Don’t waste time repeating the same mistakes others have made. Instead, read this list of tips I wish I’d heard before I started prepping.
Here are some examples of things you should stop throwing away and start setting aside. Remember, during long-term disasters almost everything has a use.
Those with the best chance of survival are the ones with survival skills. For example, finding and purifying water or erecting shelters in any climate.
Americans have been conditioned to depend on modern amenities and conveniences to live. Now is the time to get back in touch with your inner homosapien.
People sometimes forget that the smallest and most convenient storage space is in their own heads. Here are some skills you can trade. #urbansurvivalsite #survival #skills #survivalskills #shtf
If you can afford them, they will make your life far more comfortable in the event of a power outage. Here’s how you can save money on solar panels.
You don’t have to be a hardcore survivalist to make it through the most common disasters, but you have to at least cover these disaster essentials.
The RICE Method is the proper way to deal with soft tissue injuries in the legs such as sprains and pulled muscles. These sorts of injuries usually cause swelling and inflammation which can stop you from walking normally. But if you apply The RICE Method, you will minimize the pain and heal faster. This method […]
Prices are going up fast and they’re liable go up even faster. Everyday people need to save money anyway they can if they’re going to get by.
I write a lot about survival food and supplies, but I’m also aware that most people are on a tight budget these days. Many of us are out of work and even most people who have jobs are struggling to make ends meet. All I can suggest is that people make a few sacrifices so […]