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Why Prepping Is Right for Everyone

Prepping is what individuals and families do in order to be self-reliant in the event of a major disaster. It’s important to be prepared because during a time of crisis, you don’t want to have to scramble to stay alive.When disasters occur, normal routines get interrupted. That means food items are delayed on their way to the grocery stores, whic can lead to widespread outages of food and other necessities such as water and medication.Before a disaster strikes, if people know it’s coming, such as a storm, you’ll often see news images of empty grocery shelves. That’s because people [...]

2017-11-15T11:15:37+00:00 November 10th, 2017|Categories: Getting Started|0 Comments

12 Disaster Survival Essentials

Being prepared for a disaster emergency is essential for survival. If you’re just getting started with your survival preparation, it’s important to know the essentials. There are hundreds of items you can purchase to go in your survival storage, but there are some you absolutely must have. In this report you’ll learn the most important survival items you can have. This is enough to help you get started. Once you’ve obtained these items, you can begin to add more and more to your survival cache. 1. Water Water is the most important nutrient you must have. [...]

2017-11-17T17:44:59+00:00 November 10th, 2017|Categories: Getting Started|0 Comments

35 Survival Tips for the Rookie Prepper

Surviving during a disaster event takes a lot of preparation and determination, even more so if it is a SHTF event. You need to be ready if you are going to survive. But, how do you achieve "ready"? If you are new to prepping, it might seem a daunting task to get prepared to survive. Here are 35 survival tips to keep in mind that will help you to be ready for anything that comes your way. Survival Tip #1: Get out of debt. If there is an economic crisis, being in [...]

2017-11-17T18:17:36+00:00 November 10th, 2017|Categories: Getting Started|0 Comments

Survive or Suffer? What Will You Do During TEOTWAWKI?

I came across an article asking, in a nutshell, how do you choose to suffer? What pain do you choose to endure? When reading, I found myself thinking about the pain that would occur in a SHTF or TEOTWAWKI situation. Most disaster events cause hunger, thirst, cold, injury and, worst of all, death for a lot of people. They undoubtedly bring a lot of pain and suffering to a lot of people. However, I believe that preppers mitigate this pain and suffering in so many ways, just by preparing. We spread our pain out over the time before these [...]

2017-11-14T11:34:10+00:00 March 2nd, 2015|Categories: Getting Started|0 Comments

What Preppers Need to Know about Buying Gold and Silver

Many experienced preppers recommend purchasing gold and silver for SHTF and TEOTWAWKI events. I see tweets and posts about buying silver. The problem is, none of these tweets tell you how to buy precious metals. I always click to see what they have to say, and more often than not, it’s an ad just to buy it. So, I decided to write a guide to help those of you that don’t know much about buying gold and silver. Why buy gold and silver as a prep? Until just recently, all civilizations used gold and silver as their currency. Gold [...]

2017-11-14T11:34:42+00:00 February 25th, 2015|Categories: Getting Started|Tags: , , |0 Comments

TEOTWAWKI Planning by Time from the SHTF Event

For me, the best way to plan out my doomsday scenario is by length of time from the SHTF event, whatever it is.  I am operating on the assumption that supply chains, communications, power, etc. are not operating.  Anything more catastrophic than that, and I'm talking meteor or volcano or some shit like that, and you can't really plan, just be prepared to meet the challenges that accompany it. With the above assumption, you need to think immediately after, and that really entails what most of us have already experienced from inclement weather.  Food, water, security are my main [...]

2017-11-14T11:34:56+00:00 January 31st, 2014|Categories: Getting Started|0 Comments