SPG 016: Prepper Emergency Water Preparedness Assessment

  When it comes to preparedness having emergency water storage and supply is essential.  In this episode, we are going to begin a series of episodes where we conduct assessments.  This episode will be focusing on conducting emergency water preparedness.  You can only survive 3 days without water so it is important to have quick access to water in an ...

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How to Practice Bugging Out

how to practice bugging out

  Practice makes perfect.  Practicing something helps you to identify your strengths and weaknesses.  It gives you the ability to fix and refine.  When you are bugging out in an SHTF scenario you will only have once chance to get it right.  Mistakes can cost lives.  This is why it is important to understand how to practice bugging out. There ...

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SPG 015: 4 Reasons Why Preppers Don’t Have a Strategic Plan

  Preppers first move when getting into preparedness is generally stocking up a bunch of food and building a bug out bag.  Beyond that, there is typically confusion on where to get started and what to work on next. This is because most preppers lack a strategic plan.  As result, most preppers are partially prepared in many areas instead of ...

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4 Home Defense Layers That Will Save Lives

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  Home is where the heart is as the saying goes.  In the home, we have people that we love and property that we have acquired by the wealth we have worked for.  So it is very important for us to have protection for them.  In this post, we are going to discuss the home defense layers that saves lives. ...

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6 Money Mistakes that Decrease Preppers Survivability

“Money makes the world go round.” “Money answers all things.” These are common sayings that describe the power and influence that money has in this world. Being that money is so important many of us lack the attention to detail that it deserves.  We quickly spend it almost as fast as we get it.  Others spend more than they actually ...

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Why I Wrote The Strategic Prepper

  Put the first thing first.  When I first got involved in preparedness it became really confusing. I struggled with how to get started and what I should focus on first.  I’m really structured in everything that I do but was lost on where to even begin. There are tons of websites and books on the internet relating to preparedness.  ...

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SPG 014: What is a Strategic Prepper?

  When many get involved in preparedness they approach it with no plan. Most of the time we just buy what we can and when we can.  As a result, many of us are partially prepared in many areas instead of being fully prepared in the important areas. In this episode, I will talk about what a strategic prepper is. ...

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6 Common Misconceptions About Prepping that Mislead Many

  Preppers are crazy.  They are a bunch of tin foil hat wearing basement dwellers who live like hermits.  This is what most people think about preppers. It’s funny just a few years ago it was normal for Americans to have bomb shelters, grow their own food and even carry guns for protection.  Now our society has become so reliant ...

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SPG 013: How to Avoid Being a Victim of Terrorism

how to avoid being a victim of terrorism

  Just this past week we witnessed another horrific terrorist attack in England.  We continue to see this as becoming more of a threat to our society.  In this episode, we are going to talk about how to avoid becoming a victim of terrorism. How to Avoid Being a Victim of Terrorism Develop your situational awareness stay aware of suspicious ...

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How to Catch Fish with a Bow for Survival

how to catch fish with a bow for survival

Guest Post by Lisa Johnson from Fall for Fishing How to Catch Fish with a Bow for Survival The strategy of catching fish using a bow is referred to as bow fishing (otherwise called archery fishing). Bowfishing is a combination of the hunting excitement with different archery skills and fishing sports. However, bow fishing might seem unfamiliar to you, but ...

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