Considering how vital water is to our everyday survival (not just in a crisis situation) it makes sense that I receive so many questions about how to procure, treat and store it. In this edition of the Weekly Drop, I address several of your aquatic queries, plus issues of home and cybersecurity.
When making emergency preparations, water should be at the top of your list. If you’re prepared with these four items, you won’t have to worry about having clean drinking water for your family during a crisis.
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.
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.
Water is absolutely critical for survival. So today’s No. 1 question addresses how to procure clean, clear, drinkable water from any source — even a dirty toilet. Don’t believe me? Well, I’ve got video proof of the gadget that makes it possible.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, most of this week’s articles focus on prepping. Because any number of crises could throw your daily life into turmoil — from an unexpected weather event to the imposition of martial law. Don’t you want to be prepared?
I’ve got an incredible offer for you in today’s alert. It’s an item we’ve never showcased before, but one that is absolutely crucial to have in case of an emergency.
I’ve got several in my house right now. I recommend them to all my friends and family members. I’ve even written about them before.
What is this mysterious product? Read on to find out.
There’s a lot going on in the world, and it seems like some new danger crops up every day. From disunity in Italy to uncontrollable wildfires in Tennessee, here are your must-read articles this week.