When the lights go out, the following things should be done in order to stretch resources, keep your family calm, and make the power outage more tolerable. #urbansurvivalsite #blackout #poweroutage #preparedness #survival
It’s possible to get a little bit of power from phone lines even when the power is out. Watch the video or read the tutorial to learn how.
Just as you should invest in supplies to keep your family warm in the winter, you should also invest in supplies to keep your family cool in the summer.
These 33 items could help save your life in a survival scenario, and better yet–they’re small enough to fit in your pocket!
Too many preppers stockpile batteries, propane, and gasoline in ways that not only reduce their shelf life, but also pose major safety hazards.
Paracord is the strongest, most versatile, most affordable cordage on the market. And it might actually save your life in a survival situation.
This is really cool. Bugout Channel made a video tutorial explaining how to make a portable phone charger with just a few things. Watch it here.
A really bad toothache or infection can knock you on your butt. That’s why you need to have a good dental emergency kit. Here’s what to put in it.
Although prepping can get expensive, it doesn’t cost much to get started. Most of the essential survival items can be gotten for less than ten bucks a pop.
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.