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.
Too many preppers stockpile batteries, propane, and gasoline in ways that not only reduce their shelf life, but also pose major safety hazards.
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.
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.
Hypothermia claims the lives of over 1,000 people in the U.S. every year. This is why you need to be prepared to keep warm without relying on your furnace. #urbansurvivalsite #wintersurvival #blackout #winter #survival
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.
Imagine your phone is dying and you have no way to charge it. If only you could get the power from some batteries into your phone. Well, you can.
During a widespread disaster you might have to do all sorts of things that will make you hot and sweaty, so here are 20 ways to stay cool without power.