The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, but early storms are not uncommon. Now is the perfect time to start making preparations. Here’s a quick check-list to help you get started.
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 […]
In 2013 I attended the NPS Expo in Atlanta, Georgia. It was a great event and I met lots of very interesting people. Those of you who read my blog already know that I’m always looking for products that are not only dependable, reliable and practical, but that represents good value for my reader’s “prepping” budget.
The roads are full of hazards, big and small. Are you prepared? Do you have a vehicle kit with all the supplies to help you during a roadside emergency? If not, I can show you a quick and easy way to start your kit; and to help keep you, and your family safe while you’re on the road. Check out my article in the Spring issue of Prepper & Shooter Magazine, available in April 2014.
I recently did an interview with Pat Henry, of The Prepper Journal, (TPJ). TPJ is an incredible resource dedicated to providing the latest in prepping and survival news, information, tips, gear reviews, and overall basics to make it as easy as possible to start making your preps and plans. Here is just a small sample of the articles you can expect to find at TPJ:
“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.