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Survival Skills

The arctic blast that blanketed the United States has hit Texas particularly hard. Being a warm state, Texas doesn't see much cold weather.

There are many different answers to survival questions, but having a bag packed and ready if staying home isn't an option is an excellent

Do the best you can to make your shelters, storage areas, and common buildings like a bank vault, defeating them before they even try.

Are you struggling to control your apocalyptic anxiety and the panic attacks that come with it? Here are our top tips for addressing your

There's a greater need for apartment dwellers to prepare. They don't have the resource advantage that someone living in suburbia has.

Access to a stocked survival shelter means the difference between life and death in an emergency. Unfortunately, your safe spot is only as good

Make sure the fire is out cold. Whenever I extinguish a campfire, I touch the ashes to make sure that they are cold. This

As preppers, it’s important that we are constantly on the lookout for what’s happening in the world and aware of how those things can

I actually think that 2021 is going to be a light year for natural disasters. While I’m sure we will have some, I don’t

Your waste disposal systems and toilet facilities can become critical not only for your mental wellbeing but also for your health and survival in

Before volunteer rescuers set out to help others, they should don personal protective equipment that provides a line of defense against accidental injuries.

The holiday season is more about survival than enjoying the times. There can be many reasons for this, from the loss of a loved

There are times when we make things complicated and others where we simplify them too much. The complicated ones can get us killed by

Why lockpicks? In an emergency scenario, why not use forcible entry? Firefighters, Police and Military use them, so shouldn’t survivalists use them too?

There are really two options that anyone in this position can take. The first is to give up on the old home and start