“Survival on the Cheap” 10 Preps Under $20.00 (SWAT Magazine) Short on cash? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Check out my latest article in the May 2014 issue of SWAT Magazine. Lots of people complain that they would like to start prepping but they just don’t have the money. We run down ten preparations all costing under $20.00 each.
In the April issue of SWAT Magazine, read my article to find out how you can recognize the risks, have a plan, and make reasonable preparations to help you and your family survive a bio-chemical threat.
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.
Promoting Preparedness is a lonely and often thankless pursuit. When the topic comes up, and it always does, people often ask – “Hey, aren’t you the guy who wrote that doomsday book?”
Now is the perfect time to give your friends and loved ones the gift of preparedness. We are participating in the new Kindle Match program at Amazon.com.
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.
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.
The 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season comes to a close on Saturday, November 30, 2013, and it turns out that this was actually the least active year since 1950. While an uneventful season is always a good thing, it can also serve to lure people into a false sense of confidence.
The only thing more boring than reading about can openers, is writing about them; trust me on this one. But, having said that, I also recognize that some of the most boring and mundane things are the ones that actually matter during a disaster.