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Storm Season: Prepare Your Business for a Hurricane

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We like to pretend we are masters of our environment, but the simple truth is, even in this day of mechanical marvels and technological wonders, we are still at the whim of Mother Nature...

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Survival Garden: How to Build an Affordable Underground Greenhouse

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To prepare for a natural or man-made disaster, many survivalists are busy stocking up on shelf-stable food and water...

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Boats: The Open Water Bug-Out Alternative

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According to the NOAA, the oceans cover 71 percent of the Earth’s surface. This means that if you’re looking for an open, off-the-grid destination to take your group when the SHTF, heading out on the water can’t be beat...

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Guest Post: A dry run…….

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This post originally appeared over at ModernSurvivalOnline.com. It can be seen in its original format HERE.

by JD in Texas

Well, I was given a dry run on survival preparation one Saturday last fall.  About 9:30 a.m...

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Guest Post: To the Wives, Girlfriends and Other Happy Ladies

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This post was originally published as part of a Guest Post Writing Contest over at ModernSurvivalOnline. It can be seen in its original format HERE.

By Jennifer S. in Reno

Today I woke up and did some house cleaning, I did some laundry and vacuumed...

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Modern Body Armor Effectiveness Is Important When Protecting Your Family

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When the power goes out in a community for an extended period of time, there are many people who find themselves feeling very vulnerable...

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Thoughts on Survival and Preparedness

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The following post was originally published over at ModernSurvivalOnline. It can be seen HERE in its original format. – Rourke

Thoughts on Survival and Preparedness

by Robert

 

 I was curious to read much of what other people who prepare had to say...

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When It’s Time to Bug Out, Will Your Car be Ready?

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You can pack the most comprehensive bug-out bag in the world, but if your vehicle won’t start, you’re not going anywhere at that crucial moment. Being prepared is more than just stockpiling supplies to get you through an emergency...

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Preppers Paradise: Basics To Build A Backyard Bunker

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Peter Larson, a Utah survivalist with a home and family, gave CNN a tour of his elaborate $65,000 bunker he built in the mountains in preparation for what he called “the last days...

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What Preppers Need to Know About Small Game Hunting

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To survive in the wild when SHTF, you have to learn to hunt the most abundant forms of game. This includes rabbits, squirrels, quail, turtle and even the occasional chipmunk, if pickings are slim...

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10 Things That Should Be Found In A Senior Citizen’s Home Emergency Kit

10 Things That Should Be Found In A Senior Citizen’s Home Emergency Kit

Accidents can and do happen even if you have taken measures towards preventing them, but having the necessary materials on hand greatly increases the likelihood of a positive out...

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How to Choose the Best Body Armor for Personal Protection?

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How to Choose the Best Body Armor for Personal Protection?

by Anthony

When you are looking for body armor that would protect you from either ballistic or stab/spike attacks, there are a few things you should consider, before finally making your min...

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Guest Post: Always Think About Layers

Always Think About Layers

by Jason

It is no secret that wearing layers of clothing is a very sensible idea, especially if you are going to be exposed to the elements...

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How to keep your Food Storage Safe in The Summer

How to keep your Food Storage Safe in The Summer

The summer is finally here, and with it, warm weather, longer days, beaming sunshine, and trees and plants that are full of life...

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Guest Post: Avoid The Gym By Heading Out Into The Wild

Avoid The Gym By Heading Out Into The Wild

by English Jane

Being fit and active is important in the current climate but not everyone is as keen as working out in the gym as some people...

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Guest Post: Proper Rest Is Crucial To Make The Most Of A Trip

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Proper Rest Is Crucial To Make The Most Of A Trip

by English Jane

Anyone that is looking to go off on a big adventure or who is looking to enjoy a survival session in the wilderness will no doubt be focused on the physical exertions that await them...

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Preparation for Hydration

Preparation for Hydration

by LB

Drinking water is the single most consistently found item in every survival kit, be it short-term or long-term.  We can survive for extended periods without food and even with limited shelter...

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Preparations for Disasters that Strike Close to Home

Preparations for Disasters that Strike Close to Home

by LB

Disasters happen every moment of every day all over the globe...

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Guest Post: Conservation and Sustainability at the Individual Level

Conservation and Sustainability at the Individual Level

by LB

A lot is being done at the local, state and federal level to conserve the planet’s resources and to help lead a more sustainable lifestyle...

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IT IS WHAT IT IS BUT IT AINT WHAT IT USED TO BE

IT IS WHAT IT IS BUT IT AINT WHAT IT USED TO BE
I (WROTE) MANY OF THOSE OLD COUNTRY SONGS
by Longarm
  Many times daily now I am reminded that I have become a “Seasoned Prepper”...
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Guest Post: How to Bag Yourself an Ex-Military Bargain

How to Bag Yourself an Ex-Military Bargain

 by H.T.

As the credit crunch continues and further defence cuts are being made, people with an eye for a military bargain are suddenly finding that they can pick up all sorts of military hardware...

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Guest Post: Planning for two possibilities…….

Planning For Two Possibilities

by H.T.

Sometimes you get things because you need them, sometimes because you want them, and occasionally, to be honest, it is just because you like them. None of these are bad reasons at all...

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Guest Post: Could Your Flu Shot Help Your Heart?

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You might have already talked to your doctor about getting a flu shot this year in an effort to combat seasonal illness. Now, this vaccine is readily available in places like health clubs, neighborhood pharmacies and community clinics, too...

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What Level of Prep is Right For You?

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 The following post was originally publish over at ModernSurvivalOnline.com as part of a recent Guest Post Writing Contest. It can be found in its original state HERE

What Level of Prep is Right For You?

by MsKYprepper

 

I don’t like bees o...

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Guest Post: Don’t Have Eight Hours to Wait? Head to Urgent Care

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If you’re like many people, you avoid the emergency room like the plague; not because you’re afraid, but because you don’t want it to turn into an all-day event...

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