In this week’s Must-Read articles you will learn ways you can overcome personal tragedy, how to prevent the spreading of germs, how you can use your watch for a compass, ways to avoid and treat hypothermia and frostbite, and also, how to create home heat when your electricity is out.
Let’s dive in…
This article dives into how a personal tragedy, such as job loss, illness, or injury can be combatted with the resilience you have used in other facets of your life.
It introduces common sense ways to make changes in your daily routine that will greatly help you face a sudden financial loss.
Flu season is rearing its ugly head, and one of the ways we all know can help the prevention of germ spreading is by washing our hands, but the germs don’t just stop there.
Take a look at this list of the most common methods of germ spreading, and ways you can help prevent it.
If you ever find yourself navigationally challenged and without internet service to save the day, this article provides a helpful way you can use your watch as a compass to get you back on track.
There is a difference between being very cold and putting yourself at risk of a greater threat of illness.
This article breaks down some very important information including the signs of hypothermia, how to treat it, and also, how you can avoid it. Take a look.
If you have considered purchasing a backup heater, you may have come across a few questions such as, ‘what are the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning?’ ‘Vented heater or unvented?’
This article by Beans Bullets Bandages and You breaks down those questions and many more to help you become more aware of what method of heating will work best for you and the concerns you should consider.
Check it out.