Category Archives: Emergency Preparedness

  • Survival Frog May 6, 2020

    Let there be light MacGyver-style: How to create survival lights from everyday objects?

    Knowing how to make light in a pinch is a key skill for any survivalist or really just anyone who doesn’t want to get caught unprepared in a crisis. So, whether you like hiking and need some survival tips, whether you want to know how to deal with a prolonged power outage at home, or… Read More

  • Survival Frog Apr 21, 2020

    Safety at Home – Prepare Your Home for Emergencies

    Why should we prepare for emergencies? Should we bother to do so? Indeed, why should we? There are many reasons why we should take a step to prepare for emergencies swiftly. In fact, we should start preparing today. Who knew, for instance, that the Coronavirus would become such a big international emergency. Just a few… Read More

  • Survival Frog Apr 8, 2020

    Slow the Spread: DIY Cloth Face Masks

    As the coronavirus makes its way across our country, there are steps we should take to help slow the spread and flatten the curve. While we should all be actively practicing social distancing, which means keeping at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and another individual, this isn’t always possible.  Because of this, the CDC recommends wearing a cloth face cover when out in… Read More

  • David Adams Oct 26, 2018

    Prepping for the Aftermath

    Prepping for the Aftermath

    So you made it through the storm. The power is out, a few trees are down, maybe there are a few feet of water in your street. But you’re alive, there’s a roof over your head, and no immediate danger. What now? What to do in the aftermath of a disaster isn’t usually talked about… Read More

  • David Adams May 11, 2018

    EMP Protection: How To Survive An EMP Attack

    EMP Protection: How To Survive An EMP Attack

    If you have been prepping for any length of time you have probably come across something about Electromagnetic Pulses (EMPs) by now. What is an EMP? Put simply (and I am no scientific expert), an EMP occurs when magnetic fields interact and rapidly change causing a surge of voltage in electronics. One of the most… Read More

  • David Adams May 3, 2018

    Do You Have a Survival Mindset?

    Do You Have a Survival Mindset?

    You have all the right supplies. Your emergency plan is technically flawless. And yet, when disaster strikes, you still might find yourself struggling to survive. Why might you struggle? It’s due to one factor that can often undo even the best laid plans: the human element. Survival isn’t just about having the right gear —… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 2, 2018

    What to Pack in Your Car Survival Kit

    What to Pack in Your Car Survival Kit

    Being stranded in your car is one of the most likely survival scenarios you’ll face. Despite the technological advances in new cars, breakdowns are actually becoming more common. Today’s cars have a lot more features than older cars, so more things can go wrong with them. As a prepper, you need to realize that being… Read More

  • David Adams Jan 31, 2018

    Should You Bug In or Bug Out?

    Should You Bug In or Bug Out?

    Anyone who wants to be prepared for when SHTF needs to address this question: should you bug in or bug out when SHTF? There’s no easy answer to this question because it depends on your circumstances and the nature and severity of the SHTF scenario. Rather than give you a single answer that might not… Read More

  • David Adams Jan 23, 2018

    What If SHTF While You’re Away from Home?

    What If SHTF While You’re Away from Home?

    It’s common for people today to travel, either for work or for pleasure. But the downside to traveling is that you can’t take all your preps with you. And depending on the reason for your trip, you might not have your family with you either. Some people consider travel the worst time for a SHTF… Read More

  • David Adams Jan 17, 2018

    Are You Prepared For a Disaster at Your Workplace?

    Are You Prepared For a Disaster at Your Workplace?

    Being prepared for a disaster means being prepared no matter where you are, not just at home. Most Americans spend most of their time at home, while the rest of their time is largely spent at work. The average American working 40 hours a week spends about 35% of their time at work. 35% is… Read More

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