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What Does “Lowering Expectations” Really Mean, and What Does It Have to do with Prepping?

Being able to adjust and even lower expectations to meet the twists and changes that are part of life means being flexible and resilient. If the concept inspires anger, perhaps you’ll find this article food for thought.

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Health & Mindset

Is There a Baby in Your Family? You Need to Know About Rising RSV Rates in the US

Confirmed RSV rates are increasing in children. Is the pandemic indirectly to blame? If so, things may get worse before they get better.

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Mindset

The Advantage of Being Underestimated

Being underestimated can feel incredibly frustrating, but, the secret is, it can also be a tremendous advantage if you’re up against a superior force.

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Health & Mindset

12 First Aid Myths That Could Cause More Harm Than Good (VIDEO)

There is a LOT of terrible medical advice out there on the internet. In this video, two paramedics discuss 12 potentially dangerous – or even deadly – first aid myths.

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Mindset

Here Are Some Things You CAN Control in an Out-of-Control World

When the world seems so completely out of control, it’s important to get a handle on the things you can. Here are some things within your control right now.

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Mindset

What Preppers Need to Know About Suicide Prevention

Suicide prevention isn’t talked about much by preppers. We plan for disasters and hardship. But do we know how to help others handle the despair that often comes along with those events?

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Health & Mindset

How to Mentally Prepare Yourself for the EPIC Economic SHTF That’s Coming

An economic SHTF of epic magnitude is looming. Just stocking up is not enough. Here’s how to mentally and physically prepare yourself for the dramatic changes ahead.

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Reverse OpSec: What Information Are People Giving YOU? (And How to Elicit More)

By understanding what information you, yourself, are giving away, you can learn to be more observant about other people. And then, you can use these strategies to elicit even more information from them. Here are some tips on how to elicit information and why you might want to do so.

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Real-Life Survival Story: Are You Fit Enough to Survive?

Are you fit enough to survive a natural disaster? Here, a survivor of the Indian Ocean Tsunami offers reasons why fitness is one prep never to overlook and suggestions for upping your fitness game.

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Mindset

Are You Suffering from Situational Bias? Be HONEST.

Situational bias is a cognitive bias that can cause some people to believe that their unique skills, level of preparedness, or location make them immune to the disasters that may befall others. Be honest…is it possible that you might be suffering from this bias yourself?

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Mindset

The Consequences of Mental Fatigue in a Slow-Burning Crisis

A prepper’s mental fatigue or self-pity can cause serious consequences in a long-term crisis. Early intervention and management are crucial.

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MindsetPrepping & Survival

8 Ways to Practice ADVANCED Situational Awareness

Here are 8 techniques for the development of advanced situational awareness that can be practiced during everyday scenarios.

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MindsetPrepping & Survival

Americans Aren’t Experiencing REAL Shortages Yet. We’re Just Living with Limited Options

Americans are experiencing limited options, not shortages. The sooner you adapt to limitations, the better off you will be when true shortages occur. Here’s how to handle the differences in the supply chain.

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You Need More Than Food to Survive
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