What’s The Number-One Prepper Mistake?

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If you are considering some level of disaster preparedness for yourself or your family then this article may provide some insights so that you might avoid making a classic Prepper mistake. And if you’re already well on the road to preparedness, this article might be the catalyst for Continue reading

Staying Warm? – Disaster Preparedness Priorities

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With autumn upon us and the crisp cold air, we are reminded of one of the basic necessities of life and in survival; staying warm. I could spend a few hundred words writing about various types of garment materials and which have the best thermal properties, etc… but there are larger more important considerations….READ MORE CLICK HERE

 

Underwater Cache – Part 2 – The Debate

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The article ‘Underwater Cache – Great Idea or Prepping Disaster?’ (http://www.theprepperjournal.com/2013/11/04/underwater-caches-great-idea-prepping-disaster) has generated a lot of interest, including Mr. Rodney Dial’s responses Continue reading

Underwater Caches; A Good Idea?

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Well, the third season of National Geographic’s Doomsday Preppers is off and running, and oddly enough, there is a new scoring system format which provides the audience with even less information as to how and why Practical Preppers, LLC (the judges) is making their evaluations of the Preppers who are depicted. My regular readers know Continue reading

Preparedness Radio Network – Interview With Capt. William Simpson

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How about bugging out on the ocean? Could it be a survival option for you? Capt. William E. Simpson II is the author of The Nautical Prepper, and he joins John on DestinySurvival Radio this week to talk about it. CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO HEAR THE SHOW

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/doctorprepper/2013/10/09/destiny-survival-radio-1

Naturopathic Medicine For Disaster Preparedness

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As I have said in past articles and in radio interviews; I have confidence that Americans can deal with short-term or regional/localized disasters. However, I stand with many of the Governments chosen experts who are for the large part gravely concerned about America’s current inability when it comes to dealing with large-scale, long term disaster… CLICK HERE TO READ MORE…

Can You See? Disaster Preparedness & Corrective Lenses

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Without actual experience in long-term off-the-grid survival it’s really tough to figure out what you’ll really need, and what is not so important after all. And there is no substitute for actual experience. From my chair, when it comes to the discussions of survival…

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Disaster Preparedness – Stress Testing Your Ability

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Anyone truly serious about disaster preparedness (Preppers and First-Responders) need to constantly ask the question; am I ready mentally and physically for a short term or long term emergency or disaster situation. Regular self assessment is key in being prepared for almost any situation. Simply assuming you can handle the stresses of an emergency… CLICK HERE TO READ MORE..

Living Off The Grid At A Mystery Island!

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Capt. Bill negotiating a rocky trail on a remote desert island in the Sea of Cortez (photo by Laura Simpson)

It was a warm January morning in 2010 when my wife Laura and I dropped the Iron Maiden’s anchor in a remote cove on an undisclosed Island in the Sea of Cortez… READ MORE CLICK HERE