This “best of” edition of the Weekly Drop is a collection of reader questions that focus on emergency preparedness. Because when it comes to surviving disasters, preparation is key.
This week’s mailbag covers what you should do in the event of a nuclear attack (including what supplies to have if you have to go outside afterward), how to download and install my go-to virtual private network (plus why it’s important to have a VPN in the first place) and the best way to protect your home from top to bottom.
In this week’s mailbag, I address one reader’s question on how much cash you should keep on hand for an emergency — and how to keep it safe. Plus, survival food recipes, choosing an emergency stove and more.
I want you to imagine a single day without battery-operated equipment. Could you even make it home without your car or your cellphone or any other electronics? Here’s what you need to know to survive if you ever wake up in a world without batteries.
I’m kicking off this week’s mailbag with some gun-care commentary from one of my loyal readers. He offers a great suggestion — but I want to hear what YOU think. Take a look and then send an email to SPYfeedback@LFB.org.
Another week… another batch of reader mail… another great set of questions. Read on below to find out how to prevent car break-ins, where to get ammo on the cheap, the truth behind a common battery storage myth — and more.
Not only do criminals look for homes with lax security, they also look for homes with signs that indicate there are valuables worth stealing. Find out how to avoid this mistake and more in this week’s mailbag.
Our friends at 4Patriots offer some advice on how to broach the subject of survival with your kids as well as a great way to get them involved in creating an emergency plan for your family.
Today’s Weekly Drop is a collection of questions and answers that address various aspects of home security — from security systems to safes. Let’s dive in.
Time for another edition of the Weekly Drop! I certainly hope this has been a useful tool to effectively answer your most pressing safety and survival questions. But if you’re a more hands-on learner, boy, do I have an opportunity for you