Emergency Communication Disaster Tips

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The only thing worse that facing either a man-made or natural disaster is being forced to do so without your spouse and children. Preparedness planning and practicing exit routes and having maps handy are just a few of the keys to successful survival relocation during a crisis. Leaving unconventional notes or wordless messages to loved… Read more »

Top 10 Bugout Bag Finds For Under $10

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Embarking on a self-reliant or prepper lifestyle does not require busting your budget. Prepping does not have to be expensive. Creating a well-equipped INCH (I’m not coming home) bag GHB bag (Get home bag) or bugout bag (BOB) can be accomplished with some research and bargain hunting. Fully-equipped BOB bags are readily available from a… Read more »

‘Life Changes Be Ready’ Prepper Expos Organizer Cindy Thompson Focuses On Educational Aspects Of Preparedness [Interview]

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life changes be ready expos

  Life Changes Be Ready! prepper expos are highly organized, educational, and hands-on events hosted by Cindy Thompson and her husband Jim. The recent Florida survival expo was featured on CNN. Due to the overwhelming response to the preparedness events and requests by attendees in northern states, Thompson is currently planning a spring expo in… Read more »

Economic Collapse Looms On The Horizon [Report]

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US debt

  The dollar is on the verge of failing, according to at last one notable fiscal expert. If such a financial disaster did occur, the United States would be faced with the same scenario as pre-WWII Germany. It could realistically take a wheel barrow full of cash to purchase even minimal groceries. Economic collapse could… Read more »

Honeybees Endangered By Neonicotinoids [Study]

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  European scientists say they have discovered the problem behind the declining honeybee population, and pesticides seem to be the culprit. Another neonics study revealed that toxic effects of several types of neonicotinoids used at sub lethal doses negatively impact honeybees, birds, aquatic fauna, and human health. Two types neonicotinoids often used on crops in… Read more »