10 Survival Items Any Prepper Would Love As a Gift!

10 Survival Items Any Prepper Would Love As a Gift!




Desert Survival – Water and Terrain Tactics

You must prepare and understand the environment your facing in order to survive an arid or desert climate. You’ll need to determine your equipment needs, the tactics you’ll be using, and how the environment will effect your equipment and tactics. Your survival will depend on your knowledge of terrain, basic climate elements, your ability to cope with these elements, and your will to survive.

California Wildfires – Enough to Jeopardize Your Health?

The wildfires in California have consumed property and threatened lives in the southern region of the state. More than 500,000 people have left their homes, constituting the largest evacuation in the state’s history– and it appears that many more will soon to follow suit and escape the flames. This article discusses tips for avoiding exposure to smoke so that you can keep your a healthy oasis in spite of wildfire smoke.

Prepare Your Home For a Hurricane

A disaster can come at any time, especially if you, like me, live in a hurricane prone area. How do you prepare for a hurricane? What do you need to stock up on? How can you survive? What do you do to your home?

Emergency Backup Power – Can You Afford to Be in the Dark?

Power failures due to extreme weather, high power usage, aging utilities, and other unpredictable events continue to increase nationwide. Any restaurant that has been forced to dispose of spoiled meat and produce can tell you how expensive even a short power outage can be.

Are You Prepared For A Natural Disaster?

Hardly a day goes by that we don’t hear of some kind of natural disaster. I have found myself sitting in front of my TV watching stories of people whose lives have suddenly been turned upside down and whose very survival is now threatened. Having an Emergency Preparedness Kit ready can assure you of having important needed equipment in the event of a disaster.

Prepare Your Emergency Kit – Seven Ideas to Organizing Your Emergency Supplies

If a tornado, hurricane, earthquake, flood or other disaster or emergency struck, would you have the basic emergency supplies you need? You could have many or most emergency supplies in or around your home. Use these seven points to get your emergency kit organized with the emergency supplies you need for you and your family.

Tornadoes, Hurricanes, and Earthquakes Are Just a Few Reasons to Keep Clean Water on Hand

While tornadoes, hurricanes and earthquakes are not the only emergency or disaster situations that could require having clean water on hand, they can be some of the worse. If you were faced with an emergency or disaster situation, would you have clean drinking water to last until the situation was over? Clean drinking water will be your number one supply needed in an emergency or disaster. Use this list to help you plan your water supply needs.

Frugal Ways to Prepare For Bad Weather

Weather is the one thing you can’t control. But you can control how you are prepared for emergencies and bad weather situations. And you can do it frugally.

Family Emergency Planning

Are you prepared in case of an emergency? Do you have a contingency plan in place to provide stability for yourself and your family. Learn what you could and should do in the event of a natural, man-made or common emergency.

Lessons in Lightning – Staying Safe During Electrical Storms

Many regions across the United States experience lightning storms throughout the year. And although it is not high on the list of causes of death, it is still a danger to people and animals when one is not prepared and protected when caught outdoors during an electrical storm. Brush up on your outdoor safety and learn some lessons in lightning.

How to Organize and Prepare For Emergency and Disaster Situations

No one should live in constant fear of a disaster. Thankfully, chances are very good you’ll never experience one. But unfortunately, the reality is that disasters such as hurricanes, floods, fires, and terrorist acts are not as unlikely as they used to be. So being at least reasonably prepared for an emergency or disaster is a smart idea. These 8 tips will help you organize and be prepared so you can live your life without fear of having to rebuild your life without the critical information you need.

Keeping Your Important Documents Safe During Disasters

As victims of recent disasters have found, being without your birth certificate, social security card or bank account numbers after a major or minor disaster can be a huge problem. But with this checklist, you’ll be able to make a completely accessible repository all of your vital documents and communications that you can use, whether you’re dealing with a simple medical emergency, or with a major disaster and need your important documents to start over. Let’s begin by gathering all of your important documents.

Preparing for a Natural Disaster, Terrorists Attack or Bird Flu Pandemic

One of the things we should of learned over the last year is “be prepared”. Be prepared for a natural disaster that strikes without warning, a terrorist attack that strikes without warning or the newest threat–a bird flu pandemic.

Home and Work Fireplace Safety Tips

Most homes look and feel cozier when they have a fireplace, especially a workable one that the owners use on occasion. But even an attractive fixture of this type can be dangerous if it is not managed correctly or safely. If you have recently purchased a home that has a fireplace, find and read maintenance guidelines to make sure your fireplace continues to be a source of pleasure rather than pain.

What Will it Take to Make Us Better Prepared For Life’s Disasters?

For the most part, our compassionate response to a disaster tends to reinforce our humanity. For a brief moment in time, we reach out to help others survive an ordeal filled with trauma and anguish. But, why do we typically fail to make better preparations for ourselves and for those who rely on us?

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