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O ne of the most important skills to master in order to prepare for a crisis is to understand how critical it is to maintain body temperature in a survival situation. Your body actually does a pretty good job of regulating its temperature on a daily basis when everything is working properly.
If you're looking for adventure but can't break away to a new location due to work or family constraints, the next best thing is to relax and enjoy an adventure from your own home or the local movie theater. We've pulled together the best of the best adventure movies.
Economic Collapse With the state of the world today, one of the things many preppers can agree upon is an economic collapse is likely. With the near collapse of the U.S. economy in Sept 2008, followed by the crises in Greece, Argentina, and Venezuela, it's becoming harder to deny the likelihood that an economic collapse is inevitable.
Getting lost in the wilderness can be stressful but there are generally more resources available to you in warm weather than in cold weather. If you find yourself lost in the wilderness or stranded on an isolated highway in cold weather, knowing how to use snow in survival situations may very well your life.
One of the staples for many families is potatoes. They can be used to create a variety of different meals and when stored in a cool, dry place, they have a fairly decent shelf life. For long term storage, you can even dehydrate potatoes, so it makes sense to include them as part of your food stockpile.
Experienced preppers know that bugging out is not the most ideal option for most people. If you are someone who has limited mobility or is confined to a wheelchair for part or all of the time, in most cases your best option for survival is to bug in.
The time of year for gift giving is fast approaching. If you're on the ball, you've already started making the list of people you need to get Christmas gifts for this year. And if you're anything like me, your list keeps growing. If you live off grid or have your own homestead or if your ...
Water is truly the life blood for all of us. The average adult can only survive for about 3 days without fresh water to drink. In fact, a loss of just 10% of fluid in your body can quickly become f...
Chances are at some point in your life you've experienced the panic that comes when a loved one is missing. Parents of young children almost always experience at least one incident of their child getting separated from them in the store or some other public place, whether accidentally or intentionally (i.e.
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