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  • Survival Foot Care

    Eventually, there will be no more gas to keep the cars rolling, your bike chain will rust, and you won’t be trained enough to ride a horse. At one point during the disaster, you will have to walk. The average American walks 4,000 steps a day, which is roughly 1.5 miles. That puts a lot […] More

  • Tips For Surviving A Pandemic

    In case you weren’t sick of hearing about COVID-19 I recently found this great documentary about it. Enjoy!   [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mwc9QOQjoJQ[/embedyt] More

  • How To Make Survival Bread (Hardtack)

    We love bread! It is the oldest food known to mankind. It is the most prominent food in the world and is a staple in the average American diet. We eat on average 53 pounds of it a year. Bread is easy to make on your own. With a few simple ingredients, you can bake […] More

  • Top Five Martial Arts Perfect for Zombie Defense

    Every prepper has one dedicated weapon of choice they plan to use to fight the herds of the undead. Wither you’re melee or firearms person, you trained yourself on all the ins and outs of that particular style of weaponry. But, what happens when the weapon finally dies on you? What if a zombie is […] More

  • Survival Uses: Toilet Paper Rolls

    It’s the end of the world people. Cities are being plunged into chaos. The National Guard is being called in to help. We the people are left to figure things out on our own. Today, we begin our two-week segment on how to use everyday items for survival purposes. To begin we will start with […] More

  • More Then Just Zombies Out There

    Zombies are everywhere they are in your towns, your suburbs, and your homes. You may have spent years training for the moment the dead stop dying, but are you truly ready? Zombies movies gave us a false idea that zombies are the only threat that you and your family will have to face in the […] More

  • Starting A Seed Bank

    Happy Earth Day, everyone! Today marks the annual event where we get together to support our beautiful planet. This holiday is acknowledged in 193 countries. It began in 1970 by peace activist John McConnell as an effort to encourage others to coordinate environmental protection events. What a better way to save Earth than by starting […] More

  • Pandemic 101

    With the world focused on the growing Coronavirus outbreak I feel this is the right time to talk about pandemic preparedness. Even if you live in an area not touch by the Coronavirus you’re not safe from diseases. From the Common Cold to Rabies disease affects us every day. Every year 2.8 million Americans die […] More

  • Fuzzy Sidekicks

    Animals are our greatest companions. We love coming home and holding our trusted dog or petting our soft kitty. During the apocalypse chances are your beloved pet will become your greatest alley. Dog makes loyal partners, but some breeds can’t handle the stresses of disasters. Cats may be fierce hunters, but they aren’t very reliable […] More

  • How To Make Your Own COVID Cloth Mask

    Face masks have become a hot topic today. The N95 mask is designed to help those who have direct contact with the virus to prevent them from catching it. Meaning healthcare workers and other essential employees should be using them. But, the CDC is asking the general public to stop buying them as this is […] More

  • Supplies That You Should Not Buy From The Dollar Stores

    Dollar stores are wonderful places for those prepping on a budget but don’t be fooled by those low prices. Some things are good buys, while many others need to just be skipped over. These items are selected based on my dollar store prepping experiences. Toilet Paper Toilet paper is a hygiene necessity for everyone in […] More

  • Four Animals Most Likely to Become Extinct In the Apocalypse

    4. Aquarium Fish Sorry, but in a world, without humans, these little guys don’t have a fighting chance. They have almost no immune system, causing them to get sick quickly. They need the water to be kept at a certain temperature or they’ll freeze or overheat to death. Once, they realize that the food is […] More

  • Bad Foods to Stock Up On

    Food is the second most important part of your disaster preparedness plan. The average person can only live for three weeks without it. Many people have at least three days worth of food put aside for disaster emergencies. This is a good starting point for a beginner prepper. The government asked that each person should […] More

  • Fictional Character Dream Team

    Your team could be a matter of life or being life cereal to a zombie. You want the best to survive this apocalypse and need a diverse team of experts if you have any shot at making it through this. For the integrity of the list, I purposely left out lead characters from popular zombie […] More

  • Is the 1918 Pandemic As Bad As Coronavirus?

    I’ve been reading a lot of stuff comparing the events of today with what happened in 1918. Let me tell you, from a scientific standpoint it is not nearly as bad as 1918 as you think. Today, I will be posting a link to one of my favorite Spanish Flu documentaries just so you can […] More

  • Is Someone Bitten?

    This is a common stereotype in almost every zombie film. Some D.L. (Designated Loser) shows up, says a few important lines, and then the whole group gets attack by a huge herd of the undead out of nowhere. Almost 99% of the time someone in this scuffle always gets bitten and never says anything to […] More

  • Pandemic Survival Lessons We Can Learn From the Coronavirus

    The Coronavirus is the Christmas gift nobody wanted. It took two months for a simple outbreak in Wuhan, China to become a global phenomenon. It is the first major flu epidemic since the Great Swine Flu Outbreak in 2009. Since pandemics are a cornerstone to every zombie movie we can learn a lot from this […] More

  • Top Five Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

    Flowers are the prettiest part of spring. The flower industry is a 34.3 billion dollar market. There are 15,307 florists in operation in the US alone. Flowers were the last to evolved on Earth, making them the universal late bloomers. Flowers are the most popular gardening plant in the US since the 1970s. They may […] More