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  • Add safety goggles to your pandemic plan. As a prepper,
    you may have a supply of N95 masks, but do you have an
    anti-fog safety goggles? Coronavirus spreads through
    droplets (coughs and sneezes). Safety goggles cover the
    entire eye, glasses and face shields do not.

  • The people of Wuhan eventually will run out food. What
    will you do if Coronavirus comes to your town and the truck
    drivers stop replenishing your local grocery store? Stock up
    on freeze dried food like Augason Farms 30-day Food Supply.

  • Pandemic Preparedness: When you're a prepper, you know
    what to do. Start prepping now. It's not too late:

  • Survival rule of three: Do you know the "survival rule of 3"?
  1. You can live only three minutes without air.
  2. You can live only three days without water.
  3. You can live only three weeks without food.

  • How to turn loose coins into survival gear:

  • Delicious bread in a can!?  B&M Brown Bread is classic good
    bread for the prepper's pantry. Just open the can, tap it out
    and eat. Serve with baked beans or as a hearty snack. Take
    it camping. Use for emergencies or everyday.

  • Water pouches for survival: are they worth it?

  • Gluten free emergency foods. It's hard enough to find
    gluten-free foods when it's not an emergency. Wheat is in
    just about everything ~ even gravy. We've gathered a list
    gluten-free emergency foods that are shelf-stable to last
    you several years.

  • Securing potable water is a survival skill. A gravity fed
    water filter is easy to own and operate:

  • A BIC is a big deal for many reasons. Is a BIC lighter part
    of your every day carry? It should be. Did you know that a
    BIC lighter is refillable? Refilling your BIC lighter is a hack
    worth knowing about if you're a prepper. Stock up on the
    bulk dea for the best deal on a BIC lighters in bulk and learn
    the ten reasons to bugout with a BIC lighter...

  • How to prepare for a total blackout:

  • Power up with a portable power station. Hurricanes,
    flood, mountain fire, Tornadoes may result in power outage.
    Jackery Explorer 240 Portable Power Station, pictured
    immediate right, can be your reliable emergency power
    supply for lighting, phones, laptop, radio, reuters etc. to
    keep daily goingTake the lightweight generator Explorer 240
    with you on camping, travel, cottage trips, off-road,
    excursions, or anywhere you might need power.

  • Do you know the five basic survival skills? Gain a survival
    mindset with this starter's list of the five basic survival skills
    a prepper needs to master to survive.

  • Defend yourself online! This isn't a guide about social
    media. It's about your reputation that's being harvested and
    published and how you can stop companies from publishing
    your data. Here's how to defend your online reputation.

  • Review of the best electrolyte powders and tabs!
    Excessive sweating from a strenuous activity or illness are
    just two reasons why you'll want to stockpile electrolytes.
    Here's a review of the best electrolytes to stockpile.

  • Preppers are going wild over wild lettuce. This natural
    pain reliever that's used in teas and tinctures is easy to
    grow and harvest. How to use wild lettuce prepping.

  • Essential oils for diabetics. These 15 essential oils support
    management of diabetes (and we have scientific proof).
    Check out the Essential oils for diabetes.

  • Crash Course in Morse Code! Preppers love Morse code
    because you can express communication on paper, through
    sound, visual clues, body language, flashlights and much
    more. Get started in Morse code now.

  • Prepper Toilets. If your #1 place to go #2 isn't available
    because the toilets won't flush, you must have an
    alternative sanitation plan. Read about your Prepper Toilet

  • Survival Psychology. What separates survivors from those
    who die? People who respond quickly, remain clear in head,
    focused in their task, and have a stress free attitude, have a

  • How many rolls of toilet paper do you use a week? A
    month? One way to find out is to save the toilet paper
    tubes! When you have this information, you'll be better able
    to know how much to toilet paper stockpile. Also be sure to
    know what to do when the toilet paper runs out.

  • The people of Venezuela don't even have toilet paper.
    Seven reasons why you'll want toilet paper tablets.

  • What's the best prepper protein possible? Canned meats!
    Check out the top ten canned meat options for your food
    storage to beef up your prepper's pantry.

  • Cook indoors in an emergency! When it's wet and rainy, or
    cold and snowy, how will you cook when the grid goes down?
    Can you take your off-grid cooking inside? Yes. Here are
    eleven ways to cook indoors in an emergency.

  • Homeless survival lessons. Could you survive the streets?
    The nights? The hunger? The cold? Being homeless isn't the
    same as bugging out. There are a different set of rules.
    Here's a prepper's guide to homelessness.

  • What are pilot crackers? Pilot crackers aren't ordinary
    crackers ~ they're a bread substitute to stockpile. They are a
    kind of modern day hard tack. Pilot crackers are worth
    storing for many reasons.

  • Prepper's Long-Term Survival Guide. Jim Cobb's classic
    Prepper's Long Term Survival Guide, pictured right is a
    prepper "go to" guide for preparedness to get you through an
    EMP or other catastrophic event. A prolific writer, you'll also
    enjoy Prepper's Financial Guide. It's filled with strategies  
    for preppers to invest, stockpile and build security for today
    and the post-collapse marketplace, every prepper should
    have this in their prepper library.

  • What's in the prepper's pantry? Below are some ideas to
    help build your stash.

  • When there is no bread and you have no yeast... Learn
    how to make no yeast bread! Making your own bread is fun
    and while yeast is an ingredient of many breads, here are
    some yeast-free bread recipes to try.

  • Do you have a fire escape mask? If you're a prepper you
    likely have a gas mask. They won't help you with smoke!
    Smoke will destroy the filters first, and then your lungs. Get
    a fire escape mask.

  • How much water should you have for an emergency? A
    family of four needs 270 gallons of water for a three month
    supply, according to Utah State University. That's entirely
    too many bottles of water to have in storage, which is why
    you need to look at all your options for emergency water
    storage. How to buy large water tanks.

  • How to buy large water tanks. Large water storage tanks
    provide the answer to your family's emergency water needs
    as a secondary source to the municipal water supply. No
    matter where you live, having a secondary supply of water is
    important. You can have large water tanks delivered! Here's
    what to know about large water tanks.

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