Look at land.
• Buy sell agreement.
• Closing the sale.
Budgeting.
• Goals.
• Income from other sources.
• Employment income.
• Expense and income notebook.
• Outgo.
• Tithing.
• Savings.
• Schooling.
• Work expense.
• Food expense.
• Auto expense.
• Medical expense.
• Insurance expense.
• Kids.
Getting out and staying out of debt.
• Attitude March 28, 2016.
• Mindset March 28, 2016.
• Home debt April 14, 2016.
• Car debt April 14, 2016.
• Education debt.
• Budget intro April 14, 2016.
• Life plan.
• Debit plan.
• Use of cash April 15, 2016.
• Necessary debt.
• Cash April 30 first 2016
Meat production.
• Introduction.
• Land space.
• Fences.
• Chickens.
• Rabbits.
• Pigs.
• Cattle.
• Butchering.
• Storage.
• Eat what you grow.
• Freezers.
Family Home storage.
• Clothes.
• Baby stuff.
• Dry foods.
• Frozen foods.
• Home canned foods.
• Store purchased food.
• Air dried foods.
• Freeze-drying.
• Long-term plan.
• Cash.
• Car parts.
• Fuel.
• Energy.
• Emergency heating.
• Root cellar.
Housing.
• Introduction.
• What do you need.
• What do you want.
• Would you do self repairs.
• Size.
• Area.
• Age.
• Insurance.
• Utilities.
• Family size.
• Guest apartment.
• Other personal considerations.
Transportation.
• Research vehicles based on need.
• What do you need?
• Cars?
• Truck?
• How to maintain.
• Cost per mile.
• Fuel type.
• Can you store fuel?
• Going to work transportation.
• Garage.
• Find a mechanic.
• Annual expense.
• What payment can you afford?
Health planning.
• First-aid.
• Every day care.
• Alternative medicine.
• Insurance.
• Deductible costs.
• Find a doctor.
• Special needs.
• Average monthly cost.
• Long-term care costs.
• Supplies to store.
Emergency planning.
• Stay in place.
• Bug out bag.
• Generator.
• Fuel.
• Long-term energy.
• Make this a budget item.
• Emergency food.
• Emergency drugs.
• Security and protection.
• Assess medical skills.
• Emergency cash.
• Emergency auto stuff.
Community involvement.
• Introduction done.

Spiritual self-reliance.
• Introduction done.
Energy:
• Introduction to energy for the self-reliant April 12, 2016.
• Power company.
• Solar.
• Would heat.
• Would gas.
• Waterwheels.
• Alcohol.
• Waste to energy, pyrolysis.

Time management.
• All have the same amount of time.
• See Kindle book.

Develop a life plan.
• Introduction April 18, 2016.
• Steps
• . Family involvement.
• Goals.
• What you and your family really want.
• Income to support wants and needs.
• Family.
o Number of children.
o How do you plan for them. Now and in the future.

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