Hundreds of people in the U.S. die each year from being trapped in sinking vehicles. So today, I want to share with you what to do in this situation. Hopefully, you’ll never have to use this information, but if you ever do find yourself in this situation, you’ll be prepared.
Prepping is something everyone can (and should) do. But I understand that age, illness and physical disabilities can present extra challenges when planning for an emergency. But where there’s a will, there’s a way — and sometimes all you really need are a few good ideas to get you started.
If a natural disaster forces you to evacuate from your home, do you have a plan in place to load your vehicle quickly and escape danger? Do you know which items are most important to take with you?
This week’s articles highlight some important lessons — along with some great advice you can put into practice today — whether you live in a city or the middle of nowhere.
Internet privacy regulations are on the chopping block this week, which means it’s more important than ever to do whatever you possibly can to protect your personal data.
This edition of the weekly drop covers some advice on where to bug out when the SHTF, what electronics to protect in the event of an EMP, the best guns for home defense and one more item you could add to your escape bag. Let’s get started.
Part of my goal for the Weekly Drop is to foster a dialogue among my readership. Pooling the best prepping advice means everyone can be better prepared for the unexpected. When the SHTF, you’ve got to look out for you and yours, but there’s no us-versus-them in prepping
This week’s batch of articles includes an excellent piece on the virtue of willpower. I believe a survival mindset is something anyone can cultivate — truly anyone. If you don’t believe me, take a look.
In an emergency situation, two of the most important things you will need to provide for yourself are food and water. Good thing there is one survival tool that can help you with both — a survival stove.
With the ever-growing usage of interconnected wireless devices, we’re giving hackers more and more ways to disrupt our everyday lives. And now there’s a way for hackers to disrupt your life — literally.