When SHTF strikes, a systematic getaway is what we need the most. When you have…
As we kick off 2021, I wanted to share some prepper resolutions I have made…
If we do see some other type of disaster or disruption to our lives, are you going to be prepared this time?
Every prepper has heard of the bug out bag. But do you have a Get Me Home Bag?
With the interest in the preparedness lifestyle growing at an explosive rate, one important skill is often brushed aside: reloading ammunition.
Today, as I begin my studies on prepping, I realize the importance of knowing some basic weather forecasting. After all, the worst natural disasters in America are weather related.
Due to the fact that ammo will always be a luxury, modern tactics which rely on the idea of expending more ammo at the foe over men or positioning is obviously not possible.
I imagine myself in a scenario where I’m woken up by a bump in the night. Likely taking place in the wee hours of the morning.
When it comes to being prepared for disasters great or small, readers of this blog…
I – more so than a lot of people involved in this – have dealt with A LOT of other preppers face to face and I want to talk about the patterns that I have seen form over the years.
So, you might be new to prepping and you are wondering where to begin. This article will give you some important tips to follow when it comes to learning how to start prepping.
Apart from the necessities of food, clothing, and shelter, what are the other tools and tricks you need to survive?
Small scale or large, when it comes to the veggies, doing things differently can buy us the time and space to get started or expand our harvests.
So it’s best to be prepared to catch them. You and your family’s health may be wholly dependent on survival fishing at times.
They’re also methods we can use to just preserve foods, and let us preserve the convenience of dropping something in water to create a meal.
If your survival plan doesn’t include a bug out to the forest option, it should, but coming up with a good plan might be more difficult that you think.
Today we debunk some of the common knife myths many people have come to believe over time.
No one has to do everything…but everyone must do something….It’s better to light a candle than to curse the dark.
Whether you are using a pocket knife to cut rope, a shovel or hoe to cultivate plants, or a skinning knife to dress your game, they are all guaranteed to dull with repeated use.
What if events, beyond your control, fall upon you and change all you know and expect from life. Do you have a Plan B?
In regards to basic food preparedness it most notably means that it will require more and more food to maintain a healthy nutritious lifestyle.
I have compiled a selected few topics I think people should reevaluate in their lives and make and give yourself a prepping reality check.
What are Liberal Preppers and are they any different from those who can’t stomach the thought of describing themselves as anything left of Die Hard Conservative?
I put together this earthquake survival list for those preppers who want to put a bag together and prepare for the possibility that their entire world comes crumbling down around them.
Using mostly things that are also already in my storage or that are easy and inexpensive to obtain, I can churn out desserts, snacks, sides, dinners and breakfasts that are interesting and varied, and don’t really taste like oatmeal.
I thought that maybe it might be of some value to share some lessons that I have learned in my personal preparedness journey that hits 10 years old this year.
I had to stop for a moment because there was something that I hadn’t counted on having back in my Civil Air Patrol days. There was now a new factor to the equation: Prepping with Kids.
As is usually the case with anything, the first step in choosing a rifle sling is to decide what you are going to use it for.
When all hell breaks loose, are you doomed if you don’t have your full battle rattle on?
We can look at what is most likely to occur in the near future and our lifetimes, and use that information to help us decide where to focus our time, efforts and resources.