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By Don Richey Good for you, the more people who are prepared the better. But don’t make a common mistake many new preppers make, trying to do too much too fast. Then they either get frustrated and quit or end up thinking they’re all set but find they missed some important basics. Unless you have […]
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By Allen Baler 4Patriots LLC To a survivalist, depending entirely on the world outside for a basic need is an unacceptable risk. The idea of not having a way of feeding their families in the event of a major calamity is an intolerable one. One of the most accessible ways of ensuring a steady supply […]
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Dental Hygiene should be a part of our daily lives and even more important in a survival situation for many reasons. Having access to a Dentist may be a serious challenge in a survival or prepper scenario. How will you maintain oral hygiene when your toothpaste has been exhausted? What will be your alternative methods […]
Guest Post written by: Elijah Williams As a nation we don’t spend much time on our feet in an active manner. Labor and skilled labor jobs see most feet on the ground. There are professions that have the potential for long hours on your feet, along with the possibility of sudden strenuous and athletic demands, […]
Every prepper knows the importance of water. Quite simply, you can’t live without it. Within three days, dehydration will take hold and death soon thereafter. The procurement and catchment from a water source is step one. Water Purification is step two. The water you’re hoping to drink might be riddled with parasites or bacteria particles, […]
Guest article written by: Edwin Morales Some people call it bugging out, I call it being mobile. Not everyone is ready to come to terms that it’s a possibility that everything they have worked so hard for may be taken away from them. The reality is that not every plan is 100% fool proof. There […]
By T. K. Barwood wildweedsblog.com Amaranth is today’s topic. I like this plant because a lot of people have heard of it, but don’t really know what it is or how to use it. Wild amaranth is usually green with a green to red stem. The stems are weak and only grow 2-3 feet tall. […]
By Christina Moore Renovating or remodeling a home can be difficult and time-consuming. What’s more, when it comes to older houses, the risks associated with renovations can be significant. For example, older homes can contain a number of hazardous materials, some of which can pose serious health risks to your and your family. Thankfully, though, […]
Daniel Vale Baltimore Prepper Examiner Statistics prove the need to prepare for disasters. Why then, are some people so resistant to doing so? This article will discuss some of the reasons people are resistant to prepping, and how to change their perspectives. Family members, of course, are the most important people to convince that prepping […]
Every winter home owners get ready to turn on the heating system for warmth. From cleaning the unit to having the system serviced, a heating unit must be taken care of to ensure that system is ready to function properly. Home owners also take steps to try and save money as home heating can get […]
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