January 17, 2017

Food Storage Just Got Easier with My Patriot Supply

January 16, 2017 aptprepper 0

I am excited to welcome our latest sponsor, My Patriot Supply. Who is My Patriot Supply? My Patriot Supply is a store specializing in self-sufficiency and emergency preparedness.  It was established in 2008.  The store’s founders live the preparedness lifestyle and understand the needs of this community.  They believe that true freedom comes from attaining a certain level of self-reliance and their survival store was created with this truth in mind. Products My Patriot Supply features only the finest quality […]

Financial Emergency: 12 Ways to Raise Cash

January 14, 2017 aptprepper 5

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Everyone faces the need to raise cash at some point:  unplanned medical bills, car repair expenses, legal troubles etc.  It can get so dire that rent gets behind or utilities such as water and power are being threatened with disconnection.   Pretty soon, TV or radio commercials singing the virtues of payday loans start to sound tempting. If you find yourself starting to wonder whether a payday loan may help you in the short […]

Survival Hax Tactical Flashlight Review

January 12, 2017 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I had an opportunity to try a review sample of the Survival Hax Tactical LED Flashlight. What’s included? Flashlight Rechargeable 3.7v 18650 battery with plastic sleeve Charger AAA adapter How does it work? Operating the flashlight is very simple.  To turn it on and off, you simply press the green button at the bottom of the flashlight .  Lightly pressing the green button also allows you to switch among the following lighting modes: High […]

How to Keep a Low Profile in Urban Situations

January 9, 2017 aptprepper 2

Written by Dan Stevens, Modern Survival Online Spoiler alert: keeping a low profile in urban settings is a lot harder than if you lived in a small town. The bigger the head count, the more likely it is to be spotted, attacked and so on. Nevertheless, there are ways to become a gray, as us preppers like to say. There are a number of things you can do and they aren’t hard but need to be practiced. Keep in mind […]

Prepare to Help Your Community in an Emergency

January 5, 2017 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com There have been several large disasters in recent memory – Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, the 2016 Louisiana floods, tornadoes, ice storms, where hundreds of people lose vital infrastructure, or are displaced.  It take several weeks or months to recover.    Even though a state of emergency is declared, sometimes even ahead of the event, people bemoan the fact that the government wasn’t around to provide much needed help.  Well, the truth of the […]

Happy New Year!

January 1, 2017 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Happy New Year! I hope to encourage everyone who is new to preparedness to get started with your emergency preparedness plan.  Or, you may be more experienced but have renewed interest to continue to grow your survival skills and supplies.  No matter where you are in this journey, I am glad you are here. Perhaps we will be lucky and not have to worry about natural disasters, economic upheavals, civil unrest or threats […]

13 Signs of a Societal Collapse

December 29, 2016 aptprepper 0

by Tess Pennington Ready Nutrition There are times when I sit and think about the collision course this country is on and the so-called leaders who put us here. It is excruciating to watch and see the signs that no one wants to see. Rather than being perceptive to what is going on around them, many have chosen to blindly go about their life and spend their hard-earned money on what the television tells them to buy instead of what they need in […]

DIY Hand and Foot Warmer

December 26, 2016 aptprepper 2

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Although winter 2017 officially started on Dec. 21st, thousands of people have been experiencing the bitter cold for several weeks.  I thought I’d post a season appropriate project anyone can do. Some days I have really cold hands and feet and cannot seem to get warm no matter what I do.   So I decided to try making my own foot warmer. I originally saw this project in Surviving and Thriving a while back […]

Merry Christmas!

December 25, 2016 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Luke 2:10   Thanks for stopping by on this Holy Day.  May you and yours enjoy the blessings of Christmas.   © Apartment Prepper 2016

Best Way to be Prepared While Traveling: Advice from Scott Finazzo, Author of Prepper’s Guide to Knots

December 22, 2016 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Today we are featuring Scott Finazzo’s latest book, Prepper’s Guide to Knots. Prepper’s Guide to Knots  provides clear directions on tying various knots to help you in survival situations such as: Creating shelter Transporting an injured person Moving logs Protecting your home against intruders Hanging food bags to store or keep dry Except for using paracord, I have to admit I have not spent much time tying knots until I read this book.   […]

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