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Understand the 5 Stages of Grief To Stay Mentally Prepped After a Crisis

Understand the 5 Stages of Grief To Stay Mentally Prepped After a Crisis

Hurricane Harvey is a fresh reminder of how important prepping is. Physical prepping, such as stockpiling supplies and securing your home, is one part of it. However, it’s equally crucial to mentally prep. You have to be in a sound and focused state of mind when facing any type of disaster, whether that be a

Navigate Safely By Using The North Star

When we’re in the wilderness, we occasionally run into obstacles. Those obstacles might involve wildlife or a health issue. In other situations, we might become lost and disoriented. With the sun going down, it can be a frightening scenario. If you rely on technology as many people do these days, you may suddenly realize that

This Compact Survival Item Is A Favorite Among Many

There are many things to think about when it comes to survival. Water, shelter, food and of course protection. Many tend to focus on the first three, which is a good thing but when it comes to the fourth, there’s a large population of the United States that lacks in that area. Many feel that

Trump Lifting Military Gear Ban For Local Officers

What some are calling a controversial move by the Trump administration others are calling a life-saving decision for the men and women who serve as police officers protecting the streets of our nation. In 2015 then President Barack Obama issued an executive order that halted the transfer of surplus gear from our nations’ military to any

How To Tell If Someone is Carrying a Concealed Weapon

If the worst were to happen and we’re faced with the aftermath of a SHTF event, we may find ourselves having unwanted interactions with other people. On an ordinary day, this wouldn’t be an issue. However, after a crisis, people tend to react irrationally and unpredictably. They’re more likely to carry a weapon and unfortunately,