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6 Reasons Why People Won’t Start Prepping

6 Reasons Why People Won’t Start Prepping

People who are actually prepared for a disaster are few and far in between. Surveys taken indicate that only 10% of those surveyed are prepared.  Most people aren’t even prepared for a minor disruption let alone a major disaster. History […]

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8 Reasons to Start Prepping Now

8 Reasons to Start Prepping Now

In our society, preppers are generally regarded as paranoid or even crazy. The truth is that preppers are among the most responsible of people. They’re constantly looking ahead to potential emergencies or disasters and preparing accordingly. Perhaps you’re someone who […]

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The Practical Prepper: Not Prepping For SHTF

The Practical Prepper: Not Prepping For SHTF

In previous posts,  I have wrote about the frugal prepper.  Obtaining prepping supplies does not have to cost a fortune.  In this post I would like to talk about the practical prepper.  The practical prepper doesn’t really know whether he […]

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The Frugal Prepper: 7 Prepping Supplies to Buy Under 100 Dollars

The Frugal Prepper: 7 Prepping Supplies to Buy Under 100 Dollars

You want to be more prepared, but unfortunately prepping isn’t free. Purchasing prepping supplies doesn’t need to break the bank. You just need an intelligent easy to follow guide to prepping on a budget. For the frugal prepper, If money […]

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11 Items You Don’t Need In Your Bug Out Bag

11 Items You Don’t Need In Your Bug Out Bag

Every bug out bag will be different. There are essential items that every bug out bag should have, but you should customize your bag based on where you live, what type of disaster is most likely  to occur in your […]

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Winter Safety Tips

Winter Safety Tips

Winter storms have a thousand ways of interrupting dinner. Power outages are common as ice builds up on power lines. Car slide offs regularly take out transformers. Deep snow and ice can either keep you or supply trucks from getting […]

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Was There An Earthquake Today?

Was There An Earthquake Today?

The 7.8 magnitude quake that ravaged part of Ecuador’s Pacific coast on April 16 injured about 12,500 people and more than 650 people lost their lives. The power of that earthquake is a reminder of the dangers in the U.S. […]

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What To Do In A Tornado

What To Do In A Tornado

Although tornadoes can occur at any time of the year, tornado season is already underway, with destructive tornadoes tearing through Texas during the second week of March. Perhaps you live in the downtown area of a major city and believe […]

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Flood Preparation Tips

Flood Preparation Tips

Floods are common throughout the United States, and most flooding events are relatively harmless. However, major floods, especially those caused by hurricanes, can be extremely serious. In fact, during Hurricane Katrina, 80 percent of New Orleans was flooded, and the […]

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Facts About Wildfires

Facts About Wildfires

August is Wildfire Awareness Month. Wildland fires are a serious threat to lives and property in the U.S. The combination of drought, warmer temperatures, high winds and an excess of dried vegetation in forests and grasslands have made fire seasons […]

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