Our friends over at 4Patriots have put together a fantastic report detailing the top 12 mistakes people make when putting their disaster preps in order. Today, let’s take a look at the top three prepping mistakes you DON’T want to make.
As we covered in our most recent issue, the world is on high alert for a possible nuclear attack. I this doesn’t happens, but it’s a possibility for which we need to be prepared. Today, I want to share with you how to prepare for such an attack and what to do if, God forbid, it should come to pass.
Today’s roundup focuses on DIY projects and learning new survival skills. These articles provide a great opportunity to roll up your sleeves and get the whole family involved in prepping.
Last week was tough. I spent the entire week off the grid. Today, I want to share some of the lessons I learned so you can benefit from my experience without having to torture yourself like I did.
Parts of North America were (and in some cases still are) battling various natural disasters, and let me tell you, Mother Nature is putting up one helluva fight. This week’s must-read articles cover flash floods in the Southwest and wildfires in the north, along with ways to guard your electronics and your finances.
With all the importance placed on emergency preparedness, one aspect of prepping that isn’t addressed enough is that there’s more than one way to do it. So today’s batch of must-read articles discuss prepping considerations specific to certain groups, including pet owners and students.
Most people purposefully choose a secluded area for their bug-out location so they won’t have to contend with outsiders. So today, I want to share with you five ways to help keep your bug-out location secure when you are not using it.
Imagine that you’re in a survival situation and your bug-out bag is so heavy you can’t keep up. Well, here are some items I recommend removing to lighten your load so you can actually bug out when you need to.
This week’s batch of must-read articles covers some new topics — like how to be an eco-friendly prepper and what you need to do to get Rover ready for an emergency. Why wait? Let’s dive in.
This week’s mailbag covers an emergency water source in your backyard, how to win at poker and what to do in the event of a nuclear attack. Let’s get started.