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When you live in a big city, some of the most common prepping advice may not apply to you. An apartment dweller would have a hard time growing two acres of crops and raising livestock, for example. This does not mean that living in a big city means you are zoomed if disaster strikes, Hollywood… Read more »


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Candles definitely come in handy in disaster prepping. But, did you know that there are many other household uses for candles and candle stubs? The next time you have some extra candles around, try using them in one of the following ways. You may just find a favorite use that you can incorporate into your… Read more »


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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 »


72 hours

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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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  Livestock both small and large must be kept healthy to provide food and milk for the family during a long-term natural or man-made disaster. When the food supply chain is interrupted for even a short period of time, grocery store shelves will empty in a matter of days – if not hours. The natural… Read more »


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The following seven items must be stockpiled now for emergency survival. Some of them are already becoming less available.   Most preppers know that you must stockpile food, water and ammunition as insurance in case of disaster, but there are other items that are important to have as well. Go through the list and make… Read more »


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Aging brings on a lot of changes in our lives. One of those changes is usually diet. One of the changes many people have is a low salt diet. For this reason, buying salt in bulk is not really something you might think about. Well, in a survival scenario salt is really important to have… Read more »


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Emergencies come in all shapes and sizes.There are natural disasters, man-made disasters, and personal disasters. We need a variety of things prepared and ready for any emergency. I’m sure you’ve thought about storing water, and food, and a first aid kit. Those are important. But you need to be sure you also are prepared for… Read more »