Family Preparedness

How to Prepare for a Volcanic Eruption

How to Prepare for a Volcanic Eruption

  Preparing for a volcanic eruption basically boils down to prepping for evacuation at a movement’s notice  if you live in a blast, lava flow or lahar zone or prepping for volcanic ash if you live in an ash fall zone. There is also the possibility of volcano related earthquakes, but earthquakes are covered in […]

10 Things to Do if a Winter Storm Is Happening and You’re Not Prepared

10 Things to Do if a Winter Storm Is Happening and You’re Not Prepared

  Just weeks ago a winter storm hit the South East United States leaving traffic locked in grid lock for days, people were also stuck at the office and in school for days. Tonight ice and cold rains down on the same areas with massive grid lock and power outages looming. For this second round of […]

Home Security and Privacy Tips from Sherlock Holmes

Home Security and Privacy Tips from Sherlock Holmes

Guest Post Written by: Aby League Burglars/Looters are good architects. They can un-puzzle dimensional weave and patterns and figure out how they can go from point A to point B. Burglary becomes a keen and technical exercise for some people and it happens all over the world. In fact, you might even know somebody who […]

By January 21, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Child predators meet their match with “Sweetie”

Child predators meet their match with “Sweetie”

  Watch how 10 year old Sweetie and other webcam girls track over 1.000 perpetrators in 2 months time. Go here to sign the petition to help stop webcam child sex tourism

By January 12, 2014 3 Comments Read More →
Should you hire a private investigator?

Should you hire a private investigator?

Hiring a private investigator is not something most people will ever have to do, or for that matter even think about doing, especially a prepper! You may have no idea how to start, or even what questions to ask.  The below information is designed to help you identify what factors to consider when you decide […]

By January 8, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Being Self Sufficient

Being Self Sufficient

The Free Dictionary defines “self-sufficient” as the ability to provide for oneself without the help of others. Self-sufficiency has become a growing trend in both rural and urban settings with people growing their own food, collecting their own water and raising their own meat sources. There are many reasons for one to practice self-sufficiency, whether […]

By December 28, 2013 3 Comments Read More →
Survival of the Elderly and Disabled

Survival of the Elderly and Disabled

Written By: James C. Jones, EMT/CHCM The challenges of surviving a sustained catastrophic event for the elderly and the disabled are almost totally ignored by the “prepper” community.  Survival recommendations and training are almost always directed at healthy, younger people who are at their maximum strength and health.  Most preppers have or will have elderly […]

By December 19, 2013 11 Comments Read More →
Bug Out Shelters

Bug Out Shelters

BUG OUT SHELTER In uncertain times like these, being prepared is just common sense.  Whether it’s a natural disaster or economic collapse, you have your survival gear packed and ready to go at a moment’s notice.  You’ve thought of food, drinking water, clothing, and tools and have them in your bug out pack.  But…what about […]

By December 1, 2013 3 Comments Read More →
Full Circle Shelters As Bug Out Location Home

Full Circle Shelters As Bug Out Location Home

  Life can hold many uncertainties, so being prepared is just common sense.  Disasters, whether natural or man-made, can turn our normal daily life around very quickly. The basic requirements for human survival are, of course, food, water, and shelter, with power being an almost necessary convenience.  Preparing for loss of power, water, and food […]

By November 19, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Deadly Winter; Be Prepared By Making a Winter Car Kit

Deadly Winter; Be Prepared By Making a Winter Car Kit

Winter is approaching us quickly in 2014. The last few winters have been somewhat mild, but according to the Farmers Almanac it is going to be a very bitter winter this year. Being prepared for natural disasters is one of the most important things a person can do to ensure the safety of their life […]