Survival Based Blog

  • 10 Cheap Yet Effective Home Security Tips

    Part of prepping is making sure your home is secure now so your prep as well as your family is safe and secure. As your stockpile increases the threat of robbery becomes all too real. All it takes is the wrong person seeing you load up your guns for a day at the range to get a thief more than a little interested in what else you have in your home.

    Instead of leaving things to chance or relying on an alarm system, check out these cheap yet effective home security tips below to keep your home safe and secure while making sure you have as much of your budget as possible to use f... Continue Reading →

  • SilverFire Does it Again - Scout

    SilverFire® Does It Again Introducing the ‘Scout’

    Arguably The Best Compact Gasifier Stove Today!

    It doesn’t matter if you’re into backpacking, hunting or prepping, SilverFire’s new compact ‘Scout’ camp stove deserves a close look. I have to say that Todd (the brains at SilverFire) has a winner with this cool little stove that encompasses many of the features ... Continue Reading →

  • County Bucks: New Reality Show Might Be A Big Hit With Preppers [Matt Busbice Interview]

    Looking for a television show that is appropriate for the entire family? Perhaps you are seeking a viewing experience that can also teach you a bit more about the great outdoors and hunting so you can get better at putting food on the table. Country Bucks might be just fill the bill and become a bit hit with American prepping families.

    Country Bucks is a new reality show that premiered on A&E on November 19. The Busbice brothers and their family are buddies (city people transla... Continue Reading →

  • Saving Money on Heating Costs

    As cold temperatures and winter weather sets in, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep your home warm. You might be wondering, though, how to save money on heating costs. Energy bills can be downright scary in the middle of winter and take a heavy toll on your pocketbook. According to the Department of Energy, heating a home accounts for over 50% of energy use in the average American home.

    On... Continue Reading →

  • How to Survive a Bear Attack

    How to Survive a Bear Attack. If you spend time out in the woods, chances are that you will run into wildlife. While most of these encounters are pleasant, some of them can turn deadly in an instant, especially in the case of bears. Bears are typically shy and try to avoid humans, but their behavior is unpredictable. Running into a bear can be fatal, especially in areas where bears have become accustomed to humans. However, there are measures you can take to prevent unw... Continue Reading →

  • How to Survive a Night Out in the Cold

    As the temperatures drop, it’s time to start thinking about cold weather survival and what might happen if you get caught out in the cold without adequate gear. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, cold weather causes twice as many deaths in the U.S. than hot weather. Finding yourself stranded and spending a night out in the cold can happen without warning, and even those who stick to the indoors during winter can find themselves facing a night without heat.

    Staying Warm

    The most important priority when facing a night out in the cold is ke... Continue Reading →

  • Eminent Domain And Agenda 21 Threats In America

    Eminent domain and Agenda 21 endeavors appear to be fostering an attack on not only property rights, but the act of private land ownership itself. Eminent domain was once rarely invoked by the federal government and when it was, the project had to serve a critical need to a substantial portion of the public. Today, American families are losing their land in eminent domain seizures used to expand bike paths, built green spaces for tourism, and to increase Bureau of Land Management (BLM) holdings in ord... Continue Reading →

  • Improvised Floatation Device Ideas

    The thought of getting thrown into the ocean, a river or fast-moving lake with no life jacket is pretty darn terrifying, particularly if already afraid of water. Whether you find yourself in deep water from a capsized boat or other means, knowing how to make a flotation device can definitely save you from certain doom. Let's look at a few DIY flotation device options that could easily save your life:

    Pants

    Believe it or not, the clothes on your back w... Continue Reading →

  • How to Build a Winter Home Emergency Kit


    With cold weather and snow encroaching on us as well as the disastrous snow seen in the Buffalo, NY area recently, the idea of a winter home emergency kit is looking better and better. Part of being a prepper is being prepared for just about anything the world can throw at you and whi... Continue Reading →

  • Assets vs Liabilities: What’s the Difference?

    There are lots of confusing words in the personal finance world. Assets and liabilities are two of them, but they’re also some of the more important terms you need to know when determining your net worth (aka the total amount of money that you are worth.)

    What is an Asset?

    Generally speaking, an asset is anything of value that you own, regardless of if it has a lien (a loan) against it. For example, you should include your vehicle as an asset even if you have a... Continue Reading →

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