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You might have read several books about preparing for the worst case scenarios and might have practiced it several times at home, and that is good. Learning the basic skills to be prepared and to survive is a necessity and gives us the power of self-reliance. But knowledge is far different from habit, which is […]
This week a Greek ferry caught fire in the Adriatic Sea with 437 people on board and at least 10 people have died already. The fire has come with stories of complete chaos and panic from the survivors.Many have recounted that the crew was not helping at all but fending for themselves. There was […]
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Before choosing a bug out bag, it is important to have the items that you needed first. Knowing what you need and making sure that it will all fit in a single bag is more important than buying the bag just because you like its color. In choosing the best bug out bag, 4 things should […]
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Product Spotlight: SunJack Portable Solar Charger (14W) In this review, we’ll be rating the very handy SunJack Portable Solar Phone Charger (14W). Recommended Rating: 5 Stars ★★★★★ Portable power for your communication devices is becoming a requirement for most everyone, especially preppers. How many times do you see people sitting on the floor next to outlets at airports, restaurants […]
A Huge Thank You! We, at the Home For Survival, truly enjoy bringing information to the prepper community. It is entirely a team effort from the THFS research team to our great advertisers to our wonderful team of writers. Here’s a quick rundown of what keeps our site going. Our Research/Writing Team Each day, our […]
While doomsday prepping or preparing a survival package in the event of an emergency, most people pack the essentials or doomsday items. Logically, that makes perfect sense. The first thing that will run out during a state of emergency is food. Whether the modern world gets taken to its knees because of a virus, zombie […]
Last week we touched on the solar lantern and received some great feedback from satisfied consumers. This week, we pick one of my favorite items as I am a big multi-takser. When you need light and your hands free to do something else, a headlamp is a key tool. However, the move to LED has […]
You don’t realize how dark a house gets until you don’t have electricity. Our recent experience with Hurricane Sandy showed us that. Luckily we had a generator to power some basic items during the storm. However, my aunt and uncle did not have a generator and I provided them with two solar powered lanterns with […]
We, at the Home For Survival, have talked about being on the East Coast for Hurricane Sandy and others a year ago. We spoke of it as it related to feeling a bit like it would if the SHTF. However, we never discussed how to handle the in-between. When the world has not experienced devastation, just […]
Recently, we’ve asked our readers for feedback on what they would like to see more of from our site. A good many of the folks said they would like to hear of some of the preps we’ve gathered and if they are any good. Remember, if we don’t own, we won’t review it. So, we’ve […]
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