I’m a big fan of used Altoids Tins. I just think that for a few bucks, you get some great mints and a cool little metal container that has a TON of uses. In the past, I’ve made Urban Survival Kits for family members as Christmas stocking stuffers (I didn’t really put it in their stocking). And just recently, I started carrying a First Aid or “Boo-Boo” kit in the pack I take to work. But there are so many other uses for these little metal tins. Actually the internet is filled with many creative pictures and how-to’s from [...]
As I read articles to link to on Prepper Website and then see what is popular in the stats, I like to identify patterns and trends. For example, I know now that any article that discusses “BUGGING OUT” is usually going to do pretty well. I don’t know why that is since bugging out is one of the low possibility scenarios. You are more likely to “BUG IN” and “SHELTER IN PLACE.” Yes, if the zombies come and your city is run over, you will want to “BUG OUT” and live the WALKING DEAD in real life! But, you [...]
You Prep. You Research. You Plan. You Interact Online.
At some point you’re going to want to have some human interaction, at least if you’re normal. I know I did and I still do.
Now, I know that some of you are screaming at your computer screen…. WHAT ABOUT OPSEC??? I’ll talk a little bit about that at the end of this article.
But the fact is, you can really benefit from human interaction with other preppers.
1. You can learn skills – Reading articles online and watching videos are great! We live in a time where there is [...]
Take a deep breath, relax, hug your loved ones. It’s going to get even more crazy…but that’s why we prep!
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I read a lot in an effort to post the best PREPAREDNESS content on Prepper Website. Sometimes though, I wonder if the Preparedness Community might have some questions that are not getting answered by the Preparedness websites and forums. In an effort to provide a place to exchange ideas and gather information, I have created this questionnaire with 4 short questions.
I will keep this questionnaire up for about a week and then synthesis the questions and share them here. My goals is to provide Preparedness bloggers with a host of great questions and topics in which articles that [...]