September 19, 2019

Digital Prepping: How to Protect Your Family’s Data Online

Written by: Kayla Matthews Families are online more often than ever. Even when you’re together, your loved ones may be online chatting with friends, checking social media or browsing the internet. When they’re always connected, keeping their data safe is that much harder. To protect your family when everyone is online, you’ll need to know how to safeguard them from digital threats like hacking, phishing, and identity theft. Here are six ways to keep your family’s data safe online. Β 1. […]

Should You Stop Preparing for Emergencies if You Feel Secure?

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I’d love it if you can help support Apartment Prepper on Patreon to help keep this site free. But it’s all up to you, I’ll still post articles as normal whether you do or not πŸ™‚ I came across this article that indicates less people are prepping because they feel confident about the President.Β  See Doomsday preppers are thinning out across the US, and it may be because President Trump quiets their fears. […]

Vanilla is so Expensive – Make your Own!

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I’d love it if you can help support Apartment Prepper on Patreon to help keep this site free. But it’s all up to you, I’ll still post articles as normal whether you do or not πŸ™‚ Β  A few weeks ago, I wanted to make cookies and muffins so I bought a bottle of vanilla at the grocery store. I was shocked that a one-ounce bottle costed close to $5! I ended up […]

Reconnect with Nature and Soothe Your Spirit

Editor’s note: Today’s guest author reminds us that living in a big city and having constant stress can take a toll on our spirit so we must make an effort to experience the natural world. Written by: Guest author Modern society offers more comfort than living in the wild, but at a cost to true freedom and our connection with nature. Living in an urban setting – as well as by the rules that come with it – essentially fragments […]

Protect your Kids with a Secret Code Word

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I’d love it if you can help support Apartment Prepper on Patreon to help keep this site free. But it’s all up to you, I’ll still post articles as normal whether you do or not πŸ™‚ Now that school is back in session for many families, it’s time to update your emergency contact records at school, update your texting tree, as well as have conversations with your kids about safety. One of the […]

Personal Defense Weapons for Apartment Dwellers

Editor’s note: Today’s guest post provides a great overview of various types of weapons for personal defense. You can consider some or all depending on your family’s needs as well as individual preferences. Before making your weapon choices, check the laws in your state.) Written by Travis Noonan Apartment prepping means sharing at least part of your living space with other individuals. It’s great practice to be neighborly and to develop trust and friendship with your co-inhabitants. In times of […]

Here’s What Happened When I Tried CBD Oil

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I’d love it if you can help support Apartment Prepper on Patreon to help keep this site free. But it’s all up to you, I’ll still post articles as normal whether you do or not πŸ™‚   ]I’ve been hearing a lot about CBD oil lately. I try to avoid taking a lot of medications including pain relievers, but I do take vitamins and supplements. When I got an invitation to try CBD […]

5 Tips to Survive a Fall From Big Heights

Written by: Dave Sherman The odds of surviving a long fall can be slim. However, there are a few ways that you increase your odds of making it out alive. There are quite a few stories of people who were able to somehow survive these drops, which means that it is indeed possible. After recovering from a big fall, you should take it easy and do non-strenuous activities like Bingo – click here to read more about the history of […]

5 Habits that Help Improve Your Survival Chances in a Mass Shooting

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I’d love it if you can help support Apartment Prepper on Patreon to help keep this site free. But it’s all up to you, I’ll still post articles as normal whether you do or not πŸ™‚ In the past couple of weeks, there have been several attacks where innocent people going about their day got hurt or killed. A shooter in Ohio killed nine people and injured 27 in a popular entertainment district […]

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