Things you should not do after SHTF

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It is not a matter of if but when you will have to face the consequences of a disaster. Thousands of people are affected every year by natural disasters such as tornadoes, floods and super storms. Not to mention that there are even man-made disasters that can drastically change your way of life. If you … Read more…

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Three steps to wilderness survival to learn

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During my camping trips, I often had the pleasure to chat with different park rangers. We often discuss about wilderness survival and about the rescue missions they partaken. After countless discussions I can state that wilderness survival is based on three factors: survival knowledge, equipment and will to survive. These are the main factors that … Read more…

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Common Threats You Will Encounter After Any Disaster

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While every each and one of us prepares for a certain type of disaster scenario, there are some common threats that follow any type of disaster. Of course that the aftermath of each disaster is specific to the situation, region and level of preparedness of an individual, but there are a few general situations to … Read more…

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A Survival Guide: How to Prepare for Hurricane Season

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This year may be one of the worst years for hurricanes. The best thing to do is to be prepared if you live in a dangerous area where a hurricane could hit. Don’t think that it won’t happen to you, because it could. Take some time and make a list of supplies you need. I’ve … Read more…

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Mistakes to avoid when bugging out

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Whether you chose to bug out on your own terms or you are ordered by local authorities to leave your home, make sure you have everything covered. Survival for you and your loved ones may depend on the preparations you make and your chances increase greatly if you avoid these bugging out mistakes. Bugging out … Read more…

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Surviving an active shooter scenario

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Surviving in today’s modern times it’s becoming more and more difficult and besides the natural hazards we are prepping for, we also have to pay attention to the human factor. Man-made threats seem to increase with every passing year and terrorist attacks and active shooter scenarios are present now more than ever. Surviving an active … Read more…

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Your daily life with and without power

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Electricity is the blood of our modern world and we can’t function for more than a few hours without power. We take it for granted and we assume that electricity will always be part of our life, and we somehow forgot that our ancestors managed to live well-enough without power. This world will be a … Read more…

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What disaster scenarios are you prepping for?

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In 2013 there were an estimated 3.7 million preppers in the United States and the number has grown constantly since then. It seems that there are many disaster scenarios people fear and what seemed like an “odd” trend at first is now becoming a constant reality. Many Americans are readying for the worst and their … Read more…

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Becoming a leader during a crisis when others panic

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  People will panic most often because they are ill prepared to deal with the situation that may be escalating. The reality of the situation is more than they can handle because no mental or physical preparations were ever made. In those challenging times people will look for a leader, for someone to tell them … Read more…

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The immediate impacts of a grid down event – Things you should know!

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It is no longer a secret that our government is preparing for a grid down event and that such event is currently one of the most probable crises that would impact every area of our lives. A power grid down event doesn’t mean the same thing as losing power for a few hours and there … Read more…

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Surviving Week One post-disaster

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Before you end up bartering or growing a garden for survival, you must survive the first week on your own. If the power grid crashes, if an ice storm hits your area or if any other disaster will disrupt your normal living conditions, surviving week one post-disaster will become a challenge. Help will likely come, … Read more…

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The 4 levels of preparedness you should know

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    For our grandparents, general preparedness was a normal activity and it was part of their daily lives. They used to do things by themselves in order to survive and thrive and they weren’t reluctant to ask help from neighbors when things got tough. Nowadays, preparedness is seen as something extreme by the mainstream society … Read more…

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Prepper’s Threat Analysis – Establishing Prepping Priorities

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Lately, a lot of people sent me emails asking what they should prepare for and if I can spare some tips for beginners. The answer to their question is never easy and I tell them that they should start first by making a threat analysis. I wanted to write this article in order to help … Read more…

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Saving Pets During Disasters

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Keeping your beloved pets safe is a real duty because they are members of your family. Your pets provide comfort and companionship and they shouldn’t be left behind when disaster strikes. Saving pets during disasters is not easy and you should be prepared for the worst. Many of us have one or two pets that … Read more…

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Homeless Survival Lessons – Good tips for all

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Can you imagine what life would be like if suddenly you lost your house, your bank accounts and almost everything that matters to you? What then? How will you survive being homeless? One thing is certain, it isn’t going to be easy and these homeless survival lessons learned from the less fortunate might come in … Read more…

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How to handle Domestic Refugees when SHTF

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A major crisis will create multiple waves of refugees and in time, these refugees can become a major problem for the entire world. The conflict in Syria and the Paris attacks are just recent examples of what human exodus can lead to. When SHTF, there will be a lot of domestic refugees roaming around and … Read more…

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EMP Attack Survival Guide

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  You wake up in the middle of the night and hear a crash sound outside. The lights are off and you stumble in the dark to find a working flashlight. Once you get outside you notice that a power outage hit your neighborhood, you check your phone but it’s dead too. That doesn’t make … Read more…

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Get Home Bag Essentials

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You are at work and you are trying to beat the clock, is just one of those days when nothing seems out of the ordinary. Suddenly you hear sirens in the distance and the power goes out, you try to use the cellphone but the line is busy, it’s not use. You know that a … Read more…

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Australian man survives 6 days by eating ants

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A 62 year old man who got lost in the Australian desert after chasing a camel, managed to survive for 6 days only by eating ants. This is an amazing survival story of human determination. Reginald Foggerdy, a 62 year old hunter abandoned the car driven by his brother in order to pursue a camel … Read more…

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