Every survivalist knows that the next few months are crucial for preparedness. It’s time to stock food, secure the house and bunker down for snowy months. Here are the five best blogs for you to follow during that time.
Tornadoes, wildfires and hailstorms, oh my. The U.S. has seen its fair share of severe weather over the past few months, but Mother Nature isn’t quite finished. For southwestern states, monsoon season officially began.
A massive and intense heat dome has consumed the eastern two-thirds of the United States over the past two weeks.
In the 1930s, the Great Depression was a time of starvation and survival for a large portion of America. Many survivors from those dreadful years hold on to a lot of the answers that they learned. In this day and age, most of us don’t live the tattered lifestyle that we have seen in photos from that period. If the depression were to hit again, would we be able to survive as well as our great-grandparents did?
For some, the end of the world as we know it is near, these people are called preppers. A prepper is a person who believes that a catastrophic disaster or emergency can occur in the near future.
TEOTWAWKI (or “The End Of The World As We Know It”), the day that all preppers have been spending their lives preparing for… What if that day never comes? Was all that money and time spent prepping a waste? Absolutely not! There are other things you can prepare for besides TEOTWAWKI.
An earthquake is a natural disaster that occurs miles underground and occurs either from volcanic activity or the shifting of tectonic plates. Earthquakes are extremely hard to predict so it’s even harder to prepare you and your family.
Thanks to modern technology, we all know when storms are coming and we generally have an idea of how strong they are going to be, but nature works in mysterious ways and can bring a whirlwind of disasters along with them.
Moving out of your parents’ home and into your own apartment can be very frightening whether you are staying in the same city or moving out of state. Living at our parents’ home, we have never had to worry about paying for water, electricity, and the basic needs of running a household, but that all changes when you are on your own.
Flights are booked and bags are packed for your trip abroad, but are you really as prepared as you think you are? When traveling, whether it’s inside the country or overseas, we don’t think about the possibility of having to deal with an emergency, we are just simply on vacation.