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Your Car Accident Survival Guide

By Emma C / October 3, 2018

Car disasters make for thrilling action scenes in the movies, but in the real world, they mean life or death. In today’s article we’re going to talk about three of these scenarios and the dos and don’ts of each. As much as you don’t like to think about it, next time, it could be you. […]

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Storing Food Based On Your Nutritional Needs

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

Crises and disasters have one thing in common. They’re highly unpredictable. Many preppers try to have enough food for at least 72 hours. While this is good because any sort of preparation is better than no preparation, the truth of the matter is that this is inadequate. A hurricane that devastates an area and leaves […]

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Important Food Hygiene and Storage Information for Preppers

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

Food hygiene is especially important during times of crisis. Depending on your situation, you may either be taking shelter indoors or you might have to evacuate and you’re outdoors. Whatever the case may be, practicing food hygiene while preparing your meals will prevent you from becoming ill or suffering from food poisoning. Throw Away Expired […]

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How to Make Soap from Eggs

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

This homemade cold process egg soap recipe is made with egg yolks. Eggs have long offered skin care benefits that include tightening skin, shrinking pores, and calming redness and breakouts. In cold process soap they also help to create a rich, thick lather. This homemade cold process egg soap recipe is made with egg yolks. […]

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Water Conservation Tips When In A Survival Situation

By Andrew J. / June 7, 2018

Loss of access to running water is one of the most common consequences of a natural disaster or other calamity. The impact of a faucet that doesn’t yield water when it’s turned on can make people panic and frantic. They have good reason to be. Water sustains life and is used for a myriad of […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Survivalist and a Prepper?

By Andrew J. / July 26, 2016

When it comes to readiness for anything that life throws at you, there are survivalists and there are preppers. These terms are often used interchangeably, but they are actually very different. Survivalists and preppers have a common goal for sure, but there are major differences in the overall sentiment and outcome of their behavior. A […]

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Survival Training You Can Depend On

By Andrew J. / July 20, 2016

With all of the reality shows on television dedicated to survival techniques and even “doomsday” type preppers, you are likely somewhat familiar with the idea of survival training. But, what those television shows might not explain properly is that survival training isn’t just for adventure buffs and the slightly paranoid. Survival training is a very […]

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End Procrastination and Paralysis With Strong Organization

By Andrew J. / July 5, 2016

In virtually any situation, staying organized can make things much easier. Having an organized emergency preparedness plan and supplies could literally save your life should disaster ever strike. Here are some tips and tools to help you organize your emergency preparations. Write Out Your Plan First of all, you want to organize your thoughts. The […]

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How to Conquer Your Fears

By Andrew J. / January 14, 2016

Acting out of fear can get you into more trouble than the situation you are already in. Fear comes in many forms and levels. The simplest might be fear of insects, spiders and snakes, more intense fear might the instilled fear of heights, public speaking, the unknown, and extreme fear might be the fear of […]

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The Best of the Latest Survival and Prepper Books

By Andrew J. / October 28, 2015

It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to the books that were selected for the Backdoor Survival Prepper Book Festival #10. My gosh, what a line-up. For the first time, all 14 books are non-fiction and they cover such a wide range of topics that there is surely something for everyone! As readers, […]

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