May 8, 2017

Up Close Reminder to Continue Prepping

This past weekend I decided to do a few errands around town to get ready for the week ahead.   We had been busy during Christmas and had not had much time for prepping activities. I went to Sam’s Club to buy a few staples and was passing by the prepared foods section when I heard a commotion.  I looked over to see what was going on and found out a few people were upset that the rotisserie chickens had run […]

Build your Grab and Go Binder

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com If you haven’t done is already, now is a good time to build your “grab and go binder.” This is your handy document keeper that you keep in a safe but accessible place that you can easily grab in the event of a dire emergency and you need to run out of the house. If you’ve already got one, it’s time to review and update it.  Lots of new documents may have been […]

5 Steps For Food if Your Fridge Goes Out

Guest Post by Craig Caudill Prepping for any TEOTWAWKI (The End Of The World As We Know It) has become pretty popular these days. Folks who live in the cities are not ready to move into the mountains, but still want to have as much knowledge as possible about urban preparedness. This article will address one of the aspects of preparation for some catastrophe that results in the power grid going down or possibly a simple, albeit extended power outage. […]

Clothing for Hard Times

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I received a great email from reader Linda who brought up an important aspect of preparedness:  clothing.  If there is some kind of large scale collapse, manufacturing and shipping may be interrupted, and clothes will be come scarce. During the Great Depression, many people could not afford store bought clothes and therefore had to make their own.  Many had to trade items for materials or cloth, or used burlap sacks that chicken feed […]

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