9. Prepper State of Mind: Think like a stoic to understand 2020

"To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering" -Nietzsche Understanding ancient stoicism will help you survive future events. The world saw countless unexpected tragedies turn atrocious in 2020, while the approaching new year is starting to feel like a high-budget cliff hanger. When the world gets ugly, or … Continue reading 9. Prepper State of Mind: Think like a stoic to understand 2020

7. Emergency Food Storage: How to make five essentials last 30+ years

The most fundamental reassurance that any of us can hold is knowing we have the ability to feed ourselves and our families over the long-term. Most of us currently have the luxury of shopping for groceries on a daily/weekly/monthly basis, and can re-supply our needed items at local grocery stores like Walmart and Kroger, if … Continue reading 7. Emergency Food Storage: How to make five essentials last 30+ years

6. Its Time to Leave: How Evacuation Orders Will Stop Your Bug-In Plans

Staying prepared for worst case scenarios is a crucial part in not being devoured by 2020, and if we've learned anything over the last 10 months, hopefully it's been that circumstances can rapidly change from good to bad, or from bad to worse. Fast. In previous years we had the luxury to purchase and use … Continue reading 6. Its Time to Leave: How Evacuation Orders Will Stop Your Bug-In Plans

4. Escape and Evade: Two week bug out bag layout for safely exiting urban areas

As preppers, one of the most forefront priorities in our minds is maintaining a diverse bug-out-bag, which can aid us in a plethora of unexpected crisis situations. We stringently consider each item to pack, and calculate the likelihood of encountering any given set of circumstances. The tools on our back could mean life or death. … Continue reading 4. Escape and Evade: Two week bug out bag layout for safely exiting urban areas