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Common New Prepper Mistakes

Don’t rely on gadgets. Focus on real skills instead. What’s more important than a trendy gadget that may or may not work? ACTUAL SKILLS. It’s more important to educate yourself.  Invest in books on first aide or gardening or learning how to sew so you can mend your own clothes if you need to. Great

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Fresh source of water

A great new source of fresh water!

If you are smart and preparing for that “what if” situation, you will want to get your hands on a source of fresh, clean water for your family. A company recently announced a product called the WaterSeer and basically what it does is pulls water out of thin air. It’s a low-maintenance solution that doesn’t

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What’s your off-grid power plan?

If the power goes out what are you and your family going to do? You need a backup source of power not only for heat but to cook food and sterilize your water. With no power how will you cook? With no power how will you see in the dark? With no power how will

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Life Goes On .... Are You Prepper Strong?

Life Goes On …. Are You Prepper Strong?

If you are preparing for the future, for life after “shit hits the fan”, think about your life right now. If you truly want to be prepared for your future, then you need to think about what you have and use right now. More specifically, get out a pad of paper and write down every

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High End Prepping for the Rich

High End Prepping for the Rich

An investor group is planning a high-end prepper community in Texas that is expected to cost upwards of $300 million dollars when all is said and done. It’s being built in Ector, Texas near Dallas. Ector, Texas, is a tiny, single-traffic light town most see only from the highway. They are planning on it being a

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An off grid tiny home using the Tesla Powerwall

For a while now it has been a dream of mine to build an off-grid community of tiny homes. Just for clarification purposes, a “tiny home” is any free-standing, single-family home that’s less than 1,000 square feet, although some people will say less than 750 square feet. I previously talked about the land you would

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Solar Power Generators

Solar Power Generators

Anyone who has used a generator in an emergency before knows how loud and smelly they are. So I thought about solar-powered generators. It just seems to make more sense to me, especially long term. Why not harness the power of the sun to run your generator instead of gas? I mean not only are gas

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Does Canned Tuna Expire?

Does Canned Tuna Expire?

I recently found a great deal at Wal-mart on some canned tuna. I wanted to stockpile it but wasn’t sure how soon before it goes bad. I would hate to spend all that money on food, only to have it go bad before I could use it. I couldn’t help but wonder, does canned tuna

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What should I stockpile for a disaster?

While it’s true you are going to need food and water to survive, there are other things you can be stockpiling now in case of a disaster, that will make your life easier. Beyond food and water, what about healthcare? Hydrogen peroxide may sound like a good thing to stock up on but it doesn’t

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