Even though bugging out would be the last resort for most preppers, it remains one of the most popular subjects in preparedness circles. This is because while none of us want to leave everything we … [Continue...]
At one point or another in our preparedness journey we are bound to lose our motivation for prepping. Battling complacency and “prepper burnout” is something just about everyone goes through. Even … [Continue...]
If you had no other choice, could you make your own clothes? If you had to could you bake a cake from scratch? Or if you had to could you grow your own food to feed your family?
These are all … [Continue...]
Although most of us can’t go as much as we would like,taking vacations and traveling is something we are bound to do at one point or another. This could be for work, for family events, or just to take … [Continue...]
Depending on the circumstances, fish antibiotics could be a big part of your preparedness plans. It’s important to note though if you plan on having or using antibiotics, you need to understand when … [Continue...]
I’ve received quite a few questions recently about doing a
podcast on fish antibiotics for preppers, and because Lisa and I did a couple
great podcasts a while back, I decided to revive them with this … [Continue...]
Operational security, situational awareness and intelligence
gathering they not the subjects that you typically think about when you think
prepping, but they are just as important as any of the … [Read More...]
A well-stocked Pantry is not only an important part a preppers food storage, it also offers peace of mind when times get tough. When done properly, building and maintaining your food storage pantry … [Read More...]
When it comes to preparedness, our main concerns are usually
centered around how much we can stockpile, and how long we are prepared for.
Most preppers tend to fall short when it comes to long term … [Read More...]