Natural disasters can occur anywhere and in many different forms. Earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, floods and wildfires are all candidates to impact your home and cause damage to you and your property. Preparing for each has its own complexities and problems. Depending on your area, one disaster may be more prevalent than the next – but be sure, you’d do right by yourself to prep appropriately for the most common disasters to prevent severe damage from happening to your property and loved ones. Thankfully the team at Choice Home Warranty has...
One of the biggest concerns people have with food storage is shelf life. After all, nobody wants to dip into their emergency food supply during real honest-to-goodness disaster and find that all of their “imperishable” goods have decomposed into brown sludge.
We would like to take a moment and ask everyone to join us in celebrating S.P.’s birthday this week!!
We see it on the news everyday. The rise in crime ranging from assaults to home invasions and burglary. An essential part of preparedness is having adequate security. Whether it is in your home, office, campsite, etc., you have to take responsibility for keeping yourself and your loved ones out of harms way.
Everyone should always seek information from experts out in the field. Whether it is survival, homesteading, or preparedness we shouldn’t give up on our quest for knowledge and skills.
I am always amazed by the ingenuity our readers have. Sometimes they share do-it-yourself ideas with us that are just awesome. I am a fan of this as it proves you don’t have to have a million dollars in order to prepare.
Whether you are a seasoned prepper or just starting a preparedness plan, the question of what is the most important item should I have in my gear or plan always comes up. Is it guns and ammo for self-defense? Is it a years supply of food and water for sustainability? While we cannot survive without the basics, there is something you should have in your preps which is one of the most important items you could ever stock up on. Know what it is? If not, keep reading.