You never know when a blackout could occur or for what reason, but it is important to know that it could happen at any time. It is important that you have what you need to survive in the wake of a catastrophe.
The Walking Dead can be more than entertainment. Use it as a training tool for emergency planning.
It seems that Venezuela is in its final death throes. Here are how it’s citizens are surviving a total destabilization of the entire country.
Time will tell if this concept will be the new norm in off-grid living, but it’s certainly an interesting development.
Current events have revealed some “bleak” news, almost on a daily basis and could challenge our current way of life.
If you can’t defend it, you don’t own it. Learn from a green beret how to defend your home in an emergency with these essential tips.
Doing the laundry is never exactly fun, but having my kids pitch in and help makes the job easier and it also teaches them independence and self-reliance. By planning/organizing a few things in advance, I’ve made the process of doing our laundry much easier for my little helpers.
The bike can get you through tough times, as well as providing you with exercise and enjoyment prior to the SHTF. You’ll find it a challenge, but that’s what makes it worth it in the long run.
An urban environment is the most challenging of all places, because of the amount of people you’ll have to deal with and the number of confusing (and dangerous) situations that will arise when the SHTF.
With a little bit of effort, you could be using homegrown lemons in your drinks and recipes in just a few months.
The skill of negotiation is a valuable one.
When the grid goes down, it’s a race against time to save your perishable food. Writer, Jeremiah Johnson shares his advice on how to save it all and get it shelf stable when the you-know-what has hit the fan.