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The Shocking Statistics That Prove You Need a Food Storage Plan For 2016

When asked “How long could you live off what is in your pantry right now?” most people will answer from a few days to a few weeks. Many people visit the grocery store several times a week even after making a major shopping trip once or twice a month. Even more people buy what they […]

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My $200 Prepper Shopping Spree

Last week I sold a few things on Ebay. If you are looking to raise extra cash for your preps selling your stuff on ebay and Cragislist is a great way. After paying the bills I still had some cash left over so I thought I would put it towards my preps. My budget was […]

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Prepping and Survival Food Storage Tips for Singles, Couples and Small Families

If you are new to prepping and food storage then you may already be overwhelmed by the choices of what to buy and what to store. You may be single, a couple, maybe a single parent or only have one child. But for that very reason it is all the more important for you to […]

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New Survival and Prepping Boards on Pinterest

I have added several new boards to my Pinterest so check them out! Cabins: Lots of ideas for small cabins. Perfect for that weekend getaway or bugout location. Off Grid: Ideas for off grid living. Reduce your dependence on utilities you have no control over. Homesteading & Self Sufficiency: The dream of every prepper, a […]

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The Real Survival Lessons from Superstorm Sandy

Hurricane Sandy has come and gone but the aftermath will continue for weeks to come. What are the real survival lessons that came out of this storm and how can you prepare for the next time? They predicted it was going to be bad and it was. They didn’t call it Frankenstorm for nothing. Everyone […]

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How Much Survival Food Do You Really Need?

Whether you are just starting out or an experienced prepper the million-dollar question has always been “how much survival food do I need to stock up on?” The show Doomsday Preppers has given us some great insight on how and why people are stocking up. There have been countless lists, ideas and suggestions on what […]

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Prepping Before an Attack on Iran

The tensions over Iran’s nuclear program are growing on a daily basis. Events over the past few month seem to be leading to the conclusion that it is only a matter of time if not a matter of short time before there is a military strike against Iran. Daily headlines read if diplomacy and sanctions […]

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America’s Middle Class Crisis

Came across this interesting article on the America’s Middle Class Crisis: The Sobering Facts. The first sobering fact is: “There are 8.5 million people receiving unemployment insurance and over 40 million receiving food stamps.” The first thing I think of is what do 40 million people do when there is no food to buy with […]

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A Dollar for a Can of Soup!

Stopped at the grocery store earlier today for a few things, a few things always turns into $50. I noticed they had soup on sale 10 for $10. Really? A buck each for a can of cream of mushroom soup? It doesn’t seem that many years ago a can of soup was .29¢. I have […]

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The $100 Prep Challenge-Part 1

Many people are aware they should stock up on food and supplies just in case, but most are not sure where to start, how much they need or what to buy. Others think they have to spend thousands for a years supply of dehydrated food so they never start. Others say they don’t have any […]

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