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7 Home Defense Tips for Seniors

7 Home Defense Tips for Seniors

Seniors tend to be common targets for criminals. They are frequently targeted for scams, fraud, and financial abuse. They’re also the victims of burglaries.

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10 Reasons Every Prepper Should Learn How to Pressure Can Food

10 Reasons You Should Learn How to Pressure Can Food

Most preppers are more interested in dehydrating foods, but here are 10 great reasons you should also be pressure canning food.

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Teaching Your Kids Not to Rely on the Digital World

Teaching Your Kids Not to Rely on the Digital World

There are plenty of gadgets, tools and digital resources that can help kids learn. But there are life skills every child needs that go beyond technology.

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6 Tips To Help You Survive a Blizzard

6 Tips To Help You Survive a Blizzard

With every winter comes the threat of snow storms, and this winter is no exception. Here are 6 tips to help you survive a blizzard.

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13 Quick and Hardy Plants for Your Spring Garden

13 Quick and Hardy Plants for Your Spring Garden

If you’re planning your spring garden, few plants are quicker, faster, or hardier than the following 13. They’re also quite delicious and very versatile.

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3 Ways To Start Your Off Grid Transition

3 Ways To Start Your Off Grid Transition

The off-grid transition doesn’t have to be abrupt. There are adjustments you can make now that will get the process started and teach you new life skills.

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3 Winter Gardening Techniques and 6 Plants for Winter Gardening

3 Winter Gardening Techniques and 6 Plants for Winter Gardening

There are several gardening techniques that work well in moderate climates. There are also several plants that lend themselves to winter conditions.

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4 Tips To Put Your Bug Out Plan Into Practice

4 Tips For Putting Your Bug Out Plan Into Practice

You may think you have your plans and gear in order, but until you run through the following scenarios, there’s no way to know if you’re truly ready.

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5 Reasons Preppers Should Avoid Smart Technology

5 Reasons Preppers Should Avoid Smart Technology

While there are many survival apps and smart technologies designed for preppers, I would like to offer the 5 reasons why you should avoid smart technology.

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6 Skills To Take You From Novice To Advanced Prepper

6 Skills To Take You From Novice To Advanced Prepper

Go beyond learning basic first aid and what to put in your bug-out bag and take control of your survival with these advanced skills.

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5 Best Guns For Home Defense

5 Best Guns For Home Defense

It’s important to be prepared for home invasions. But to do that, you need a good firearm. Here are the 5 best guns for home defense.

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3 of the Best Vehicles for Surviving a State of Emergency

3 of the Best Vehicles for Surviving a State of Emergency

Although the right vehicle isn’t a guarantee that you will survive or escape every emergency, it can give you better odds in the worst case scenario.

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5 Must-Know Tips For Making Your Urban Bug-Out-Bag

5 Must-Know Tips For Making Your Urban Bug-Out-Bag

Bugging out in an urban locale presents its own set of unique survival considerations. Here are the top five urban survival considerations.

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6 Comebacks To People Who Call You Crazy For Prepping

6 Comebacks To People Who Call You Crazy For Prepping

We shouldn’t care what other people think, but it’s hard not to get angry when people call you crazy for prepping. You’re gonna need a few good comebacks.

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10 Tips For Staying Clean After The SHTF

10 Tips For Staying Clean After SHTF

The point of this article is to give you a few ideas on personal hygiene in post-SHTF situations, although some of these tips can be applied right now.

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Preventing Boredom After The SHTF

Preventing Boredom After The SHTF

You may think life after the SHTF will be exciting, but the grim reality is that you will have some very long, very boring days and nights.

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5 Safe Canning Tips You Should Know

5 Safe Canning Tips You Should Know

Canning is an efficient method of home food preservation. Jars are easy to store and, provided they don’t freeze, the food stays good for a long time time.

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7 Tips to Help You Bug Out Fast

7 Tips to Help You Bug Out Fast

You might think you can bug out pretty fast, but if you did a trial run and timed yourself, you might be surprised at how long it takes.

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3 Ways to Communicate Through the Apocalypse

3 Ways to Communicate Through the Apocalypse

Preppers should determine how they will stay connected after the SHTF. The following 3 devices will help people communicate through the apocalypse.

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3 Great Hobbies For Survivalists

3 Great Hobbies For Survivalists

Americans have been conditioned to depend on modern amenities and conveniences to live. Now is the time to get back in touch with your inner homo sapien.

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Precious Metals in an Urban Survival Scenario

Precious Metals in an Urban Survival Scenario

We can all imagine a chaotic, unstable, “Mad Max” scenario if indeed the shit hits the fan. That’s what we’re all preparing ourselves for, right? It makes a hell of a lot more sense to be ready in case something like that happens than to sit idly by and dismiss the possibility. You have nothing to lose by preparing, and…

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How to Maintain Body Temperature

How to Maintain Body Temperature

The human body is designed to maintain a temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Our skin harbors temperature receptors that notice when the temperature outside the body fluctuates. When this occurs, those receptors react like a biological Paul Revere, and shoot a warning signal to the processing center of the brain, the hypothalamus, indicating that the British…

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