Category Archives: Prepping

  • Survival Frog Jul 9, 2020

    How to Live Without Electricity: 7 Key Areas Where You Can

    <h1>How to Live Without Electricity: 7 Key Areas Where You Can</h1>

    Electricity is more than a comfort. Its usage has become a way of life. Many people can’t go back to old ways because they don’t know how. If you want to stop using electricity, you will have to do so a little at a time. It helps to think about this process in terms of areas… Read More

  • 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 4, 2019

    5 Things to Know Before You Start Homesteading

    <h1>5 Things to Know Before You Start Homesteading</h1>

    By: James Witts Ever wonder why Dorothy kept saying “there’s no place like home?” Seems not even the Emerald City or the land of Oz could compare with her homestead back in Kansas. Dorothy, Auntie Em, and Uncle Henry made living off the land look easy. With more people trying to get back to self-sufficient… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 24, 2018

    Top 20 Outdoor and Survival Gadgets of 2018

    <h1>Top 20 Outdoor and Survival Gadgets of 2018</h1>

    Want to know what the most popular outdoor and survival gear is? We put this list together to show you what your fellow outdoorsmen and preppers have been buying. Grab some of this gear for yourself or give them as gifts to friends and family. #1 – Ultimate Access Lock Pick Set When SHTF, you… Read More

  • David Adams Nov 17, 2018

    Holiday Gift Guide for Preppers and Non-Preppers

    <h1>Holiday Gift Guide for Preppers and Non-Preppers</h1>

    With the holidays coming up, you’re probably thinking about what to get for your loved ones. You want to get them something they’ll like, and also something that they’ll find useful…but where should you start? This gift guide will give you some great ideas for what to get for your loved ones, whether they’re a… Read More

  • David Adams May 3, 2018

    Do You Have a Survival Mindset?

    <h1>Do You Have a Survival Mindset?</h1>

    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 23, 2018

    Is Prepping a Waste of Time If a Crisis Never Happens?

    <h1>Is Prepping a Waste of Time If a Crisis Never Happens?</h1>

    One common question that pops up for both experienced preppers and would-be preppers is if prepping is a waste of time if a crisis never happens. It might seem foolish to prepare for something that may never happen… But when you think about it, you’ll quickly realize that prepping is worth it whether there’s a… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 9, 2018

    Stock These Over-the-Counter Medications Before SHTF

    <h1>Stock These Over-the-Counter Medications Before SHTF</h1>

    One of the first things to get sold out in stores during a crisis are over-the-counter (OTC) medications. These medications have a wide range of uses and are generally safe for most people to use, which is why they’re available without a prescription. You might take these OTC medications for granted now, but when SHTF… Read More

  • David Adams Mar 2, 2018

    What to Pack in Your Car Survival Kit

    <h1>What to Pack in Your Car Survival Kit</h1>

    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 17, 2018

    Are You Prepared For a Disaster at Your Workplace?

    <h1>Are You Prepared For a Disaster at Your Workplace?</h1>

    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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