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Survival Skills

If a crisis, regardless of its nature, prolongs more than people were prepped for, chaos will engulf cities, and possible hostile elements will be

Once you can generate heat to boil water, you can make electricity. You cannot generate enough electricity to power a 100-watt bulb using just

I’ve been a preparedness instructor, consultant, and survival writer for 20 years. But these mistakes just keep coming up. No matter which crisis we

Surviving in the wild requires you to be functional, and you will reach your destination only if you take into account both the expected

How important is it to carry a light source? If you are trapped in a building without light or even just a dark night,

When I was young, I took a career exploration class and learned that the average American spends more time planning a vacation than choosing

If you have one of these professions, there will always be a place reserved for you in a survival group, and you will become

Keeping a certain distance between you and a certain threat will increase your chances of survival, but things are not always as easy as

According to John Leach, 80% of disaster victims freeze up in emergencies, taking no action at all. Having a plan makes you three times

And while there are plenty of books and resources on the Internet that tell you how to “do” off-grid living, there isn’t a whole

No matter what the SHTF event might be, if it becomes a threat to the physical integrity and overall, the well-being of your family,

If you aren’t already armed, you should be. If you don’t have enough ammo, buy some more. Spend enough time at your local shooting

Social distancing, or stay-safe-at-home, has been the clarion call for most governments and health organizations all over the world for the better part of

Just because you can’t drink urine, it doesn’t mean it’s worthless. There are many uses for it, and urine has been used successfully for

It is therapeutic to subject oneself to the solitude of the wilderness. It will go a long way in providing a fresh perspective to