Don’t make these common mistakes! Being prepared can mean the difference between life or death, so do it right.
Survivalist, prepper and homesteader – is there a difference?
We are made as social creatures who need other humans, but the only way it works is if we are all operating at our finest, contributing to our best ability, and taking responsibility for our own lives and needs.
Since you won’t leave Granny behind, emergency preparedness for seniors needs to be a vital part of your plans. Know what special needs seniors may have.
A wildfire is a potentially deadly phenomenon that nobody wants to experience. Learn the things that you can do to protect your family and escape from wildfire.
Before you leave stores, clean water, ready heat and electricity, take the time to learn these 7 essential skills for off-grid survival!
When you must evacuate your home, there are some essential documents that you must never leave behind. Make copies and back them up.
Self defense weapons can be a necessity in some situations. But unless you are well-trained, don’t look to a gun first.
The easiest method of surviving on the streets in a crisis is to stay off the streets. Don’t be where the trouble is. But what if you can’t stay off the streets? Here are some tips on staying safe if you need to go out.
The gas station says “OUT OF GAS”. You are dealing with a gas shortage and there is no delivery expected soon. Nightmare or reality?
Have you ever heard the term “every day carry”? In 1913, a well-trained Boy Scout was expected to survive in the woods with only what he carried on his body. Could you? Here is the list, including how to carry them.
Concern for the economy and the potential for economic collapse is high. The right choice is not to panic but to prepare to thrive in any economy.
No matter where you live, you should prepare for emergency plumbing. Even if the toilet doesn’t flush, you still need to go!
These essential preparedness items can save your life if your preps fail.
We’re all familiar with zombie stories. But is there any reality in the scary tales? Could a zombie virus actually exist?
Do you have systems to deal with would happen if we had to return to pregnancy and childbirth the way our great-grandmother experienced it?
Economies around the world are crashing. Isn’t it time to think about how to survive a stock market crash?
The possibility of power outages, both short and long-term, is very real. Not only are they caused by weather and ordinary problems, but the threat of long-term power outages caused by terrorist action are increasingly likely.
Explosions. Fires. Thousands of vehicles fleeing a burning city. Are you ready to evacuate your home quickly and effectively if – or when – the need arises?
You can certainly start prepping for trouble and disasters if money is tight! In fact, you really can’t afford not to.
You need to be prepared, but the budget is tight. Emergency preparedness on a budget is still possible, and it can mean the difference between life and death when disaster strikes.
Should Christians worry about preparedness? Jesus said we should not think about tomorrow, and some Christians say that preparing for emergencies and problems shows a lack of faith in God’s providence. What, though, does the Bible say about it?
One of the steps you can take as a family to help ensure safety and well being is to create a family emergency plan.You want to keep your family safe and healthy. That’s our primary role as a parent and like me, it’s most likely your top priority.
Stupid self-defense advice will get you killed. Don’t be a victim.