This year, challenge yourself to change your new year’s resolution of “I’m finally going to lose that 20 pounds” into some more achievable prepper movement resolutions.
Continuing your gardening efforts can ensure you get needed vitamins and minerals plus it means having a reliable food source even when it is cold out.
While no one wants to be celebrating Christmas alone, there are definitely still ways to have some safe fun this season.
Holidays can be a magical time, but some of that magic can definitely slip away as you spend time worrying about which gifts are shipping on time and getting everything perfect.
Influenza is still very much a cause for concern this winter, and can be even more alarming this year as it shares the stage with COVID-19. It is more important than ever to know how to stay safe during flu season and protect yourself from illness.
Thanksgiving is arguably one of the most dangerous holidays of the year even without the pandemic. It’s a time for feeling thankful, lots of food and family, but it also comes with a lot of safety hazards.
While many of us are staying home for the holidays, if you promised your mom you’d at least stop by, we thought we would give you a new, funny take on ways to survive the holidays with your family.
Meat is the most efficient way to get protein into your body, but you can’t just have a freezer stockpile of beef and chicken and call it a day. A lot of emergency scenarios can cause your home to lose power.
Pandemics, power outages, wildfires, and other natural disasters can all lead to food shortages and cause panic to ensue. The best way to truly prepare for SHTF scenarios is to build a one year supply of food.
Winter is coming and it’s coming faster than many people would like. If you have not already started your winter prepping, it’s imperative that you begin as quickly as possible.