October 28, 2016

Feeling More Urgency to Prepare?

October 17, 2016 aptprepper 1

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com It seems that there has been no shortage of bad news in the recent weeks, and things are sounding more and more worrisome. A few weeks ago, I had already written that several governments around the world are telling their citizens to prepare.  Hurricane Matthew brought flooding and destruction to many areas in the U.S. and the Caribbean.   But it has not stopped there. This past week, Russia test fired three ballistic missiles […]

Basic Survival Gear for Long Term Treks

October 13, 2016 aptprepper 0

By Jack Neely, The Tactical Guru. As a hiker, outdoorsman or a survivalist enthusiast, you’re basically as safe as your survival gear. The same way a fisherman cannot go fishing without a good fishing rod or a hunter without a crossbow, you also shouldn’t venturing out in the wild without a survival gear. And in this case, we are talking about a homemade survival gear. The best thing about creating your own survival gear is that it allows you the […]

Are Governments Telling People to Prepare?

September 1, 2016 aptprepper 2

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com There has been a lot of nervous discussion lately about governments telling people to prepare for possible emergencies by stockpiling food and water. Is it true? A German newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported recently that their government advised people to have enough food, water and medicines in case of an attack or disaster.   The reaction was mixed, as some felt it was just common sense, while others felt that it was ludicrous to […]

Breaking the Myth of What You Should Do First When SHTF

August 25, 2016 aptprepper 3

Written by John Lewis When a disaster strikes, it really depends on how mentally and physically prepared we are so that we can keep ourselves safe.   Since every second in a SHTF situation counts, the first thing you do is extremely critical because your life is at risk.  And the funniest thing is that many of us aren’t doing the right thing. Well, maybe we are nervous. Anyway, below are a few myths of what you should do first when […]

Money Mondays: Assemble Your Own Zika Prevention Kit

August 15, 2016 aptprepper 0

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com  There is a lot of concern about the Zika virus in Texas, since the first Zika virus death occurred.  A few days ago I got an email from my employer about Zika prevention and it included a flyer from a supplier selling Zika prevention kits. I thought the pre-made kits were on the pricey side so I decided to write about assembling your own. What items should be in a Zika prevention kit? […]

Time Traveling Anthrax Bacteria Sickens People

July 30, 2016 aptprepper 0

  This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Apt Prepper son spotted this piece of news this morning via Reddit and The Washington Post:  Russian authorities evacuated a remote area in Siberia after anthrax killed 1500 reindeer and sickened around 40 people.  Possibly more people, mostly  exposed to the bacteria.  They have sent biological warfare troops and quarantined the area. What is anthrax? Anthrax is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis.  According to the CDC, the type […]

Five Survival Lessons Learned from Star Trek Beyond

July 28, 2016 aptprepper 2

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I am a huge Star Trek fan and did not miss my chance to see Star Trek Beyond on its opening weekend. We already know that a lot of new developments we use now were inspired by Star Trek, but watching the movie got me thinking about survival.   After all, getting through seemingly impossible situations happens a lot in both the TV series and the movies, so there had to be some tips […]

Money Mondays: Should You Pack Emergency Gear While on Vacation?

July 11, 2016 aptprepper 8

Many people prepare for emergencies at home, but decide to forgo prepping while on vacation. After all, being on vacation means being carefree, and no one really wants to think about disasters while on vacation. Should you pack emergency gear while on vacation? The inescapable fact is, you shouldn’t leave home without at least a minimum amount of emergency supplies.  Pack items you already own to minimize on cost. Of course, your emergency kit would have to be portable, inconspicuous […]

How to Prepare for Extreme Heat

June 30, 2016 aptprepper 5

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com When making a list of disasters to prepare for, few people would include extreme heat as a potential emergency.   As I write this, it is 83 degrees outside.  Combined with the humidity, it feels like it’s still in the 90s, at 9:00 pm.  There is no relief even in the evening hours.  It is only June, with the hotter months yet to come in Texas.   Many areas in the country are sweltering as […]

How to Avoid Getting Lyme Disease When You Go Outdoors this Summer

June 23, 2016 aptprepper 7

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com   A friend of ours took his family on a camping trip for some summer fun.  They were enjoying the outdoors, taking hikes when he suddenly had to cut his trip short – he ended up in the hospital.   As he was hiking, he brushed against a bush that was infested with hundreds of ticks that embedded themselves all over him.  Apparently it was so bad the family could not get the ticks […]

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