Fire Escape Plans for Those with Limited Mobility

Not everyone is young and agile and has the ability to run out of a burning building when the smoke detector goes off. Some people are wheelchair bound or have limited mobility in general. It won’t be as easy as jumping out a window or running... read more...

16 Ways to Stay Warm with No Power

Winter weather is notorious for knocking out the electricity. When you rely on your furnace to heat your home, that could be a serious problem. You have to have some way to keep your family warm and safe. Too often we hear stories of people dying... read more...

Escaping a Collapsed Building: 4 things you need to know

Urban preppers face a challenge that rural preppers do not. Technically, they face many, but for the purpose of this article, we are going to discuss the issue of living in or working in a building. A building that is even one or two stories high... read more...

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Is Your Home Ready to be a Survival Shelter?

As I’ve discussed elsewhere, bugging in really a better choice for most people than bugging out. Unless you have a prepared bug out locations somewhere that you can heat to, bugging out to the wild isn’t really all that great an idea. Living off the... read more...

Heating Your Home with Wood

Heating Your Home with Wood

When the grid goes down one of the things we’ve got to concern ourselves with is heating our homes, especially those of us who live in cold climates. Of all the uses we have for electricity, heating is probably the most critical. If we are unable to... read more...

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Prioritized Prepping

Regardless of whether you are new to the topic of survival or prepping or already have been a prepper for a long time, you will benefit from the information that we will discuss in this article. Anyone can take basic prepping measures by putting... read more...