November 24, 2021

Layering Clothing in Cold Weather

Cold, frigid air is heading our way. If you find yourself in a chilly survival situation, it’s crucial to regulate your body temperature before executing other tasks. Exposure to freezing temperatures combined with windchill can freeze you solid. To keep your body dry and warm, layering is essential. This simple yet effective process will keep…

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November 10, 2021

Firewood for Survival

Firewood is an essential tool for survival. It’s common, renewable, and is instrumental for cooking food and staying warm. Apart from gathering a pile of twigs, dousing them in lighter fluid, and setting them ablaze, it takes a skilled outdoor enthusiast to create a proper fire. The species of wood is important to note when…

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October 28, 2021

Best Survival Podcasts of 2021

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (ok, maybe you have), you probably know that podcasts are the latest big thing. Beyond watching movies and reading books, those interested in learning about prepping, survivalism, and homesteading can now utilize a new media: podcasts. Podcasts are incredibly convenient in our fast-paced lifestyles. Instead of sitting in…

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October 13, 2021

How to Start Homesteading

A homestead is an isolated house on secluded acreage, which typically has other outbuildings on the property. For many preppers and survival enthusiasts alike, homesteads provide a feeling of peace and self-sufficiency. Decipher if homesteading is right for you by weighing the pros and cons. Continue reading further to learn more. If you have a…

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September 29, 2021

Seven Everyday Carry (EDC) Essentials

Emergencies are unpredictable, and no matter how much you prepare, they can happen in an instant. Don’t get caught off guard; ensure you are always ready for disaster by equipping an “Everyday Carry” or EDC. Your EDC is meant to be a bag, purse, or backpack that stays with you every time you leave the…

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September 16, 2021

Safeguarding Pets During a Disaster

Don’t forget your pets while creating an emergency preparedness plan! For many people, pets are like family; therefore, they shouldn’t be overlooked in your plan. Yet, according to the ASPCA, roughly 6.5 million pets arrive at animal shelters nationwide. While not all of these are a result of emergencies, remember to plan ahead, so your…

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