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Extract from FREE 10 Tips to Survive the Apocalypse with your Dog

10 TIPS TO SURVIVE THE APOCALYPSE WITH YOUR DOG

Let’s face it, the end of the world is going to stink. And if you can’t have your dog with you, it’s going to stink even more. Dogs have always had a soothing effect on humans. Having a bad day at work? The second you walk through that front door your dog is going to cheer you on into the house.

Okay, they'll cheer you straight into the kitchen to feed them, but they are always happy to see you and to tell you that everything is fine. But what if the world is ending and things aren't going to be fine.

The world may end in any number of ways - zombies, vampires, biological disaster, terrorism, alien invasion, killer clowns, resource depletion, climate change. Surviving any apocalypse is going to be that much easier with your faithful friend at your side, but you'll need to be prepared. Following are 10 tips to help you and your best friend survive the apocalypse.


But first,..you'll need a bug out bag for you and your dog


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Coffee chat with travel author, Jennifer Burge

Joining me on my blog today is an author who has travelled around the globe and is currently calling Australia home.

Jennifer Burge writes travel memoirs, has a career as a public speaker on the challenges and rewards of taking on a career in a new country, she is a professional blogger, and also a columnist for ExpatFocus.com.

Jennifer talks about the reality of picking up and moving to an entirely different country to start a career. It has its rewards, and its consequences. She's keeping it real, and for that we give her the title of an Aussie author.
DL: Firstly, since this is a coffee chat, how do you have your coffee (or not as has been the case)? And what is your favourite time of the day to partake?
JENNIFER: I humbly admit that I am a caffeine addict. My morning coffee needs to be extra strong and on the way-too-sweet side for most humans. At home I cut myself off about 10am but if I’m out and about, I will order a doppio espresso at any time. It hits the bloodstream quickes…

Bumper Bonza coffee chat to celebrate Australian authors

My coffee chat today is a bumper, bonza issue of Australian authors, self published or published by an Aussie small press publisher. January 26 is when we celebrate Australia Day, and we're all proud to be Aussie. Today I'm featuring all the Aussie indie authors who've stopped by my virtual café IN THE ONE POST!! It's been an absolute pleasure interviewing these authors and checking out their work so that I can bring you interesting interviews.  I want to say a huge thank you to all the authors who have participated. And a bigger thank you to everyone who checked in to read the coffee chats. Without people reading them, I wouldn't have a reason to keep my virtual café open.