Whether you’re stranded in the wilderness or without heat in a snowstorm, some survival hacks using soda cans could save the day.
Here are 5 things our cell phones can do to help us survive a disaster. As technology advances, this list will expand.
Following a disaster, a landline phone is often more reliable than a cell phone, and that’s just one reason every prepper should get one.
The acronym TEOTWAWKI stands for ‘the end of the world as we know it.” It is used in writing as a symbol that the world will forever change.
Ranger bands are one of those versatile items you’ll want to include with your survival kits and supplies. Here are 30 ways to use them.
The idea of societal collapse may seem unimaginable, but let’s look at the three most likely ways the U.S. could collapse in the near future.
The things you do during a blackout can make a difference in terms of safety, your belongings, and the people who live there.
A safe room is a location in your home that you can retreat to in case of a threat. Here’s what you need to know before building one.
Survival fitness is often neglected by preppers. Here’s why you have no excuse, along with some workouts you can do with little space.
Although most people don’t realize it, the threat of nuclear war is greater than ever. Here’s what you’ll need to survive.