Navigation, Family Practices for Security, Experience, and Fun What if you had that one essential prepper/survival related item with you at all times that not only gave you security and peace of mind but was also family friendly, educational, entertaining, and fun? We all practice self-reliance in one form or another to some extent in […]
The thought of food storage can be very overwhelming, especially if you are new to being self sufficient. You have just realized the need for food-storage and the dangers of what is happening in the world. So now what are you going to do about it? You may find some very good answers in the […]
I’m to review Flashcards teaching Army Hand signals & the Phonetic Alphabet? When I received this assignment, I was skeptical. Certainly, communications modes are a specialty I’m familiar with, but I’m no Platoon Leader, and my days of playing Army Man is a bit behind me. Besides, this is a review of kids flashcards, my […]
By Bobby Akart, Author and Founder of Freedom Preppers Prepping is a mindset, a lifestyle. Like most aspects of your life, it comes down to making choices. First and foremost, you have to get your head in the right place. It requires that you block out criticism and the perceptions of others. It requires that […]
Catastrophic situations require you to be prepared. They force you to find and use items you may not be familiar with. Everyone is in danger of facing a catastrophic event at some point or another. For that reason, you may want to become familiar with certain items that can make your survival much easier and […]
As I sat down to write this article about the Preppers Mentality, I thought I would Google the subject to see what else has been written. As is true for most of you, Google begins to auto-populate results as you type in the letters in the search box. Where am I going with this, you […]
By Central Oregon Survival Network Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art… It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to survival”, by C.S. Lewis. When looking at preparedness groups or even mentioning such an idea, most Preppers I have encountered, would rather stick to themselves, “The Lone […]
One of the best things about growing a vegetable garden is having access to a ready source of food in the case of an emergency. From green beans and tomatoes to carrots, kale, lettuce and more, a backyard garden can give us a sense of security, as well as a steady stream of delicious veggies […]
What a “Get Home Bag” is and why everyone should have one. Written by Stephanie Dayle. A Get Home Bag could be a life saver if we are ever faced with a true disaster. Everyone who travels away from home on a regular bases should have one assembled and ready as part of their personal […]
Written by: Toby Lam I never understood the negative stigma of “Preppers”. I guess because I have always thought ahead in terms of my family, home and life in general. As a 21 year Navy Veteran, ‘planning ahead” has been a part of my daily life. When my wife and I were just starting out […]
Alex Jones discusses preparing for a food crisis with James Wesley Rawles of Survivalblog.com What do you do in a grid down situation? How much food do you have stored on hand? With the vulnerability of our nations supply chains, and most stores having only 3 days worth of supplies, it’s time to think about […]
Preppers are always talking about different types of Kits – what are they based on and why are we building them? The theory behind kits is thoroughly explored in this article.
Simple, yet effective Recipe for storing a year’s supply of dry goods and cooking them, by our esteemed cooking expert; Jalapeno Gal !!! All for under $300 for a family of four!
A philosophy to organize and structure one’s Every Day Carry items to create a successful, yet minimalist and comprehensive, survival solution.
A perspective of being introduced to EDC and finding the important items to carry on you, in your purse, or have at the ready!
Very well documented information regarding Gluten intolerance and Gluten-free diets and food storage.
Do you want to Garden but don’t have the space? Container Gardening might be just the thing for you!
10 Simple steps to begin your prepping experience and lifestyle improvement!
Those of you who plan to take the first steps toward preparing for emergencies may feel a bit overwhelmed at where to begin. After all, there is a lot of food to choose from at the grocery stores.