Your Health Impacts Your Survival!

In all the hustle and bustle to get prepared to face a disaster, there are often things that get overlooked. Some are purely by accident, others are simple oversights and then there are a few which may actually be because we don't want to face them. We'd rather pretend that everything is okay in that area, rather than do something about it. There are a number of things that can fall into this area, and we always have our excuses for why we ignore them. But that doesn't make it better and it doesn't make it right. When the time...

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Your Home - Your Fortress

Preparing to defend home and family is a normal part of disaster preparedness. Whether you're preparing for the zombie apocalypse, a financial collapse, some TEOTWAWKI event or just a natural disaster, you probably recognize the risks that these events can bring to your family. There's just something about disasters that brings out the worst in some people. Whether it is from desperation because they are unprepared or simply from people seeing the disaster as an opportunity to do what the law stops them from doing at other times, crime rates tend to increase in the wake of a disaster. Two-legged...

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Firearms and Survival - What Words and What Doesn't

One of the hottest topics in the realm of prepping and survival is that of firearms. Everyone has an opinion about what is best, as well as arguments as to why they are right. The problem is, all of those opinions are probably right in certain circumstances. But what is right in one circumstance or for one person isn't necessarily right for another. You and I have to figure out what will work for us, not what will work for somebody else. The thing is, there are lots of different survival scenarios. So, what might work for you in one...

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Financial Survival

Of all the possible disasters that one can face, probably one of the most common is a personal financial crisis. Most of us will pass through one of these at least some time in our lives (maybe more than one); whether due to job loss, a major medical emergency, wrecking a car or necessary repairs to our home. But those are just on a personal level. We also have the possibility of passing through a more widespread financial collapse or just suffer the results of a major natural disaster. The people who lived through Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy weren't...

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