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BeSurvival by Mama Prepper - 6d ago

Summertime can be fun, but the heat…not so much. There are some dangers you need to watch out for when it comes to summer heat… Some of you just love summer, but i don’t…not one bit. It gets so hot and muggy outside. It’s like torture to me to get outside to do anything. It’s […]
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Even though most of us think our wives purses are black holes, they may be most prepared at all times than men are! Here’s why…. My wife has a ginormous purse! We men know that a lot of women carry everything and the kitchen sink in their purses, but I think my wife takes the […]
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School days are winding down, so now is the time to start making summer plans to keep kids busy. So why not teach them some survival skills? With summer quickly approaching, you are probably already starting to think of things to keep them busy and entertained during the summer. You are probably like me and […]
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Being a prepper requires emergency preparedness. Hence, information on antibiotics is vital as it could save your life in the nick of time. Quite often, preppers turn a blind eye to survival antibiotics. Because they lack information on what to stockpile or where to get these antibiotics, they simply don’t act. And some have never […]
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Looking for a survival dog? What breed will offer the most protection and will help you the most? We have the answers with these 9 suggestions! A few months back we decided to add a new pet to our family. We knew it would be a good lesson for our children to learn to take […]
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BeSurvival by Sergeant Survival - 3M ago

Water is literally the stuff of life. Learn what to store it in, how to make sure it’s purified, where to store it, and what to do after that (don’t forget this step!) Your body is like a big sponge that’s constantly drying out. Without water you’re dead in 3 days, maybe 4, because that […]
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This is how you avoid mass shootings, but if the unthinkable happens and you end up in an active shooter situation, do these things . . . Mass shootings are becoming more commonplace. From the Vegas shooting, to the wide-spread terrorist attacks across Europe, to endless school shootings, we have to be ready to protect […]
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In a survival situation, you must be aware of your body core temperature and take active measures to protect against hypothermia or hyperthermia. For us humans, the perfect body core temperature is thirty seven degrees Celsius, or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit for us imperial folk on this side of the pond. Keeping your body at or […]
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Any self sufficient homestead can benefit from chickens, geese, and other fowl… especially when the SHTF. Have eggs, meat and fertilizer on demand. In a SHTF situation, resourcefulness and self-sustainability are two important aspects to strive to achieve. One area that checks off these two targets is raising domesticated poultry. Although a seemingly trivial part […]
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When a major disaster strikes, you may not be home. You can get home safely if you have a ready-to-go get home bag with you…. Most of us travel every day to work, to the grocery store, take the kids to school, or some other errand we have to do. And we often take for […]
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