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In a Navy SEALs line of work, a SHTF situation is right around the corner and they need to know how to react quickly. Use their training checklist to help you be better prepared and more aware in your environment.
In our consumption-based society, as soon as something is broken, we don’t think twice about tossing it to the curb and buying a new one. We do this without realizing the other uses these appliances or their parts could serve us in the future.
Amateur radio is one communication tool available to us all. My intent here is only to introduce the most basic information about ham radio to the uninitiated.
The foods we will carry will make all the difference in the world in terms of maintaining energy levels, and nutrition. Food rationing is an inevitable issue if you are planning for long term or extended events. Plans should be put in place to ensure the rationing we do is healthy and will still enable us to carry on.
Locks don’t always stop shooters.Take a tour of one teacher’s classroom who has found a way around the “weapon free” zone to protect his students using makeshift weapons. There should be more teachers like this one!
It’s time we all woke up to what is happening. It’s highly likely that certain foodstuffs will be in short supply by the end of this year. What is available is going to be a good deal more expensive than it is now. Many will not be able to afford the prices asked for basic commodities.
History has pointed out time and time again that when our society fails to plan and prepare for emergencies, there are breakdowns that lead to devastation. Often times, the normalcy bias is the culprit.
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Dried goods make great emergency food if stored properly. Here is a great way to hermetically seal smaller quantities of dried food for long term food storage.
When you are planning your garden, consider adding flowers that serve a purpose of not only assisting in pollination, but can be also be used in dishes. This will help you make most of the limited garden space, not to mention adding fragrant and visually striking appeal to your dishes.