As a small person, when it comes to self-defense, let the attacker think you are an easy prey, but prove him wrong with these tactics.
Even if you don’t have military training, here are the top survival skills and habits you should learn from those who do.
At one point or another, each of us have fallen victim to every slip-up in the book until we learned our lesson about backpacking.
Think about how your home would resist to an EMP blast. Will you have enough heat and food? Will your OPSEC be the same if left in the dark?
Before choosing any method of water purification, make sure that you know these 5 tricks and traps about the process!
Here’s what you need to know when it comes to bartering with other survivors in a SHTF situation. Take these seven rules to heart.
Disaster situations are undoubtfully more manageable when one has a trained mind and a trained body for that specific circumstance.
Owning a perfectly-fit-for-you survival knife is more about skills than about choosing a product over another. Still, what makes a good survival knife?
Having anything in your hand is better than having nothing. So if you have to chose a weapon, do it wisely, according to your skills and abilities.
If your fuel reserve won’t last enough, you won’t stand a chance, so you must know how to stretch it as much as you need to.
Think twice if you wait for the end of the world to make use of your survival skills. You’ll need them sooner than you think.
Here are some ideas on how to celebrate Easter without ruining your budget and making good use of what we are left with after the celebration.
Be sure that you know how to collect, purify and store water for the worst days to come. You’ll need water more than food to survive.
Water quality is very important as you cannot afford to get sick when confronted with crisis situations. Drinking water that is riddled with bacteria can kill you.