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Well, in the world of prepping, a broken backpack means nothing as long as you have a couple of materials at the ready.
Surviving on the road is something every prepper dreads. But, it’s necessary in case of a major disaster or catastrophe that causes you to evacuate your home. In 2004, a record-breaking tsunami struck South Asia, killing
I haven’t been able to understand why the expression “to live like an Amish” has a pejorative meaning. Not until I started to live like a prepper.
Prepping is not something you postpone for the future. It is something you design for the present.
Do not take sodium bicarbonate if the powder is not fully dissolved, and never take it when your stomach is full of food and you are bloated.
Prepping is not about running to the store in the day disaster starts. On the contrary. Prepping is making sure we have a Plan B, C, etc.
I don't want you to wait until it's too late. And isn’t that the whole purpose of prepping? To be prepared? So please remember that next time you're surfing Final Prepper.
If you are a person that lives a prepared lifestyle chances are these seasons mean other things, too. Many vital tasks and responsibilities are season specific.
It's time to talk money. And how do we make some extra for our prepping efforts. Let's go through some of the ways to achieving this goal.