Category Archive: Prepping

Tips for New Preppers

Tips for New Preppers Every year our numbers grow. New preppers come of age, witness a disaster, or simply realize that being prepared is only another type of insurance for their families. It doesn’t matter why what matters is they are enlightened now and we at the Prepared Page welcome them to our membership. Long …

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Survival Tips Learned From The Revenant

Survival Tips Learned From The Revenant The Revenant and Man in the Wilderness are both movies made from the harsh survival story of Hugh Glass. Hugh Glass was an American frontiersman, explorer, fur trapper/trader, and hunter. He is known for his story of survival and retribution. Angered by being left for dead by his comrades after he was mauled by …

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The Complete Compost Guide

The Complete Compost Guide New to gardening or not we can always learn more! Compost is a terrific way to recycle and reuse some household waste and be kind to the earth at the same time. The earth then repays us for this kindness by increasing our garden output! A win win scenario. Robinson Loves …

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Guide to Using Super Glue for Closing Wounds

Guide to Using Super Glue for Closing Wounds Sometimes the most is learned and gained from our mistakes. This is one of those products. The original intent in development of the product wasn’t as a glue at all. But the failed product was too sticky for its purposes. This unintended side effect is what has …

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Deadly Events Where Your “Fight or Flight” Instinct Could Save You

Deadly Events Where Your “Fight or Flight” Instinct Could Save You We are always told in an emergency scenario not to panic. In just my personal opinion panic results from our fight or flight instinct flooding our bodies with the adrenaline and our minds not knowing what to do with that energy. Running in circles, …

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100+ Paracord Projects

100+ Paracord Projects Just because it’s a rainy day or if you are snow bound there are still prepping projects that you can do! It’s also a good way to get the kids involved with preparation efforts. Paracord is a prepping staple. It has so many uses in a time of crisis. If we have …

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Has the Clock Run Out on North Korea?

Has the Clock Run Out on North Korea? As a preparedness site, we try extremely hard to remain neutral when it comes to politics. So please understand that even if an opinion in one of the featured blogs is politically charged, our reason for posting it, is because it is a world event that directly …

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Female Preppers – Defenses

Female Preppers – Defenses There was a time when prepping was seen as a man’s world. Now women can and do take care of themselves and often their children on their own. Modern marriage is seen as a partnership of equal proportions with both partners participating in the gathering of income while keeping the home …

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Masking Noise and Light Signatures

Masking Noise and Light Signatures Masking the lights and sounds we make seems obvious in a SHTF scenario. But there are both sounds and light emissions that we don’t even think about. The jingle of the change in our pockets, the tickle in the back of our throats that needs to be cleared, the flash …

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EDC Concealed Carry SCOTTeVEST

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EDC Concealed Carry SCOTTeVEST Some products designed for other activities end up being a prepper‘s best friend. The SCOTTeVEST is one of those products. If you have enough everyday carry (EDC) to fill your pockets you know how helpful this jacket or vest could be! It is available both in a jacket or vest  and …

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