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Being an organized mom is a tough, but necessary, challenge when you have a family of five. Of course, the organization skills, the scheduling moms have to do, the always knowing where something is, can come in handy for prepping as well. So whether you are a mom, a dad, or just a responsible citizen,… Read more »


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One of the most important ways to prepare for an emergency of any type is to have health and strength to deal with the emergency. It is important to be physically fit so that you can manage life after TEOTWAWKI, should that ever happen. So you will, of course, try to get into better physical… Read more »


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If you think that the government is going to come to your aid during a disaster, then maybe you should learn about 72. The rule of 72 is well known to government officials and rescue organizations. It stands for 72 hours, the time when citizens will be left on their own to survive, however they… Read more »


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We never know when we will have to just grab a bag quickly to take with us in an emergency – is your “bug out bag” ready to go? Do you know much about them? Here’s some information that might help you get a bag to use for a “bug out bag”. What’s a Bug… Read more »


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Did you stockpile enough aluminum foil? This versatile product is a valuable resource. Here are eighteen different emergency and preparedness uses for aluminum foil. We bet you haven’t thought of them all. To be prepared, we suggest that you purchase a large amount of “heavy duty” or restaurant quality foil.   Attract Fish When the fish aren’t… Read more »


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A few days ago, I returned from a vacation. The last night I was there, we were outside for about 5 or 10 minutes, and by morning I had found at least ten mosquito bites on my arms and legs. Those thirsty little blood-suckers really had a feast, and I was paying the price. It… Read more »


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If you need glasses, or corrective eyewear, to see, then you better make some additional prepping arrangements in case disaster strikes. Otherwise, your rate of survival will go down, significantly. Your vision is one of the most important resources that you have. If there is an emergency, will use it almost every moment that you… Read more »


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When you’re at home, you can control most of your environment as you prepare for emergencies. You can buy water and food to store, and you can have backpacks packed with emergency items that you could take with you at a moment’s notice. When traveling, it’s a different story. An emergency can be a real… Read more »


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  There’s no way to predict with 100% certainty where you will be when an emergency happens. You could be at home (depending on how much of your time you’re at home – but most of us are home at least 1/3 of the time, while we sleep). You could be at work (that could… Read more »


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What happens if TSHTF and you don’t have everything you need? There are a number of reasons that this could happen, even to the best preppers. A miscalculation, a bizarre unanticipated event, storage failure, an extended crisis, or changing needs could all lead to a bad situation. You need something and you don’t have it…. Read more »