I love to read, always have. Growing up, my generation didn’t have the internet, computers, tablets or smartphones; but we had books. Reading introduced me to a world of imagination, creativity and exploration. Becoming immersed in stories, I could leave the daily routine behind and experience strange and exotic places, meet interesting people, learn new […]
Getting Started We often hear that Preparedness is a journey, and not a destination. And as with any other journey there has to be a point of departure. The problem, however, is that for many people taking those first few steps often seems overwhelming. Where do you start? What are you supposed do, and more […]
Are you prepared for the next big disaster? How will you heat your home and your hot water? How will you grow food for your family year round? How do you keep others from taking it?
If you ever thought about protecting yourself and your loved ones, but you just didn’t know where to start – this Quick Start Guide is everything you need, and nothing you don’t, to help you begin making those life-saving preparations right now. Its urban preparedness made easy for average, everyday people on a fast-track.
Surviving Doomsday was reviewed by Scott Sutherland, for Life Changes, Be Ready. Check out their review, and while your at it, take a look at their web site for the latest survival news, tips and information.
Where There is No Cosmetic Counter How Not To Look Like a Zombie – Even After the End of the World As You Know it Most of us don’t normally associate cosmetic counters with preparedness. Food, water, first aid, bug-out-bags, guns, more guns – these are some of the basic pillars of a strong survival plan. […]
Surviving Doomsday - A Guide For Surviving An Urban Disaster was recently reviewed by Graywolf Survival.
Urban Survival with Richard Duarte on Prepper Recon Podcast.
Preparedness is about planning, and having options. In preparing most of us immediately think about the essentials for maintaining life, what I call the core survival elements – food, water, first aid, shelter, self-protection, temperature regulation and sanitation/hygiene. The order of importance will always change depending on where you are and the circumstances you find […]