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After the Apocalypse: What Will You Do Then?

By Pat Henry – The Prepper Journal

Many Preppers get into the lifestyle of prepping, trying to solve a problem. The individuals and scenarios each person has in mind while contemplating their own unique problem are a different as any can be, but the problem usually is the same. 259 more words


How To Make A Lightweight, Take-Down Bucksaw You Can Carry Anywhere

By Cody Assmann Off the Grid News

“If you don’t have the right tool, make it.”

This advice was given to me by full-time bushcraft instructor Doug Hill a few years ago and has really stuck with me. 151 more words


Why Starting A Flea Market Can Help You Survive Crisis

By Theresa Crouse – SurvivoPedia

If the world as we know it ceases to exist, things are going to change drastically. Money will likely become useless, so trade is going to be the way to go. 95 more words


10 Brilliant Ways to Keep Chickens Cool in Summer

By Tess Pennington – Ready Nutrition

Chickens can withstand a lot of weather extremes, but heat is not one of them. Did you know that a sudden increase in temperature is more dangerous for a chicken’s health than a gradual temperature climb? 1,160 more words


Practical Reasons to Learn Morse Code for Survival

By Gaye Levy – Backdoor Survival

This article is about Morse code and why, as a prepper,you should learn just a smattering for survival purposes.  Before you groan, hear me out. 193 more words


Using the 80/20 Rule To Prep Smarter, Cheaper, Faster & Better

By Chris Ruiz – The Bug Out Bag Guide

I don’t know about you but I’m what the French would call “lazy”.

However, I like to think of myself as “efficient”. 178 more words


3 Ways To Beat Your Normalcy Bias

By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog

Change is something that most people are uncomfortable with. We humans live with our familiar routines and habits, and we have some difficulty with situations that are out of the ordinary and out of our ‘comfort zone’. 113 more words