- A Primer on Propane for The Practical Prepper-Part II
- Strike Master, Strikes Again
- One More Reason To Keep Purell On Hand
- Bon Appetit: Dinner With A Tune
- 5 Good Reasons to be (Un)prepared?
- Food, Fire, Filter: 3 Out Of 4 Ain’t bad!
- Prepper Time Capsule: Wisconsin Family Finds Fallout Shelter Hidden In Their Backyard
- Can Your Machete Hack it?
- One Year In Hell…
- After The Basics and Before You Need It
Baby’s First B.O.B?
Every member of the family needs to be taken into consideration when a survival plan is put together. I’m not going to be cheesy and tell you ‘Don’t forget the youngest of the group!’ If you forget...
- Posted 64 days ago
Product Update: InstaFire
I had some issues with my original article review of Instafire, and with it getting closer and closer to summer camping season I thought it would be a good time to do an update on it. My...
- Posted 257 days ago
A few energy bars, some water should and an emergency blanket should be all you need to survive a night on the trail right? Wrong! An emergency blanket is great to have, but make sure you realize...
- Posted 331 days ago
survivalists often fall into the trap and stereotype of being so rugged that they view rough, calloused hands as a trademark of preparedness and forget that their skin is the first line of protection against all sorts...
- Posted 348 days ago
Six Tips for Dealing With the New Prepper
Commentary: A good article on how to help out any fellow preppers that are new to the scene. Community is the best way for us to be self sufficient. You will survive much longer in a group...
- Posted 401 days ago
Floods continue in Nigeria, Tensions mount
Commentary: It is stories like these that show just how brutal the world can be. In times of peril, the predatory nature of man becomes enhanced and more pronounced. If preparedness to survive natural disasters is a...
- Posted 409 days ago
Sometimes you have to break things down and rebuild them
Commentary: The author does a fair job breaking apart her go bag and rebuilding it from the ground up. Every prepper has their own personal preferences when it comes to gear so this may not be what...
- Posted 410 days ago
Do you still trust that FEMA will come to your aid?
Commentary: This is a great story that details the perils of outsourcing your safety and preparations to government agencies and not taking it upon yourself to learn skills and prepare for any type of SNAFU. The article...
- Posted 420 days ago