No matter how improbable these unlikely disasters are, knowing a little bit about them could help you survive in certain scenarios.
There's absolutely no shame in taking aid offered by FEMA after a disaster, but you should never consider the agency to be the totality of your preparedness plan.
In all things survival, you need a layer of three, including your food supply. Here's what you should have in your three layers of food storage.
When we can’t agree to disagree, the bullies (on both sides) win and freedom suffers.
There's one very important lesson in all this: If you want to know what's really going on in the event of something politically incorrect, you can't depend on the mainstream media or the government to tell you.
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If you are preparing for a long-term event, you can only accumulate and use things until you run out of them or have a plan to replace them eventually.
Are you thinking of acquiring gold or silver? Preppers should educate themselves on precious metals before they buy or sell them.
Is your child prepared to bug out from school? Learn how to build the ultimate school bu out bag that won't get your child expelled.
You must prep for the basics so you can perform during the confusion, panic, & mayhem of SHTF. You must observe your surroundings before an event happens.
One of the most overlooked parts of most people's preparations is spare parts for the equipment they plan to use in an emergency or a crisis.
If you think preppers should spend their life grimly preparing their bunkers, you might be doing it wrong. "Fun" is not a bad word - it's actually good for you!
When the SHTF you will want to surround yourself with friends and family. But how do you know who you can trust when times are bad?