Written by Martin Banks Staying close to home and your family unit was considered the norm for a long time. People might travel if they had the means, but homeRead more
Written by Bernie Carr With the uncertain times we’ve been experiencing, many parents worry about their kids while school is in session. Now is a good time to consider assemblingRead more
I received a reader question regarding bugging out for seniors in an emergency and they don’t have anyone to assist them. There are many considerations that would go into a decision about bugging out.Read more
The first 24 hours after a disaster hits is a critical time frame. How you handle those first few hours can mean success or failure.Read more
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com While living in Houston, we occasionally had tornado warnings as severe storms spawn tornadoes. Thank God a tornado has never touched down inRead more
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com As the death toll from Hurricane Dorian continues to rise in the Bahamas, the residents are suffering from widespread chaos. Looting and PillagingRead more
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com Yesterday, thousands of people in Maui were asked to evacuate as 3,000 acres burned. The fire was fueled by dry brush. AccordingRead more
This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I did not feel the July 4th earthquake but I sure felt the one on Friday night, July 6th. We were not inRead more
Editor’s note: There is no doubt that surviving in an urban area in a major, grid down disaster would present some tough challenges for average people. Today’s guest post aboutRead more
Earthquakes are always unexpected, so preparations need to be made as soon as possible and maintained are part of everyday living.
How do you prepare for on earthquake?