You’ve got your bug out bag, your food and water, your bushcraft kit, but what else? Here are some of the items that preppers often forget.
A simple guide to surviving the apocalypse in eight easy steps; read on to find out how you can survive the apocalypse!
Here is a list of eight less obvious but very useful places to scavenge after the apocalypse that other people might miss.
You might think you know your local area, but do you know all the survival secrets that it might contain? Here are 5 things you need to know.
Preppers are often portrayed in the films, books, or the media as slightly crazy people living in an underground bunker, who think the world is going to end any day soon. This just isn’t the case for most preppers.
Bugging out is the subject of a lot of discussion amongst preppers, and is a major topic on many prepper websites, however the decision of whether to bug out or stay at home is vitally important.
Many preppers have kit prepared for bugging out, but never actually consider where they would go. Planning what to do in a variety of possible scenarios is just as important as preparing the kit to help you survive.
A three day survival plan is a common prepping concept. After an emergency or disaster situation, you may have to survive on your own and off-grid for several days, either sheltering at home or leaving home.
The three day survival plan accounts for both sheltering at home for up to three days after an emergency, or leaving home and being able to survive for up to three days. Read more
This beginners guide to prepping takes you through a list of sensible basic steps to start your prepping journey and learn more about being prepared for emergencies.