This year, challenge yourself to change your new year’s resolution of “I’m finally going to lose that 20 pounds” into some more achievable prepper movement resolutions.
Continuing your gardening efforts can ensure you get needed vitamins and minerals plus it means having a reliable food source even when it is cold out.
Influenza is still very much a cause for concern this winter, and can be even more alarming this year as it shares the stage with COVID-19. It is more important than ever to know how to stay safe during flu season and protect yourself from illness.
Meat is the most efficient way to get protein into your body, but you can’t just have a freezer stockpile of beef and chicken and call it a day. A lot of emergency scenarios can cause your home to lose power.
Pandemics, power outages, wildfires, and other natural disasters can all lead to food shortages and cause panic to ensue. The best way to truly prepare for SHTF scenarios is to build a one year supply of food.
Winter is coming and it’s coming faster than many people would like. If you have not already started your winter prepping, it’s imperative that you begin as quickly as possible.
National emergency preparedness month comes every year to help encourage families and communities to come together and actively prepare for emergency scenarios.
Sure, you’ve got candles, nonperishables, extra batteries and chargers on hand for your communication devices, but what about a heat or cooling source?
We live in a time and age where most of us take our electricity for granted. We have built our lives around having access to power. Make sure you and your family are prepared for a power outage.
From hurricanes to wildfires to floods, the United States is going through multiple disasters, all during a pandemic.It is important that households accurately prepare their disaster recovery plan to include two emergencies at once.