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Digital prepping: How to protect yourself against cyberattacks

December 27, 2022 -

CISA, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), warned that businesses should be prepared to defend against cyberattacks from Russia.

"In the wake of continued denial of service and destructive malware attacks affecting Ukraine and other countries in the region, we are working very closely with our Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC) and international computer emergency readiness team (CERT) partners to understand and rapidly share information ...

Prepping basics: A beginner’s guide to hazmat suits

November 04, 2022 -

If you are facing a chemical spill or airborne contamination, a hazmat suit will help minimize your exposure to threats in the environment.

Read on to learn more about the different kinds of hazmat suits and when to use them. (h/t to is a hazmat suit?

A hazardous material or hazmat suit is a sealed garment designed to provide protection against different dangerous substances. It is also often called personal protective equipment (PPE) ...

8 Ways to deal with chronic pain while prepping

January 12, 2023 -

Read on to learn how to deal with chronic pain while prepping. (h/t to

Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for at least 12 weeks. The pain may feel sharp or dull and can cause a burning or aching sensation in the affected areas.

The pain may be steady or intermittent, meaning it can come and go without any clear cause. Chronic pain can occur in any part of the body and the pain can feel different in the affected areas.

Here are ...

Staying under the radar: Tips for efficient stealth prepping

January 11, 2023 -

If you want to avoid unwanted attention, try stealth prepping to prepare for unexpected disasters. (h/t to prepping for discreet preppers

Stealth prepping or guerilla prepping involves learning survival skills and preparing for survival scenarios while also being discreet. This ensures that people like desperate non-preppers don't target you for your gear and supplies after SHTF.

If you're interested in stealth prepping, think of how ...

Protect yourself against food shortage with these useful prepping practices

February 22, 2023 -

The leading solution suggested by Professor Julian Cribb and other experts in the field is a global switch to vegetarianism, but this alternative comes with its own challenges. Experts think that 10 billion is the max cutoff point for the population and supporting more people than that is almost impossible.

This means that even if everyone agrees to avoid eating meat, issues related to soil, climate, land and access should still be considered.

If you are worried ...

Prepping tips: How to survive with a limited water supply

January 06, 2023 -

But what do you do if you only have a minimum amount of water left in your survival stockpile? (h/t to

According to the survival rule of threes, humans can live:

This means that you can survive longer without food than water, highlighting the need to stock up on enough water for your family before disaster strikes.

The maximum number of days you can survive in ideal environmental conditions is believed to be five to ...

Prepping 101: How to financially prepare for rising energy prices

October 27, 2022 -

Gasoline prices have also affected electric or gas bills. You should start preparing because these prices may continue to rise.

If you're worried about how you're going to afford your bills, consider making some major and minor changes like switching to public transport and using solar energy. (h/t to

Here are more tips on how you and your family can prepare for rising energy prices.Downsize your home

Downsizing your home may be one of ...

Prepping essentials: 11 Forever foods for your food storage pantry

October 18, 2022 -

The foods detailed below have a long shelf life and will almost never go bad. Read on to learn more. (h/t to soda

Baking soda is a versatile ingredient. It can be used as a leavening agent, for medicinal purposes, for cleaning and even for personal hygiene.

You need baking soda in your stockpile because it is almost impossible to produce at home. Luckily, baking soda is affordable so you can buy it in bulk before SHTF.

Ideally, ...

Best archaeological discoveries of 2022

January 09, 2023 -

Portraits of two Egyptian mummies

The portraits of two mummies were discovered by Egyptian archeologists at the Gerza excavation site in Fayoum, Egypt in early December. (Related: Unlocking the secrets of Ancient Egypt: Archaeologists uncover dozens of mummified animals in the Tomb of Tutu.)

Known as "Fayoum portraits" the two full-color artworks are the first of their kind to be found in over a century.

According to the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, ...

Digital prepping: How to survive in a world dominated by AI

July 04, 2023 -

Asimov wrote these "laws" while thinking about androids, and he imagined a world where human-like robots would have human masters and need a set of programming rules to prevent them from causing harm.

But 51 years after the laws were first published, technology has advanced significantly and humans now have a different understanding of what robots and artificial intelligence (AI) can look like and how people interact with them. (h/t to three laws ...

