If you’re living through a long-term disaster, odds are the power is out and gasoline is scarce, which means most of your power tools are useless.
In this video. Sensible Prepper talks about the top 10 ways to communicate after the SHTF. This is a very important topic that too many preppers overlook.
In this video, The Patriot Nurse talks about what the 5 most common injuries will be after the SHTF and what you can do to avoid them.
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.
How can you be charitable after the SHTF without making yourself a target of dangerous people? Canadian Prepper has some thoughtful answers in this video.
Most preppers don’t bother stocking alcohol, but this is a huge mistake. Alcohol could mean the difference between life and death for you and your family.
I know a lot of my posts have the term “SHTF” in the title. But as I’ve said before, there are many reasons to prep other than SHTF.
In cities, the number one problem after the SHTF will be a lack of food and water. Too many people don’t store more than a few days worth of food.
No matter how much you prepare for disaster, there are going to be unexpected problems that throw a monkey wrench in your plans.
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.