It can get tiring trying to keep up on prepping. It’s sometimes overwhelming. All the projects, all the gear, all the effort. The key is to do something every day. Sure, with work schedules and family obligations, we can’t work at large
Stocking up your prepper pantry can be a huge drain on your time and money. While shopping local grocery sales is a great idea, and where we recommend most preppers start out, other options, such as freeze dried foods should also be
This really is a prepping 101 type of post. In fact, having a propper first aid kit on hand is one of the most popular pieces of advice given to new preppers. Unfortunately, many will head out to Costco, or their other
Some of you may think I’ve gone off my rocker with this one. I’ve just heard too many stories of people throwing away food after a winter power outage that I figured it needed to be addressed.
Evacuations can happen without notice and you may have only minutes to get out of Dodge. How can you be prepared to leave your home without notice with the possibility that you may not have a home to come back to? Having
The five facets of being prepared
Cooking Without Power
A well rounded food storage plan should include a variety of foods in a variety of formats.
Many people use a deep freezer for storing food supplies. It really is a good idea and allows one to take advantage of specials at the supermarket or to keep garden produce for extended times. The average household freezer uses more power
It’s been hot and humid here lately and along with hat comes the severe thunderstorm watches and warnings. Thunderstorms have a nasty habit of taking out the power grid, sometimes for a few hours and sometimes for a few days. If this