Basic survival and prepping skills that your kids should learn ASAP

June 28, 2023 -

Here are some of the basic survival and prepper skills your kids need to learn:Overcoming fear of the dark

Get them off the couches and lead them on their own adventure outside. This is necessary for bug-out situations where they have to move out during the night.

Start by accompanying them on walks after dark. Better yet, let them play flashlight tag with other kids.

Turn off the power or the lights in the house at night and let your kids practice finding ...

Prepping 101: How to clean up your home after a flood

June 16, 2023 -

Prepare ahead of time because it doesn't take much flood water to cause huge amounts of damage.

It's also important to take precautions because floodwater usually contains sewage and other disease-causing microorganisms. Aside from the water damage, you will also have to deal with various health issues.

Cleaning up may be the last thing you want to do after a flood, but the longer you wait to clean up, the worse the damage will be. This is why you should know how ...

Prepping and livestock tips: 5 Animals to raise on your homestead

February 21, 2023 -

If you want to become self-reliant or try a new hobby, you can look into raising animals on your property for meat or dairy. (h/t to

While chickens are the first choice for many homesteaders, animal husbandry goes beyond chickens. Here are some animals that you can raise on your homestead for food:Grazing animals

When deciding between grazing animals, you can keep either a cow or sheep. What you choose will depend on what you need the animal ...

DIY prepping: How to set up a gravity-fed water system

January 16, 2023 -

A gravity-fed water system is used to pull water from creeks, rain barrels, springs, streams and rivers upstream or uphill from the water source.

Gravity-fed water systems are simple, but you may have trouble using them under certain conditions:

The guide for this gravity-fed, off-grid water system is from "The Doable Off-Grid Homestead," an off-grid reference book.DIY gravity-fed water system

Before setting up your gravity-fed ...

Prepping tips: How to start building a one-year food supply

January 13, 2023 -

Since this can be time-consuming and expensive, work your way up to a one-year supply by starting with a more manageable goal, like a three-day supply of food for the whole family. (h/t to small when stockpiling food supplies

If you already have enough food supplies for one to two weeks, you're one step closer to having enough food for one year.

But if you are a prepping beginner or have only recently started stockpiling food supplies ...

Beginner’s guide to prepping: 6 Things to remember for new preppers

January 02, 2023 -

If you need help preparing, start by stocking up on survival supplies and finding a reliable source of up-to-date information. (h/t to hysteria

Bad information is useless when disaster strikes. If you're looking for reliable information, don't look on social media where hearsay can gradually turn into half-truths.

If you are looking for online forums or groups to join, look for those that share news from reliable, unbiased sources.Avoid ...

Water supply and prepping: Emergency water solutions when your supply runs out

March 15, 2023 -

Some options include installing a well with a solar-powered pump on your homestead and learning how to harvest rainwater. (h/t to do you need alternative strategies for a water shortage?

You can stock up on enough bottled water so your family has enough water to drink during a long-term survival disaster, but how do you know when you have enough water?

According to minimum recommendations, you should have at least one gallon of water per person....

The United States has been overthrown

November 01, 2022 -

(Article by Paul Craig Roberts republished from

The Constitution has been eroding away for a long time. The liberals said the Constitution had to be a living document, which means that it is forever changing, which means redefined, which means eroded.

The Tenth Amendment was lost to Abraham Lincoln. George W. Bush got rid of habeas corpus in the name of national security when he declared that the “terrorist threat” gave him the power to ...

A self-sufficient legacy: 12 Useful prepping skills to teach the next generation

July 12, 2023 -

Instead of just letting them waste time on their smartphones and computers, teaching children useful skills can help them grow up into self-sufficient adults.

As a prepper, think about your life and list the practical prepping and survival skills you’ve learned as you got older. (h/t to

These useful prepping skills can help your children become independent preppers before SHTF:Animal husbandry

If you have experience caring for livestock, ...

The best adaptogenic herbs for managing stress

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Stress, simply put, is your body's normal reaction to pressure or a visible/palpable threat. According to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, stress can sometimes be good for you as it can "push you just to the level of optimal alertness, behavioral and cognitive performance." In fact, their study on rats showed that brief stressful events stimulated stem cells in the animals' brains to become new nerve cells, which improved the rats' mental performance.

When ...

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