The purpose of this article is to teach you about the many types of weapons (other than guns) that you can use to defend yourself.
In this video, Canadian Prepper talks about the pros and cons of being an urban prepper or a rural prepper. A lot of it depends on the situation.
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.
If your bug out bag is so heavy you can’t carry it more than a few miles, then you’ll have to drop some of the items.
If you can’t get home, have had your home destroyed, or are living in a post-apocalyptic world, then you’ll need to know how to cook food without a kitchen.
Practice repurposing items now because after the SHTF you might not have time. Here are 18 alternative uses for plastic milk jugs you should try.
Condoms can be used as gloves, as a tourniquet, to store water, to start a fire, and many other things. This video is about 20 survival uses for condoms.
There are several gardening techniques that work well in moderate climates. There are also several plants that lend themselves to winter conditions.
There are several warning signs that indicate a collapse of some kind is approaching. It’s important for preppers to watch for these warnings.
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.