Posts in category Economic Collapse

Food Storage and What You May Not Kno...

Today, food storage is an important topic! The more we prep today, the safer we all are for tomorrow.  Did you know that the average male consumes almost 2,500 calories a day, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But if a cataclysmic event that disrupted the agricultural industry and the supply system for food, […]

Hidden Water Sources At Home…

What if I don’t have enough stored water, and run out when I need it? If supplies run low, never ration drinking water. Drink the amount you need today, and try to find more for tomorrow. You can minimize the amount of water your body needs by reducing your activity level.   Hidden Water Sources […]

The Safe And Private Home..

These days, the number of victims of home burglary is quite alarming. According to FBI data American homes are robbed every 15 seconds. In any given time, especially if you live in a high-density area, your house may be next. Burglars don’t just take your belongings and walk away quietly, leaving you and your family […]

Is Your Food Storage Going Bad?

All across the country, people are stocking up on all-important food storage. It’s a smart decision, the economy is showing signs of destabilization and the powers that keep pulling strings that ultimately put all of us in danger. If you’re like most of my readers you’ve probably tried to take advantage of DIY food storage projects. I highly recommend […]

Protect Your Food Supply

Stocking up on food takes time, patience, and of course, money. When you look at the food on your shelves, remember that it was once money in your pocket. You wouldn’t throw money away, but that’s exactly what you’re doing if you’re not taking care of your food storage. That’s not the only reason you […]

There Is An EMP And You’re In a...

I would not say to never take the elevator. However I do believe that you should get  yourself into a position that can be compromised. Taking the stairs can help you familiarize yourself with exits and work on your escape plan. Let’s first talk about your options inside the cab of an elevator. OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health […]

Prepping and Friends

One of the biggest areas of concern in my prepping is my relationships with others. By relationships I mean that people I am friendly with or are related to that are not aware or interested in my prepping. People that do not know what I have or what I intend to do after an event. […]

Body Disposal During A Collapse

So, what do you do  with corpses, of which there will be many, post-collapse. There are views ranging from leave them where they drop hoping animals will deal with them, to funeral services conducted by …whoever, through to mass burials and cremation. There are circumstances that will most likely fit all of these solutions, but leaving […]

Knife Attacks

Knife fights are rare – knife attacks on the other hand, and much more common. Knife attacks typically occur when the attacker is within arm’s reach of you but experts will say, anyone with a knife that is intent on attacking you is a threat as far as 30-feet away (many experts quote a “21-foot-rule” […]

Home Defense Using Booby Traps

Some see the subject of booby traps as taboo. They are mostly those who have been affected by politicians who seek to control the population by controlling the information they access. They do this through fear, suggestion and threat of force. But I do not believe that the proliferation of information will endanger the good […]