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Having read hundreds if not thousands of articles on preparedness, one of the common themes that I see consistently among all authors on all
By now most casual preppers and survivalists have become at least moderately aware of the basic essentials of survival.
The more hardcore
In recent years, beekeeping has grown as a hobby to help families grow healthier plants while also helping the families be more self-reliant.
During the civil war, Southerners would bury their household silver, gold, and other valuables when the Northern army came near. For this reason, many
One common misconception about emergency preparedness is that food storage quality doesn’t matter as long as you have some food stored that will last
If the catastrophic event you’ve been preparing for does one day come about, it will be a fearsome test of your survivalism. Like any
Bug In or Bug Out?
For me my first choice is a bug in at home though I am not sold on it as a
Prepping in its most basic form to me is about proactively taking steps to ensure you and those around you are ready with skills,