These past few weeks, our country has seen a lot of turmoil and unrest. All 50 states and major cities saw protests for George Floyd and gatherings in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. While most protests were peaceful, there were some that turned violent.
Some are concerned that if a second wave occurs at the beginning of the flu season, the health care system will be hit even harder than it was at the beginning of this year. The best thing you can do for the second wave is to begin your prepping as early as you can.
Whether or not you have an emergency supply kit ready to go, there are every day household items you own that can be used for your kit or to enhance it.
Ways a country typically reacts to an outbreak, the best ways to prevent and prepare for pandemics, and why modern society makes us so vulnerable to infectious disease outbreaks.
Today is March 20th, also known as Extraterrestrial Abductions Day. While there was no official inaugural launch of this ‘out of this world’ holiday, the 2008 Alien Abduction Festival in Toronto was likely the cause. A Toronto-based toy company, Happy Worker hosted a single day festival celebrating all things extraterrestrial and science fiction, for alien fanatics and creative types alike. Highlights of the festival included the usual carnival attractions that everyone enjoys, free UFO rides, and an alien birthing room along with tin hat tailoring.
The winter months traditionally bring cold weather, bitter winds and snow/ice. There is less access to fresh foods; the days are shorter; illnesses are more prevalent. It’s time for preppers to finish preparing for the harsh months that lie ahead.
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.
Around the country, students are packing their belongings before heading back to their colleges. Bring out the futons and mattress toppers combined with shower caddies and Old Navy flip flops.
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.
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.