Paracord is one of my favorite pieces of survival gear. I always carry it in my 72 Hour Bag, and it is always with me when I go camping or trekking. The reason that I love paracord so much is that it is a multi-tool: there are literally hundreds of different uses for it. But before you go and buy just any old cord to put in your survival bag, you’ve got to make sure you understand what paracord is and that you are getting the right kind.
Quote from Supernatural 12x11 │ Dean Winchester: This is a gun. This is a coat. This is a…a…a… light stick. Sam Winchester: A light st– All right. We’re gonna get you some help. Dean Winchester: Look, we could figure this out, okay? Don’t go callin’ Mom or Cass with this. Sam Winchester: Fine, but until you get better… (Sam puts post-it note on the lamp with the word “Lamp”) Dean Winchester: Lamp. Right. So close.
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Going into this post idea (which was just, you know, how to organize your books), I had no idea that I would find an entire online community dedicated to that #shelfie life. What in the eff is a #shelfie, you ask? It’s a photo of a bookshelf that is so aesthetically pleasing that it’s hard to believe it is in someone’s home and not just an interior design magazine. It basically shows *the* way to organize your books and to show them off to the world.