Can a prepper, someone who desires to be ready for emergencies and has lots of supplies, also be a minimalist? Short answer: yes.
While tornadoes can cause massive devastation, there are things we can do to make our homes more tornado resistant.
If you want your kids to be self-reliant in a disaster scenario, now is the time to foster an interest in emergency preparedness.
We can’t stop inflation, but there’s a lot we can do to prepare for it. Mostly, that means cutting our expenses.
A basic smartphone has enough memory to store thousands of survival books and other related documents that could literally save your life.
Getting stranded in the winter wilderness is deadly. This article will explore the survival basics you need to know.
A power outage in winter can be deadly, but it can also be deadly to use heaters indoors. Here are three safe ways to heat your home.
Signs point to increasingly brutal winters in the Northern hemisphere. Here’s how to prepare your home and stay warm.
If a country or our entire civilization collapses, getting through the first 100 days will be extremely challenging. Here’s how to prepare.
Many preppers like the idea of being a lone-wolf survivalist, but you’ll need a survival team to get through a long-term disaster.