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How to Organize Emergency Food Supply

how to organize emergency food supply

  Most preppers are not fortunate enough to have a large space for stockpiling food and water.  Many of us live in apartments and small homes.  However, even with limited amount of space, we can still build a sufficient stockpile if it organized efficiently.  In this post, we are going to discuss how to organize emergency food supply. How to ...

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Is Canned Water Ideal for Your Emergency Supply?

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  Typically when you think of emergency water supply you think of storing it in plastic bottles and jugs.  Canned water doesn’t even cross your mind.  When I think of canned beverages I think of craft beer and sodas…No, I’m not a hipster. As I began to build my prepper water storage supply I began to hear about canned water.  ...

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Easy Prepper Water Storage Tips for Quick Stockpiling

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  In my opinion, prepper water storage is one of the biggest challenges for preppers.  There are so many questions.  How much water should you store? Where should you put your water? Others debate if it is even necessary to have prepper water storage. Yes, there are many resources to collect water from when the grid is up.  However, many ...

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Understand Blizzard Preparedness Before You Regret It!

blizzard preparedness

  For some people, the winter season is the name of excitement and celebrations. However, for others, especially those who live in a region that gets frequent snowfall, it comes with risks and warnings due to dangers of blizzards. It is important to understand blizzard preparedness beforehand even if there are limited chances of its occurrence to ensure minimum damage ...

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What Threats Preppers Should Prepare for in 2018

  Show notes Intro: now you know that I am wholeheartedly against fear mongering I promise you that is not the purpose of this episode However, as we go into 2018 it is important to conduct a threat assessment as a mentioned in the previous episode if you haven’t conducted a threat assessment then I encourage you to download my ...

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11 Ways to Heat a House Without Electricity

ways to heat a house without electricity

  Winter season is all fun and game until you have to pay your heating bills. The excessive heating cost can burn a hole in your pocket. The use of heating system further surges up if you have elders or little kids in your home. The result is a huge electricity bill. To save your electricity cost, there are certain ...

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My Biggest Prepper Mistakes of 2017

  2017 seems like it has gone in the blink of an eye.  Every year that I get older the faster time seems to go by.  No matter how hard we try we can’t slow the hands of time. The end of the year is not only good for spending time with the family and getting gifts from Santa.  But ...

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First Things Preppers Should Do in 2018

First Things Preppers Should Do in 2018 Intro: this year has gone by really fast, almost too fast it seems like I haven’t even had time to sit down and reflect on everything that has been going on but at the end of this year, we will receive a little holiday break I think this time is a really great ...

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4 Major Holiday Threats to Be Prepared For

  They say Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year.  Many disregard the fact that the holidays are still a dangerous time of the year.  As a prepper, it is important for us to remain alert and vigilant. Now, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t enjoy the holiday season.  I too like to sing carols while roasting bacon ...

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SPG 018: Prepper Shelter Assessment

prepper shelter assessment

  You can only survive 3 weeks without food.  In this episode, we will be continuing the series of assessments inspired by The Strategic Prepper eBook.  This assessment will be on the emergency food that you have supplied.  I also give tips on how to quickly build up a supply on a budget. Show Notes What kind of climate do ...

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