October 23, 2016

Five Habits that Help Improve Your Survival Chances in a Random Attack

September 30, 2016 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com In the past couple of weeks, there have been several attacks where innocent people going about their day got hurt or killed. Minnesota mall knife attack – On Sept. 17, a 22 year old man stabbed 10 people in a Minnesota mall before police killed him as he tried to lunge. Washington mall shooting – On Sept 23, a 20 year old man went on a shooting rampage and killed four women and […]

Dealing with Prepper Burnout

February 21, 2015 aptprepper 16

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I know a couple of people who were obsessed with prepping a couple of years ago, and now have completely dropped out.  From our previous conversations, I think they got burnt out from prepping.   Discouragement is fairly common-it happens to all of us.  The trick is to overcome it.  The doubting thoughts start small but can slowly take over.  Watch out for the warning signs. How does happen? Nothing happened.  Many people started […]

The One Simple Secret to Surviving any Crisis

February 14, 2015 aptprepper 3

Written by Daisy Luther This article first appeared in The Organic Prepper When disaster strikes, will you be ready? Will you be organized, calm, and ready to adapt to whatever the situation brings? Sometimes we have some warning, and sometimes things happen out of the blue. There is one simple secret that will allow you to sail through nearly any crisis. It doesn’t cost a lot of money, or take up an entire roomful of storage space. It’s your ability to accept […]