Prepping is for those who are preparing for the unknown future, and for those who see the importance of having necessary items in place before a disaster strikes. This guide is a 2 part series that will give you the basic fundamental knowledge on how to start prepping, help you gain an understanding of why you need to have certain disaster supplies, and give insight on where to get certain supplies.
The key to a successful emergency food supply is not only variety but balancing your food supply with proper caloric and nutritional content. Learn more here.
When water is unavailable, we must tap into other sources for emergency use. According to FEMA, there are sources in the home that you can access for emergency water.
We must prepare for the unexpected, and there are times when the unexpected will be time sensitive. Having medical response packs pre-assembled for those time crucial moments can help in better and more efficient medical care.
This series will help each of you begin creating a preparedness foundation that you and your family can rely on when unexpected situations present themselves.
If you are ever faced with a true life and death survival situation, do you know what to eat to keep you alive? Are you willing to eat whatever it takes to keep you alert and moving forward? Survival and nutrition go hand in hand. If you are in a survival situation, you must know specifically what types of food your body needs in order to thrive. Reading this article will increase your chances of survival.
Dry soup mixes used with dehydrated vegetables are a great way to make use of extra vegetables. These soup mixes are fresh and packed with nutrition and can last for future uses.
Venturing out to play the waiting game when hunting for food can be time consuming and at times, unsuccessful. Learn which trees and bushes wild game are naturally attracted too.
In order to save a few dimes in my pocket, I’m starting to use my emergency pantry items in other ways ranging from deodorant to furniture polish.