According to the statistics, Americans consume more than 400 million cups of coffee per day. That adds up to over 146 billion cups a year. The United States leads the way in coffee consumption in the world. Can you get along without your morning cup, or afternoon cup or one after … [Read more...] about Can’t Live without Coffee Once the SHTF: Sharpen Your Pencil and take Notes
You may want to consider the possibility if there is a major crisis that befalls this country. Regardless of the situation, you will need a shelter, and some people and families are choosing to live in a van right now. It is a way of life for some, no crisis needed. However, a … [Read more...] about Could You Live In a Van?
A camp can be considered any area you take over for an hour, a day or occupy for a few weeks. If for whatever reason, you had to abandon your home during a crisis, then you need to set up residence elsewhere, and it may very well be outdoors in which you have to survive. Keep in … [Read more...] about Camp Safety Once the SHTF
From 2005-2014, there were an average of 3,536 unintentional drowning deaths (non-boating related) annually in the United States. This is about ten deaths per day. An additional 332 people died each year from drowning in boating-related incidents. About one in five people who die … [Read more...] about River Crossing: Getting Across Safely
This article will focus on security in a mostly rural area "Mostly rural" can mean that you do have neighbors, but they are not what most would consider within shouting distance, so in other words, if you have a security breach, then you are likely on your own. They say that … [Read more...] about Layers of Security for Your Rural Home or Compound