Are you prepared to Bug-Out? In the May 2015 issue of SWAT Magazine, read how easy it is to build your own bug-out bag, (BOB). And to keep up on the latest in weapons, gear, tactics, training and survival, make sure to pick up a subscription to SWAT Magazine (Now Available in Print or Digital) SWAT […]
The Quick-Start Survival Guide is Now “In-Stock.” We launched the Quick-Start Survival Guide (QSG) in late October. Almost immediately Amazon started to show the paperback as “Out-of-Stock.” We were pleased that sales were brisk, but we were worried that the “Out-of-Stock” status would discourage some of our readers from placing their order. A few weeks later […]
“Top Ten Most Neglected Preps – Forget and Regret. (S.W.A.T. Magazine) Ever have a nagging feeling that you’ve forgotten something important? Most of the time it’s just some trivial detail, you eventually remember, and life goes on.
Food, water and first aid are just the beginning – you also need to prepare for the reconstruction and rebuilding phase that follows every disaster. In the Spring Issue (Issue 3) of OffGrid Magazine, I show you 10 easy and effective ways to help you organize and secure your most important legal/financial documents, and information. Look for OFFGRID Issue […]
As we close out 2013, it’s a good time to reflect on the events of the last twelve months, and what we can do to makes the next year better. Being prepared immediately comes to mind as one of those things that we should try to improve on. While there is no way to ever be completely prepared, we can all certainly do the very best we possibly can within our means our ability, and the confines of our personal situation.
Join me on Sunday October 13th at 9:00pm Est. on the Prepper Broadcasting Network with Lynna Bellows and her show “A Prepper’s Path” as we discuss urban survival, Surviving Doomsday the book, and the upcoming NPS Expo – Atlanta on October 19-20th at the North Atlanta Trade Center, and the Life Changes Be Ready Expo in Lakeland, […]
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 […]