The following products are the basic items a prepper can use that will help prepare to live and thrive in the aftermath of a disaster. These products encompass your very basic needs and will provide you with the beginnings of a solid collection of prepping tools.
Psychological issues are prominent in our society and because many rely on medications to cope, they may not be ready to deal with the aftermath of a disaster. This article outlines the most likely psychological issues to be aware of and ways to coping in a grid down/societal collapse period when there will be plenty of stressors to adversely affect you.
We must come to the understanding that there is no true safety net for us to fall into; it’s up to ourselves to get us out trouble.
Fatwood is one of the easiest ways to get a fire lit – even in wet conditions. This natural fire starter is made from the resinous remains of a pine tree that has died. Learn more on how to locate and harvest fatwood.
Organizational guru, Misty Anderson shares her tips and tricks for taking advantage of Spring cleaning fever and organizing the cluttered pantry.
The next time you feel that your mood is”off” or that you want to enhance your memory make an oil diffuser and try some of these essential oil combinations and see the positive effects. Aromatherapy is a natural way to improve and balance your moods and create a healthier environment.
This is the season to nurture your immune system and give it what it needs to fight of the flu. These five immune boosting steps are the best way to naturally stave off this year’s flu.
If you want to call yourself “rich” after the collapse, here’s what you can look forward to accumulating.
If society were to break down tomorrow, the value of the things we own and the skills we have would be turned on its head.
Before your immune system is rundown by the flu virus, start taking this natural concoction of honey, lemon and ginger. Taken daily or when you are feeling ill, this syrup will be your best friend during those cold winter months when the virus are at their most active.
If there’s one thing we should take from all of this, it’s that the more things change the more they stay the same.
During an emergency, we are often left to fend for ourselves. Learn how to use layers to create a food storage pantry based on nutritious foods in order for your family to thrive during the most difficult of times.