Because of its versatility, coconut oil is one of the staples I buy regularly. I use it for popping popcorn on the stove, stir-frying
Some disasters get so bad that we have to evacuate our homes immediately. An earthquake, tornado, or tsunami make staying in the vicinity a
From the pocket monocular to night vision and thermal imaging, optics give the survivalist an edge and the ability to avoid trouble.
Movies portray the end of civilization where garbage is piling up in cities and we see scavengers looking for hidden treasures in those garbage
We, gear junkies, tend to get excited when a new piece of gear comes out and can’t wait to get our hands on it.
It is better to have a wide variety of gloves on hand so that you can address any situation that comes up without
I’m constantly coming into contact with new survival and prepping gear, either because companies send me samples to review or I’m finding them on
The holiday season is a time to be grateful for a nation in which we have so many blessings and when we stop and
A bug out bag for traveling reduces your travel anxiety, and boosts your self-confidence, knowing that you have the means to survive should a
Necessity is the mother of invention, and having an emergency blanket in your bug out bag or in your EDC is a great way
A get home bag is an essential item if you spend most of your time away from home, and you need to cover a
Many of the components presented here in Part 3 came out of my personal Pocket Survival Kit and require proficiency in their use to
You should consider your safety first. You will need to invest in some safety gear for your disaster tool kit. During a disaster, people
Disasters never come announced, so it is better to be safe than sorry. Putting together your first survival kit is one of the first
You can add gear endlessly and if it bloats your PSK to the point where it doesn’t always find its way into your pocket,