If you think the effects of the Covid pandemic destroyed our society, imagine the response if a worse, more deadly pandemic occurred. Would people even take it seriously? Could our economy and civilization handle another plague?
These simple yet essential homestead machines will reduce your physical workload when the SHTF.
Disasters happen. Here's how to start prepping in a way that isn't overwhelming or expensive - some steps are even free!. No bunkers, no wearing of tinfoil, no filtering and drinking of pee, and no building of Arks will be required.
Three is the luckiest number when it comes to prepping. There's the old saying, "One is none, two is one, three is better."
Collecting rainwater is a vital prep. As an added bonus, it helps you save both money and the environment while preventing possible property damage.
Many readers are aware of a simulation conducted by the World Economic Forum called Event 201 that preceded the COVID pandemic.
Experienced homesteaders know that you don't need to own a large piece of property to reap all the benefits of this self-sufficient lifestyle. You just need to be creative and resourceful to achieve your goals with a smaller homestead
Prepping for diabetics presents a unique challenge. What I'm not discussing how to store insulin, as that has already been discussed at length inSurvivalBlog. Nor am I going to go into the oft-mentioned differences between Type 1 and Type 2 diabete
Prepare - Something bigger is coming...
A leading RV industry expert says in-person RV shows may be a thing of the past. With RV sales booming like never before, RV dealers have discovered they can sell more units - and more efficiently - in their own showrooms.
This could exacerbate (geo)political risk - potentially even regarding institutional architecture...
From the list of skills necessary to survive (and not just when the SHTF), situational awareness is perhaps the most important to stay alive in the first place.