As much as FEMA gets a bad wrap when SHTF, they are THE go-to agency when it comes to localized disaster response. With that in mind, it may be a good idea to know how to “speak their language” in order to facilitate said disaster response. Of course, there are other reasons to do so
Considering we spend a significant amount of time in our bedrooms it behooves you to ensure you’re ready for whatever while you sleep. With that in mind, the following article offers quite a few items to include in your bedroom survival kit, everything from clothing, gear, and bug out bags to
I’d say if anybody knows how to dress for cold winter weather it’s the Russians, lol. You can skip to about the 2:15 mark to get to the discussion on clothes…
I honestly had little idea that there were so many diseases the CDC is keeping an eye on as a future pandemic threat and, believe it or not, the list doesn’t even include already established and widespread diseases such as Ebola and influenza!
As the following article later mentions, it wasn’t
Several easy cooking solutions for basic power outages, ranging from your backyard BBQ stove to camping stoves and backpacking options…
Prepping as if I’m living alone has never entered my mind. After all, I have a family to prepare for and so everything I do, everything I think about, ultimately is to keep them safe and fed.
But, if you’re on your own there are some things you’ll need to do differently and, sadly
I’d suggest there are many potential problems with FEMA camps but some of these are new (and unexpected) to me; FYI, there’s some swearing involved so cover up little ears if need be. Of course, I couldn’t agree more with his statements that “FEMA camps aren’t a plan!”
This is a good question, isn’t it? And one that few people expect to deal with but, sadly, it’s a potentially scary circumstance all American’s may face in their lifetime. Granted, the potential “threat” could be nothing at all but, then again, it could be your worst
Recently, I had a brief conversation (as I sometimes do) with a few folks about why I prepare and why I bother spend so much time and money on it. Rather quickly, someone said it was because I “didn’t want to die” or something like that and, while true, I suggested preparing isn’t about
This is a question nearly any prepper has once they’ve been prepping for long enough. After all, once you realize everyone you know is going to look to YOU when SHTF then it becomes imperative to get your family and friends to choose to prepare themselves! Personally, I’ve had a hard