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Emergency Preparedness For Non-Preppers: Disaster Survival Basics

It doesn’t matter if you’re planning for the end of the world as know it or just a regular guy trying to live a regular life with his family. You need to have some kind of emergency preparedness program in place. You might not be worried about the grid going down, a nuclear attack or …...

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Thriving in Any Situation: Indoor Gardening for Survivalists

Preparation is the key to surviving – and thriving –  in any situation. Stockpiling essential food supplies can help. However, your food supplies are eventually going to run out on a long enough timeline.  Enter indoor gardening for survivalists: growing your own fresh produce in your own home to provide a reliable source...

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Communication and Navigation, Emergency, Outdoor Survival Skills, Supplies, Survival Skills

Stay In Touch: Alternative Communication Devices For Disasters

One area where most preppers fail in their preparation is alternative communication devices. Too many people don’t think about the impact of a disaster on their ability to communicate quickly and easily with their family and other members of their party.  Assume that the power grid is working. You and a million other people are...

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Clean Up: Getting Started With Homemade Soap

The best survival projects aren’t just things you need to survive. Because, after all, who knows when the end of the world as we know it will be upon us? The best survival projects are things that you can undertake are enjoyable projects you can do with your family that allow you to spend quality …...

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Emergency, Outdoor Survival Skills, Reviews, Survival Skills

Starting A Fire In The Wild Without Gadgets

In a survival scenario you need food, you need water and you need shelter. You also need a heat source for a few reasons. First, there’s the small matter of keeping warm. Even if you live in a more temperate climate, the nights get pretty cold pretty fast. You’ll also need a heat source for …...

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