Category Archives: Family Survival

  • Survival Frog Apr 21, 2020

    Safety at Home – Prepare Your Home for Emergencies

    <h1>Safety at Home – Prepare Your Home for Emergencies</h1>

    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

  • Survival Frog Oct 18, 2019

    Survival Frog 2020 Gift Guide

    <h1>Survival Frog 2020 Gift Guide</h1>

    It’s that time of year again! Where we look at the last 12 months and highlight the best survival and outdoor gear available. We pull the data on the top-selling products of the year as well as those with the best 5-star reviews. Being one of the top-selling websites of survival/outdoor gear we’re able to… Read More

  • David Adams Feb 9, 2018

    Top 5 First Aid Techniques You Need to Know

    <h1>Top 5 First Aid Techniques You Need to Know</h1>

    There’s no guarantee you’ll have access to proper medical care when a crisis happens. That means when a friend or loved one gets injured in a crisis, it’s up to you to treat them. Knowing some first aid techniques will go a long way in preparing you for a crisis and might even save the… Read More

  • David Adams Jan 23, 2018

    What If SHTF While You’re Away from Home?

    <h1>What If SHTF While You’re Away from Home?</h1>

    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

  • Survival Frog Nov 30, 2017

    How To Convince Your Family Prepping Isn’t Crazy

    <h1>How To Convince Your Family Prepping Isn’t Crazy</h1>

    Even though prepping is more common today than it was just a short decade ago, it still isn’t a mainstream activity. As a prepper, you’re going to get some weird looks from people and you can expect your views to be challenged a lot. Most of the time you can simply ignore it, but when… Read More

  • Survival Frog May 15, 2017

    Speak Like A Spook: Spy Languages Anyone Can Learn

    <h1>Speak Like A Spook: Spy Languages Anyone Can Learn</h1>

    Why is it important for preppers to learn about spy languages? Once SHTF, it’s likely that you’ll be relying on a very close group of people (mainly your immediate family) to survive. Communication during an emergency is vital, but you won’t want important information to leave your small group. Because you’ve taken steps to be… Read More

  • Survival Frog Mar 31, 2017

    7 Trees Preppers Should Include in Their Survival Garden

    <h1>7 Trees Preppers Should Include in Their Survival Garden</h1>

    When planning out a survival garden, it’s important to think about the kinds of trees you want on your property and how they can come in handy when SHTF. Certain trees can provide food, fuel, shelter, and even medicine for you and your family during an emergency. And even if you don’t intend to grow… Read More

  • Survival Frog Mar 27, 2017

    How Preppers Can Harvest Rainwater for Survival

    <h1>How Preppers Can Harvest Rainwater for Survival</h1>

    If SHTF and your water supply runs dry, knowing how to harvest rainwater can be an invaluable skill. According to the EPA, the average US citizen uses almost 100 gallons of water per day. Even in a survival situation, each person in your household would still need about 2-4 gallons a day for drinking and… Read More

  • Survival Frog Mar 22, 2017

    9 Deadly Diseases That Spread After a Crisis

    <h1>9 Deadly Diseases That Spread After a Crisis</h1>

    In the early 1330s, a deadly disease began to spread in Asia.  The sickness killed people with such terrifying speed that one observer wrote it was as if victims “…ate lunch with their friends and dinner with their ancestors in paradise.” Even more frightening was how rapidly the disease seemed to jump from one person… Read More

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