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Natural and man made disasters are seemingly unavoidable on a daily basis. David Gutierrez writes in his article in NaturalNews.com in 2008 that Oxfam has released a report indicating the earth experienced about 500 natural disasters annually, as compared to 120 annually in the early 1980’s.
Emergency prepping has never been so valuable as it is today. Not having the drive to prepare for the worst case scenarios that will likely happen may just put you in doom when uncontrollable enormous disasters strike. Your preparedness for unexpected disasters will ultimately be invaluable to your safety […]
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Todd’s Note: I know that many of you who visit this site are seasoned preppers. This article is not for you. This article is meant as an introduction to getting someone to prepare with the basics of food, water and information. If you know of someone who is not a prepper, but could benefit from this information, please pass it along. We all know people that we care about who are not prepared, hopefully this article will show them the common sense behind it.
We do a lot to make sure that are families are […]
Todd’s Note: Here is the 2nd part of Troy Brooks’ article on Survival Caches. Click here to read pt 1.
This is the second of a series of articles about caching. Some consider it as the the third most important tool a Survivalist or Prepper has. The first being knowledge of how to survive under any circumstance, the second is being in good enough physical condition to survive under any circumstance.
It is time to discuss caching strategy and your bug out plan. I am assuming that most Preppers and/or Survivalists have a bug out plan as well as […]
Todd’s Note: This is a guest post by Troy Brooks. Troy discusses some helpful information on survival caches. After you read the article, please feel free to discuss your thoughts in the comments.
This is the first of a series of articles about caching. Some consider it as the third most important tool a Survivalist or Prepper has. The first being knowledge of how to survive under any circumstance, the second is being in good enough physical condition to survive under any circumstance.
We’ll start with the Home Cache. The Home Cache is a supply of food and tools in […]
Is it really as easy to just seek shelter, food, water and medicine? We work so hard at getting all the “trappings” of life. Does it bring peace? Does it bring happiness?
I love this Ted Talk. This guy is living proof that there is peace when we choose to live the simple life.
I think the most difficult part of it all is taking the plunge. Could you do it? What would it take?
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