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Help! There’s Been A Disaster and All Of My Documents Are Gone

IT'S HAPPENED. DISASTER HAS STRUCK! It's too late to decide what to do about your important document. It's gone and now you need to try and get it back. Well, before disaster actually does strike, below are some steps you can take to possible save some of your documents. Be Proactive Before a Disaster Many of the major stressors after a disaster can be lessened by taking these vital steps before anything bad actually occurs. 1.) Photograph all important documents and store them securely in the cloud....

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5 Things Not To Throw Away

Just because you no longer use it doesn't mean that it can't be used for something. Below are listed only 5 of at least 10 things that can be recycled in the event of an emergency situation. We've only listed 5 but we're sure that there are more that you can come up with. Let us know what you think of this list and feel free to share your suggestions with us at: www.preppersnation.com 1. Gardening Hose. Garden hoses (obviously) are used mostly for transferring water from one place to another place....

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9 Excellent Things Never Considered When SHTF

I just read the most excellent article that spoke of 9 things that most survivalist and prepper sites have not mentioned. Read about some of the items below and then read the entire article and let us know what you think. Learn to enjoy your free time without being dependent upon money, cable-TV, or trips to the shopping mall.  Read, ride a bicycle, play cards or board games, dance or go for a hike.  There are are way more pursuits to keep you occupied than I can list here, and yet it amazes me how many...

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7 Bugout Considerations

Bugging out is no easy matter. Even the best Preppers don't know what they are made of until they have to put the rubber to the road. The next few pages are key considerations in the event of having to bugout - but they are only the beginning in a long list of must-do's and have-to's. After you checkout our initial list, take a moment to consider your own list and current plans and give us your input. Getting Family Together

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[VIDEO] Doomsday Ready Budget Food

According to Country Prepper, this video shows some awesome budget food ideas that store long term, are easy to prepare and fit great in your bugout bag. Check out Country Prepper's suggestions and let us know what you would add or delete from this list.

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[VIDEO] Like Digging A Ditch With A Pocket Knife

We often think bugout bag and commo when pulling things together in preparation for an emergency situation, government collapse or other survival consideration. The below video presented by MainePrepper & NursePrepper provides some practical but rarely immediately thought about Prepper necessities. You can dig a ditch with a pocket knife but it's gonna take a while. Check out the video and let us know what you think.

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Commo Prep

Unlike commercial systems, Amateur radio is usually independent of terrestrial facilities that can fail. It is dispersed throughout a community without "choke points" such as cellular telephone sites that can be overloaded. Amateur radio operators are experienced in improvising antennas and power sources and most equipment today can be powered by an automobile battery. Annual "Field Days" are held in many countries to practice these emergency improvisational skills. Amateur radio operators can use hundreds...

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Are You Preppared?

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[VIDEO] Why Bugging Out Is More Complicated Than You Think

You might hear all the time about why bugging out just makes you a refugee and leaving everything you own is just insane. The reality is that like it or not you might not have a choice. By definition it would make you a refugee, but with proper planning it wouldn’t be the vision we have in our heads of hundreds of people lined up to cross a border or enter a FEMA camp. The reason a good bug out plan is necessary is to avoid these situations at all costs. Let’s take a look at some of the areas...

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After SHTF

After SHTF it's not time to plan, it's time to put the plans you have into practice. Starting with assessing the current situation, taking inventory of your stored and stockpiled supplies and then determining what members of your community are available and what their needs are (because they probably have not prepared anywhere near the level you have. When SHTF first hits and everyone is scrambling to feed themselves and to simply survive, you won’t see many people out wandering around I’m...