Although I know very well that the bow and arrow is humanities oldest long range weapon, and that being able to use one effectively is a really useful survival skill to have, I have to be honest and … Read the rest
Have you every stopped to think about just how many different prepper related items and pieces of equipment there are on the market? The are literally thousands of them, and more likely than not you’ve managed to accumulate quite a … Read the rest
I’ve always believed that preppers are the most inventive, ingenious and adaptable people of any on the planet, do you agree with that? I don’t know if it’s the fact that we undertand the risks facing us and therefore learn … Read the rest
Every year we read so many stories about adventurous hikers who set out into the wilderness intent on finding some peace away from the civilized ratrace and end up getting themselves lost. Sometimes there’s a happy ending to the story … Read the rest
When it comes to surviving in a post SHTF world we’ve all got several options to consider. We could try hunkering down in our own homes or maybe constantly travel from one place to another. They all have their pros … Read the rest
If you any sort of smart prepper, then by now you should have started your own survival garden. If you haven’t yet done this, then you need to get organized about it as soon as possible. After all food is … Read the rest
I’m told there are some strange people who actually like the winter months. The cold winds drive them indoors they say to enjoy hot stews and warm drinks, while the snow makes them long to start skiing.
The primary trait that I’ve found among all preppers (at least the serious ones) is that they learn to be infinitely adaptable. They seem to develop a mindset that says “no matter what life throws at me, I’ll learn to … Read the rest
Prepping really is more of a way of life than anything else. It’s as much a different way of thinking about all of the things that we do in everyday life than it is buying equipment and stashing supplies.