Learning to make your own survival items will save you money now and make life easier after the SHTF. Here are 35 items that are fairly easy to make.
If the grid goes down for a long time, we’ll be forced to rely on lost survival skills that our ancestors took for granted.
Most people throw away tin cans without a second thought, but as you’ll see, in a survival scenario they can be put to good use.
It’s more important than ever to prepare for a financial collapse, so in this article I’m going to cover 17 things you should do.
There are basic survival foods that can be found in every bunker. But there’s a whole host of other survival foods that are often overlooked.
There are a handful of jobs that have proven to be recession proof. Get one of them now before the economy collapses again.
People sometimes forget that the smallest and most convenient storage space is in their own heads. Here are some skills you can trade.
When you’re making a survival kit or bug out bag, it’s best to pack items that have multiple uses. Believe it or not, chapstick has at least 20 uses. #urbansurvivalsite #chapstick #survivalhacks #survivaltips #upcycling
If you’re anywhere near a city when the SHTF, you’ll come across thousands of vehicles that are full of survival items you can scavenge.
In a collapse scenario, it’s important to be aware of the people to avoid. This article identifies dangerous and unpredictable individuals.