Are you a crazy Prepper

I’m way behind on being a crazy (Prepared) Prepper, I had better get busy. 45 MORE Signs That You Might Be One of Those Crazy Preppers Posted by: Daisy Luther | on November 12, 2014 A while back, I wrote an article called “30 Signs That You’re One of Those Crazy Preppers.”  Lots of readers […] Read more »

How to Survive Societal Collapse in Suburbia

By KEITH O’BRIEN Published: November 16, 2012 On a clear morning in May, Ron Douglas left his home in exurban Denver, eased into his Toyota pickup truck and drove to a business meeting at a Starbucks. Douglas, a bearded bear of a man, ordered a venti double-chocolate-chip Frappuccino — “the girliest drink ever,” he called […] Read more »

Is Your Market Prepared for a Disaster?

When you walk into your local supermarket, you see a wide variety of food choices that probably make you feel like the store is well-stocked. However, the reality is that it is difficult for a supermarket to maintain enough food on their shelves and in their storage area to sustain the needs of all of […] Read more »

Bugging out with small children

Things you should consider, because you sure do want them safe and with you. I am a stay at home mom to a 2-year-old little girl and while I have been through my fair share of snow storms and being housebound, I had never put any thought in what would happen if I had to […] Read more »


PREPARING SOME NECESSITIES FOR QUICK ACTION When an emergency strikes you may be forced to leave your home and have only enough time to grab the family and your evacuation-kit. There is a good chance that you may not be able to return for a few days and that outside help may not be available for days. 1. Store […] Read more »

How to Make a First Aid Kit

                              FIRST AID 1. When assembling your First Aid Kit, take into consideration the following: A. Specific health needs of family members. B. Include the necessary medications and equipment for them. C. Items that your family is familiar with and knows […] Read more »

The 9 Habits Of Highly Effective Preppers

October 21, 2013 by Thomas Miller The focus of prepping is to be a problem-solver. Whether it be to survive economic collapse or live more comfortably during a short-term power outage, prepping is about having solutions. These solutions are geared toward thriving during periods of adversity and being able to adapt to change and capitalize on opportunities […] Read more »

Steps To Survive An International Crisis

Nice information on what to prepare for and when, I agree with his statement ” No longer can people claim that “perhaps” there will be a crisis someday, that perhaps “five or 10 years” down the road we will have to face the music. No, the threat is here now, and it is very real.”  Originally […] Read more »

Thoughts On Disaster Survival, Post Katrina.

The follow information was provided via several emails by a friend heavily involved in the New Orleans disaster of hurricane Katrina, durring the course of the disaster itself. Many of the comments were LIVE to that moment in time…. I’ve had over 30 people staying with me since Sunday, evacuating from New Orleans and points south […] Read more »

Preparedness, Survival List to help you prepare

I Like lists as they show me what I need to get to help me in my preparedness and survival preparations, but the survey/list below just shows me how unprepared I am, even thou I might be more prepared then 95% of the US pop. I still have a lot to do.       […] Read more »