Australian disaster prepper Peter (last name withheld by request) runs the online Aussie Oz Prepper Forum. The free service allows Australians with similar interests to share tips, ideas, and strategies about how to survive a catastrophe, either short or long-term. He eloquently, but efficiently points out the difference between survivalists and preppers when he says […]
Author Archive: Cari Schofield
Cari is an editor and author for American Preppers Network. Her family currently live in Georgia. Cari spends her free time gardening, canning, testing products for review, helping others prepare and going to the gym. She believes preparedness is about love and taking care of your family.
Cari also has her own website where she shares all of her preparedness articles and her recipes for canning, dehydrating, juicing, basic cooking. To have a look and hopefully follow her:
This article was kindly shared with us by CustomMade.com. We think it is full of wonderful and useful information. The supplies you will need and instructions are towards the end of the article but the information and history provided in the entire article is amazing and well worth the read. Enjoy! Written by Abby Quillen […]
Recently I was informed that a very high percentage of young children do not wake up to the high pitch noise of a fire alarm/smoke detector. I was shocked so I started researching about this and thought I would share my findings with you. This is what Today News results were: We watched them on […]
We always hear about storing games, cards and coloring books for the kids in our bug out locations or preps, but have you ever considered something for yourself? After a while board games and cards can get old and prepping doesn’t always have to be only about what you need, it can also be about […]
Another fantastic Info-Graphic shared by our friends at Tool Orders!! There’s no doubt that off-roading and driving out exploring the world is a lot of fun. Driving gives you the ability to cover more ground than you would on foot, allowing you to see more of the world and more of the environment that you’re […]
In our bug out bag we (My husband and I) both had a mess kit which as you know, takes up a lot of room in a bug out bag. I set out looking for something a little better that didn’t cost an arm and a leg, but would work for all of us. We […]
Comprehensive lists for necessary items to store when Bugging In your home, during an emergency!
One of the most over looked preparedness items that I have noticed missing from basic preps is fishing gear, fishing nets (4 ft) and ropes. All three have serious benefits and can be stored easily at your Bug Out Locations or where ever you plan to hunker down at. We also have a small […]
With the current winter weather, (and recent past) upon you and so many people in danger, it is time to become seriously prepared. Your life may very well depend on it. Below I am going to list a few items that could save your, or your families life when the next blizzard hits. We of […]