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Foreseeing disasters and preparing for them is what preppers do. I mean, that’s what makes us preppers, right? So we should always be looking

Setting good habits, situational awareness and emergency response exercises into our daily routines allows you to train your survival skills while staying under the

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We preppers like to watch and debate survival/disaster movies as a way to exercise their prepper mindset. Here are seven examples to learn from!

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New to prepping and wondering what does one have to do in order to truly be prepared? Here are the answers to your questions!

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