The world of prepping, survivalism, and homesteading is basically one huge subculture. And as with every subculture, it has its own terms, acronyms, and concepts that the rest of society isn’t familiar with.
What if doomsday never arrives? Would that mean all our preparedness efforts were a waste of time? Hell no! Here are 15 reasons why.
Everyone–and I mean everyone–makes mistakes. This is especially when it comes to prepping, which is a lot more complicated than it looks.
Whether you’re a beginning prepper or a more experienced prepper, the beginning of the year is a great to commit yourself to emergency preparedness.
This week I have another awesome video for you from City Prepping. In it he talks about 10 things preppers should do everyday.
It’s a shame that in our society, preppers are generally regarded as paranoid or even crazy. The truth is, there are plenty of reasons to start prepping.
Survival News Online made a great video about rookie prepper mistakes. Whether or not you’re new to prepping, you should watch this video.
If you’re a new prepper, here’s a list of 30 survival items that will help you and your family survive most temporary disasters for up to two weeks.
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.
Go beyond learning basic first aid and what to put in your bug-out bag and take control of your survival with these advanced skills.