Category Archive: General Prepping

Resources for the New Female Prepper or Homesteader

Resources for the New Prepper or Homesteader   This new life can be overwhelming for new preppers and homesteaders, there is so much information out there! It can be really hard to determine what is good, solid information and what is fear-mongering and just a site trying to sell you something (that you don’t really …

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The Top Habits of Preparedness

The Top Habits of Preparedness According to Survival Sullivan “Being a prepper is a lifestyle choice, and as such you will need to build up habits that will allow you to become a proper prepper rather than just somebody who happens to have food and supplies stocked up. You might think that some of the …

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Setting Up Family Communication Before a Disaster

Setting Up Family Communication Before a Disaster     When we think about being in a major disaster, one of the most disconcerting things is worrying about our family. Are they safe at school, home, and work while we are separated from them? During a major disaster cellphone service will most certainly be interrupted, at …

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Every Prepper Needs a Tarp in Their Supplies

Every Prepper Needs a Tarp in Their Supplies There are certain items that every prepper needs to carry. Things like duct tape, trash bags, and hand tools will come in handy if you need to evacuate your home or are on your own in a survival situation. Another item that every prepper needs to carry is a tarp …

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23 Ways to Be An Amazing Prepper

23 Ways to Be An Amazing Prepper Every prepper comes to a point where they want some way to gauge how well they are doing. The trouble with that is there’s no such thing as a “one size fits all” definition of what is a successful prepper. Most people are just trying to do the …

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Steps to Take Post Natural Disaster

Steps to Take Post Natural Disaster Natural disasters happen every day. Sometimes they can cause as much damage as any man-made disaster and others times, no one is really affected. Once you’ve gotten through the event, you need to have a post natural disaster plan to follow! It will help you not only increase your …

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Prepping Lessons After 6 Years

Prepping Lessons After 6 Years You do anything for 6 years and there’s a good chance that how you do things now is a lot different than when you first started! Time and experience have taught you many things that you’ve added to your knowledge base. Maybe you even changed the way you do something …

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Welcoming the Next Generation of Preppers

Welcoming the Next Generation of Preppers Regardless of what you may think or feel about the millennial generation, they are the next generation preppers, and there are certain things about them that have far exceeded their parents’ generation. Information, for example. All they’ve ever known is to Google search. They have little to no concept …

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Realistic and Reasonable Prepping Priorities

Realistic and Reasonable Prepping Priorities New preppers tend to get either very overwhelmed, discouraged, or both. They set the bar too high and tend to go to the extremes instead of setting reasonable prepping priorities. Is a nuclear war possible? Yep. Is a solar flare taking out all electrical power on the planet possible? You bet! Are the …

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Starting Kids on the Prepper Path

Starting Kids on the Prepper Path Teaching your kids to be able to take care of themselves using the resources around them is invaluable. A prepper path and mindset is something that has to be learned. While most of the modern world considers this to be getting a job and paying bills, preppers and homesteaders tend …

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