Self-Defense Techniques That Could Save Your Life

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During times of crisis such as natural disasters, riots, terrorist attacks, etc. when there’s a lot of confusion and panic, it’s almost inevitable to see a rise in crime. There will be an increase in murders, rapes, looting incidents, muggings and much more. Criminals grab the opportunity when things are chaotic to commit crimes hoping they can get away with …

Water Conservation Tips When in a Survival Situation

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Loss of access to running water is one of the most common consequences of a natural disaster or other calamity. The impact of a faucet that doesn’t yield water when it’s turned on can make people panic and frantic. They have good reason to be. Water sustains life and is used for a myriad of purposes. It goes without saying …

Survival 101: Preparing a Child’s First Aid Kit

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This article will be extremely helpful for preppers who have children and even if you don’t have any, it really doesn’t hurt to have a first aid kit for kid’s ready. You’d be shocked to discover how ill-prepared most people are. During an emergency, you may have neighbors or relatives with kids. They may be desperate for certain items that …

Power for the people: How to achieve energy independence and truly live off-grid

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For the mechanically-minded, building a rudimentary windmill for power generation is far from impossible. Indeed, many preppers make use of them across the world already. For example, the radial vanes of a large fan can be cut and curved from thin steel sheets, then mounted on the hub of a wheel, so that the twisting energy of the fan is …

Fundamentals of Unarmed Self-Defense for Preppers

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Any survivalist worth his or her salt would view self-defense as a very important skill that they need to master. You could be an expert at storing water and food and your bug out bag could be all ready to go, but if two looters break into your home and injure or kill you just to take whatever you’ve got …

6 Tips to Not Losing Your Mind while in COVID-19 Isolation

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Life can be stressful as it is, but when you’re in a COVID-19 Isolation, the stress can get much worse. Being a flood victim, experiencing a hurricane tear through your neighborhood, being in a pandemic, etc. are all traumatic events and situations that can leave you with frazzled nerves.If you are stressed out, very often you’ll be able to notice …

UK Preppers Evacuation Planning

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Emergencies can be highly unpredictable. You could be well-prepared for a crisis, but if there’s an earthquake and the house comes crumbling down, whatever food and water supplies you’ve stored will be destroyed. The structural integrity of the house will be compromised, and you’ll not be able to stay there, You have no choice but to evacuate. Based on this …

The Blizzard Survival Blanket Review

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The Blizzard Survival Blanket isn’t exactly your everyday pocket size emergency sheet. Its a sleeping bag sized blanket that puffs up a little bit for extra thermal insulation and comes in a vacuum packed packet about the size of a house brick. It wont be accompanying you on an average hike but for the more adventurous who may be going …