Although the Cold War is long over (officially), I believe the possibility of World War 3 breaking out is as real as ever.
If you truly want to live off the grid, but you don’t want to give up electricity, then you’ll need to spend some time learning about battery systems.
I’ve written a little about home security and self-defense, but there’s something else urban survivalists need to learn about: blending in.
If you’re the type of prepper who likes to spend time in the garage or outside building your own things, then you need to check out these articles.
Here are a bunch of tutorials on how to make things most people would never imagine you can make at home. These DIY projects are great for off-gridders.
What if a disaster knocks out the power to your home? What will happen to all that cold food in your refrigerator? Here are six ways to keep it cold.
Here is a pair of articles from The Prepper Journal with excellent prepping tips that every newbie should know. I list all the tips below.
This article explains everything you need to know about building an underground survival bunker, from finding land to generating power for it.
If you have a vitamin deficiency for long, you could do long-term damage to your organs. That’s why I always recommend people stock up on multivitamins.
While it’s true that stocking up on supplies costs a lot, that’s no reason to give up on prepping. There are many ways to prep, even if you’re poor.