The Resilience Handbook brings together all the factors you need to survive and thrive as a single concept. A resilience plan considers the details. How do you find out which cleaning products are better for the environment? Where do you learn about community group rules? Which tools are best for the craft you’d like to try? Who can tell you about emergency planning in your area?
The Internet is a good start. Here’s some pages of links covering each section of the resilience wheel. Webpages are difficult to refer to in a printed book; they can vanish without trace.
I’m not endorsing any products or viewpoints here. Reasonably accurate is the best you’ll get. Always double check facts where you can. Try stuff out; does it work?
Think for yourselves.