Prepping the self-sufficient way wasn’t always my idea of the way to get prepared. When I started out on this journey, I was left with the feeling that if I didn’t have a Costco membership and a room full of guns I’d never be able to be prepared enough to handle any large-scale disaster. This would Read More
Our homes are where we not just live, eat and sleep, but we create memories, and they also have a deep sentimental value to us. I lived in this home from the time I was 13 years old, later, after I got married and had children, I moved into my own home with my Mountain Read More
I found myself asking myself this question in 2015, after the terror attack in San Bernardino. At that time, we had approximately 37 terror attacks on U.S. soil since 9/11 and the idea that these terror attacks were not going anyway anytime soon and that it was quite possible that this would become an everyday Read More
Essential Survival Skills For Kids by Dan Sullivan from Survival Sullivan There’s no doubt that children and everyone else in your household (including your pet!) will have their role when something major happens. This also holds true in the aftermath of such an event, since we all know it could take years until things go Read More
20 years ago, a home invasion wasn’t even on my radar. It just wasn’t something that I worried about. I lived in the country, in a town where everyone knew each other and if anyone broke into your home, you knew who it was. Unfortunately, that’s just not the case anymore. “We aren’t in the Read More
Having your home ready for a winter power outage and your car ready for a winter emergency is one sure way to fend off some of the worry cooties that creep in! Keeping these items in your car can make the situation a little less threatening and much more comfortable until help can arrive.