Posts in category Natural Disasters

A Life With NO Running Water

Something I have learned over the years is that my own experience coupled with the anecdotal experience of my peers will always trump the theoretical.  Most assuredly, this also applies to coping skills learned in a disaster or what I like to call a “Disruptive Event”. Some of you might recall that due to a […]

Cities…..A Prepper’s Nightmare ...

If you live in a city – buckle up. As a prepper you will have to work extra hard to make your emergency plan viable. And while I make no judgments on city dwellers, I must say – MOVE! For your own safety – MOVE! Move, move, move, move, move. Okay. I think I got […]

A Hurricane Readiness Checklist

This brief checklist includes includes steps to take both before and during a hurricane. Although it is by no means all-inclusive, it should serve as enough to get you started on your road to hurricane preparedness. Note that even though this article is focused on hurricanes, much of it is applicable to other storms and […]

Know when to S.T.O.P.

At the height of the realization that you are lost in the wild, the hardest thing to do is to sit still. Hearts are racing, adrenaline is pumping, and with the urge to self preserve in the forefront of one’s mind, the last thing anyone wants to do in most cases is to sit still. […]

Traveling as a prepper

This is the time of year when families travel to visit friends and relatives near and far. When taking a road trip, it is easy to throw a bug-out-bag and extra food and clothing into the trunk of your car but what if you are traveling by air? Not only do you have those pesky […]

Prepping for an Apocalypse?

Use this to help you through your prepping process.