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

5. Signs of a House Divided: Patience and Preparedness

Signs of Misfortune The looming threat of civil unrest, societal collapse, and sustained chaos has loomed in the minds of preppers and the majority of Americans at large this year. Unmistakably clear signs have shown us that anarchy has the potential to step off movie sets and make its way into the streets of our … Continue reading 5. Signs of a House Divided: Patience and Preparedness

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