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.
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.
If an abrupt disaster happens in your city, you’ll want to get home as quickly as possible and avoid dangerous people. Here’s a plan that will help you.
There are a number of things many preppers overlook in their planning. Here are ten important things everyone will be looking for.
Today I want to share a video series called “SHTF City Survival” by TheBrooklynPrepper. In the first video he talks about his plan to get around the city and retrieve family members from school and workplaces after a disaster. He also covers his mode of transportation and explains his get home bag. In the second […]
In first world countries, the prices in grocery and department stores are pretty much set in stone. You can’t convince the cashier to give you a better price. My wife and I visit the flea market on occasion, but even there the vendors don’t usually like to haggle. With most of them the price is […]