Prepping & Survival

Prepping & Survival

Keeping Kids Safe When They’re Home Alone

There’s no way to predict everything, but having some guidelines written down for your children for times when they’re home alone can help them through most types of emergencies.

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Books & Entertainment

The Widow in the Woods: Part 6

Things take an unexpected turn at Grace’s home, and Lexie fears for her life as one of the invaders makes a bold move.

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Prepping & Survival

Everything You Need to Know About EMPs from a NASA Expert

Preppers often think of an EMP attack as the worst-case, end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it scenario that is just around the corner. But what’s the truth?

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FoodPrepping & Survival

PANTRY STRATEGY: Create Meals to Build a Food Supply Your Family Will Love

Are you looking for a way to organize a hodge-podge prepper stockpile? Create meals to build a food supply your family will love.

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Jose from Venezuela

EYEWITNESS: Warning Signs That Should Have Told Us the Collapse of Venezuela Was Near

Looking back, there were warning signs. The economic collapse of Venezuela happened slowly and steadily. Here’s an eyewitness account of how it occurred and some of this may look familiar.

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Frugality

4 Tips to Help You Stick to Your Monthly Budget

Managing your finances can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are some great tips and tricks to stick to a budget (and why it’s so important to do so!)

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Books & Entertainment

Dear Diary, It’s Me, Jessica: Part 7

Jessica’s family runs out of a very important commodity and she hears more of the story of the newcomers’ journey to the Miller’s farm.

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Prepping & Survival

Why Preppers Should Spend More Time Learning (and Less Time Shopping)

Stop shopping and start learning – knowledge and skills are the most valuable preps you can have. And they’re way easier to carry with you.

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Prepping & Survival

Advanced Urban Survival Skills EVERYONE Should Have

Let’s go beyond the typical “situational awareness” advice and look at ways to improve personal safety, navigate big city streets, and deal with various situations and unwanted players in an urban environment.

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Selco

SELCO: Good Enough Is More Likely Than Perfect When the SHTF

When the SHTF, you have to accept that things will not be perfect with your plans and preps, and you will have to accept “good enough” in many situations. Selco shares some examples.

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Books & Entertainment

The Widow in the Woods: Part 5

As her plans to retake the property progress, Grace struggles with her conscience while Lexie has to choose who to trust.

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Books & Entertainment

Dear Diary, It’s Me, Jessica: Part 6

While the community works together on the windmill, visitors arrive at Mr. Miller’s farm, bringing shocking first-hand news from the outside world.

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ChildrenJose from Venezuela

Providing Emotional Support to Children During Economic Hardships

Kids also suffer when financial hardship hits a family. Here are some tips on how to provide children with emotional support during economic hard times.

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You Need More Than Food to Survive
50-nonfood-stockpile-necessities

In the event of a long-term disaster, there are non-food essentials that can be vital to your survival and well-being. Make certain you have these 50 non-food stockpile essentials. Sign up for your FREE report and get prepared.

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