A Dozen Situational Awareness Tips

A Dozen Situational Awareness Tips I have to wonder if the author of this article was speaking to the small town in which I currently reside! I moved here from the city where I lived in the suburbs and commuted into the city for work. I loved the little suburb that I had moved into. …

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A Day in Your Life After an EMP

A Day in Your Life After an EMP Many of us have considered the effects of an EMP on our lives and some of us have preparations gathered for just that disaster. But what would it really be like? For you with your preps or for your friends and neighbors who didn’t think such an …

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Could Your Protective Parental Instinct Put Your Child in Danger?

  Could Your Protective Parental Instinct Put Your Child in Danger? Human beings are mammals and we tend to instinctively protect our young as do other mammals. By either aggressively attacking a threat or by fleeing the threat with our children closely in tow. Either way our parental instinct is to physically shield our child. There …

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Are People Going To LOSE IT When Times Get Really Rough?

Are People Going To LOSE IT When Times Get Really Rough? We have all seen someone ‘lose it’ in the past. Usually bogged down with stresses that have nothing to do with what finally causes them to snap. In the States these days the mere mention of politics and faces get red, voices raise and …

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Active Shooter Survival

Active Shooter Survival   We’ve all seen the Run-Hide-Fight advice regarding avoiding becoming a casualty of an active shooter. But this is the first writing that actually gives good advice on HOW to do that! Where to run to, how to interact with the first responders, what to look for when hiding, how to prepare …

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A Dozen Items That You Should Be Stockpiling

A Dozen Items That You Should Be Stockpiling   I know it’s hard to consider stockpiling while the economy is so bad. Often times it is hard to make ends meet month to month and then we tell you to be prepared both financially and with items you will need in a crisis. It seems impossible. …

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Get Your Apartment Ready for Hurricane Season

Get Your Apartment Ready for Hurricane Season Especially along the coast real estate is at a premium and many of you live in an apartment. Just because you don’t own the property you live on doesn’t change the fact that this is your home. Your family’s safety isn’t any less important than that of a …

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Is Your Nightstand Prepped?

Is Your Nightstand Prepped? While we sleep we are our most vulnerable. We take a number of precautions for these very reasons. We lock the doors and often the windows, many have alarm systems set at night with a panic button near the bed. It’s a fact that we must sleep. But we can do …

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Technology During Disaster

Technology During Disaster Many people assume that the word “prepper” is equivalent to saying not technology orientated. That equation isn’t actually correct. Yes, prepper’s do learn to do things the old way so that if technology isn’t available due to a disaster their quality of life will not suffer a total collapse. But we do understand that …

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Should You Have CCW Insurance?

Should You Have CCW Insurance? If you are going to own, have a firearm in your home or concealed on your person, first thing you need to do is learn gun safety. That is a given.  If you are planning on obtaining a concealed carry permit there are other considerations as well. Like CCW insurance, …

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