Survival Blog

  • 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 30, 2018

    Survive Being Stranded in Your Car During Winter

    Survive Being Stranded in Your Car During Winter

    If you drive a vehicle or usually ride as a passenger, there’s a chance you could be stuck on the side of the road at some point. And if it happens to be winter, or the nights get really cold where you live, getting stuck could become a life or death survival situation. Hopefully, you’ll… 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 22, 2018

    What to Do If You Think Someone is Following You

    What to Do If You Think Someone is Following You

    Being stalked by someone makes you extremely vulnerable. In this situation, they’re the hunter and you’re the prey. Your goal is to get out of this situation as fast as possible. The techniques you’ll learn from this post will show you how to reliably tell if you’re being followed and what to do about it…. 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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