Category | Emergency Preparedness

What’s Your Survival Vision?

Posted on 16 April 2014

When you look at all the different fictional scenarios that have been created to mandate some sort of survival situation you realize that everyone may have a different vision. My (rhetorical) question for you is this: What’s YOUR survival vision?

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Physical vs Digital Reference Library

Posted on 15 April 2014

In the end, the only knowledge you can be guaranteed access to is what you keep in your own brain. So read those books you depend on; study them. Let YOU become your own reference material.

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Hurt & Heal: Equally Important

Posted on 15 April 2014

As much as the mainstream media sensationalizes the gun control debate, often demonizing pro-gun supporters, it’s not nearly as sensational to report on citizens who help each other.

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Evolving Personal Responsibility Disability

Posted on 14 April 2014

DECREASE your level of responsibility disability. Become more self-reliant. INCREASE your level of independence. It’s not hard to do although it’s not for the lazy or lethargic. It does require thought and energy and motivation. Hundreds of thousands of people in America today are doing it. What’s holding you back?

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Give Me 2: Double-Up on the Basic Necessities

Posted on 14 April 2014

When we talk about survival preparation and equipment, where living or dying can hinge on what we do or don’t have, can we afford to take a less cautious approach? I think not.

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The Survival Vest: A Forgotten Piece of Gear

Posted on 11 April 2014

If a survival vest is considered so important by the military that they put one on every fighter pilot, how come many survivalists and “preppers” completely neglect this piece of organizational gear?

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How Big is Big Enough?

Posted on 10 April 2014

I am also aware that there are some respected and recognized survival experts who claim that a big blade is rarely if ever needed and that a small cutting tool is better to have. It’s lighter, can handle a wide variety of cutting chores and is easier to keep about your person.

What’s Your Survival EDC?

Posted on 09 April 2014

Let’s recognize reality: survival is all about knowledge, skill and preparedness. You have to have a good balance of all three to survive. The best tools in the world are of no use to you if you don’t know how to use them. The greatest ideas in the world are of no use to you if you don’t have the tools to bring them to fruition.

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Move it or lose it: Survival Lifestyle

Posted on 09 April 2014

The point is that the more variety you put into your day-to-day activities that mimic the activities you think you’ll have to perform in a survival situation, then the greater your chances will be of actually surviving.

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Objective Reassessment: How Sentimental Are You?

Posted on 09 April 2014

Think about your own choices and how affected they are by YOUR sentimental attachments. Give it a second thought and make sure that you’re equipping yourself as best you can.

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