I try to provide links to quality articles every day on Prepper Website. I would say that is my main focus. But I also want the website to be a resource beyond just providing links. So, I have linked to preparedness and related websites (to my detriment in the search engine rankings) below all the articles I link to. Over the years, I have accumulated quite a few websites! And every time I find a new one or one that I haven’t heard about, I add it.
But I also do something that is very sad to me. I mean, [...]
What do you say when people ask you how to get prepared? There are so many ideas floating around in the preparedness community. The two questions I ask are:
How much water do you have stored? How much food do you have in your pantry?
For anyone starting in preparedness, these two areas are the starting points….the starting points!!!!
Water storage is pretty easy. You can stock up on cases of water bottles, clean out 2 litter soda bottles, get a 55 gallon drum and even get a Water Bob that can be deployed in no time!
Food storage is [...]
This is a list of the Top 10 Articles on Ed that Matters.
Warning About MRE’s Making Money & Hiding Your Cash On Hand American Blackout Review or American Future Reality? Gardening Link Bomb Is Your PIC MetaData Giving You Away? The Day Preppers Disappeared The Best Preparedness Moves You Can Make Right Now for FREE! Urban Altoids Kit 7 Things You Can Do – If You’re A Bored Prepper Prepper Theft? 4 Ways To Move Towards A Preparedness Lifestyle
And here are a few of my personal favorite posts!
Don’t Cast [...]
Bugging Out & Relocating
When I started in preparedness, I tried to “take-in” as much information as I could. I still do when it comes to finding articles to post on Prepper Website. But lately, one person in the preparedness community that I have come to really listen to and respect is Fernando Aguirre (aka Ferfal). I think that Aguirre brings experience and insight that many in the United States haven’t experienced, especially when it comes to urban survival and economic collapse. I haven’t finished his first book yet, Surviving the Economic Collapse, but from what I have read, [...]
I like to minimize risk. I don’t do extreme sports and I don’t usually like to take chances. So, when we decided to visit my eldest son in Branson, MO, who is doing a Summer Project with Campus Crusade for Christ, I made sure the ABS system and Traction Control were fixed, the oil was changed and the tires balanced and rotated on the Griswold mobile! I also double checked my car emergency kit and bought some better jumper cables to leave in the vehicle.
The trip up to Branson was mostly uneventful. We were packed: the wife, two teenagers, [...]