What to Do Before, During, and After a Flood
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by Damian Brindle
1d ago
Homesteaders and off-grid folks should be prepared for possible floods. Even if you live in an area where floods are rare, safeguarding the life you spent years building is crucial for your peace and safety. Preparing Before a Flood These are the top to-dos to complete to prepare your land for a flood. Weather reports ..read more
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Optimal Food Storage Plan for Preppers: 10 Steps
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by Damian Brindle
2d ago
As a prepper, being ready for anything means more than just stockpiling supplies and gear. It also means fueling your body to stay strong, sharp and healthy no matter what challenges arise. A well-stocked food supply is crucial for riding out any disaster, whether it’s a grid-down, disease outbreak, martial law or economic collapse. But ..read more
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Pill Organizers for Bug Out Bags
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by Damian Brindle
5d ago
With how organized I like to be, I can’t believe I haven’t done this yet. For what it’s worth, I’ve always just kept my over-the-counter (OTC) meds in small Ziploc bags, labeled with a sharpie. Those small bags were then stashed in a larger, quart-sized Ziploc and placed in each bug out bag. Recently, I ..read more
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EMP Aftermath. Could You Get Home?
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by Damian Brindle
1w ago
The scenario the video below discusses is that of an EMP strike and returning home after a short domestic flight. Of course, you probably don’t know what’s happened, but all electronics quite working (including your smartphone) and you don’t have the luxury of a bug out bag. That said, they packed more survival gear in ..read more
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New Smartphone Survival Apps Book
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by Damian Brindle
1w ago
I’ve been writing survival books for about seven years, now. And one of the first books I’d written was about smartphone apps for survival. Regrettably, the original book on this topic is in need of some help…I’m almost ashamed that people still buy it considering how outdated the advice has been for years, lol. But ..read more
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9 Water Conservation Tips for an Emergency
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by Damian Brindle
2w ago
Water is wonderful. It’s the stuff of life, and something we often take for granted until disaster strikes. Suddenly, a reliable source of clean water becomes a top priority! Earthquakes, floods, hurricanes can quickly disrupt water infrastructure, leaving you struggling to meet your basic needs. But even in the face of an emergency, there are ..read more
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850 Watts Per Day Fridge and Freezer Off-Grid Combo
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by Damian Brindle
2w ago
I always enjoy seeing what other people come up with for solutions to off-grid refrigeration because, let’s face it, we’ve grown accustomed, if not reliance, on refrigeration. I mean, who wants to salt their fish or store cheese wheels in wax? I need my choose now, please! For short term use, a 1500-watt power inverter ..read more
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Pet Emergency Kit Considerations
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by Damian Brindle
2w ago
Our pets are cherished members of the family, and just like any other family member, they need to be prepared for emergencies. Whether it’s a natural disaster, power outage, or unexpected evacuation, having a well-stocked pet emergency kit can make a world of difference during stressful times. This comprehensive guide will walk you through everything ..read more
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Debunking 10 Misconceptions About Emergencies
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by Damian Brindle
3w ago
Emergencies – the very word evokes a sense of panic and chaos. While some situations truly demand immediate action, there are many misconceptions floating around that can lead to poor decision-making and worsen the situation. Let’s debunk some of the most common myths surrounding emergencies: Myth #1: Every Emergency Requires Frantic Action Hollywood loves to ..read more
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Emergency Funds
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by Damian Brindle
1M ago
Life throws curveballs. It’s a cliché for a reason – unexpected events can derail even the most meticulously planned budgets, and when you’re also trying to prepare your home and family for emergencies of all sorts, it makes financial stewardship even more crucial. It could be anything: a car breaks down, the washing machine floods ..read more
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