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How far would someone go to get free stuff, and where do you draw the line between smart prepping and taking advantage of others? Many new preppers can be led astray by bad prepping instruction. There is a lot of prepping advice out there, and not all of it is good. I recently read an… Read more »


Priorities and Responsibilities

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When someone says the word Prepper, what comes to mind? Is it someone hording every gun and piece of ammunition they can get their hands on? They sit in the basement reading forums and websites about how the government is coming to take all of their food, guns and freedoms? Or…. Do you associate prepping… Read more »


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We are in the midst of hard times. There is no doubt about that. Consumer prices are inflated, unemployment rates are up, loans are harder to come by, changes in the environment are leading to food scarcity, and it seems to just cost more to survive these days. Often, this is the time that many… Read more »


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In the event of a disaster, are you prepared with your food supply? I mean really prepared for the long haul? We live in dangerous times, and the risk of something bad happening globally is just too high. Just take a look at the news on any given day, and you can’t help but be… Read more »


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Prepping is very personal. You have to be prepared in the way that makes sense for you and for your family, for the disasters that you are most likely to face. You also have to avoid prepping mistakes. As we grow as preppers, we will naturally evolve and learn. Situations change, there are new disasters… Read more »