Survival and Self-sufficiency
Personal Liberty provides you with the tips and tools you need to prepare for you and your family’s survival in case of a natural disaster or complete economic collapse. Learn to lead a self-sufficient lifestyle without fear of doomsday.
I’m really shocked that we haven’t seen more garbage along with this election, and I can’t help but think that we’re going to see it all at once. You should pay close attention to everything that’s about to go down in the next few weeks.
Whether you’re a prepper or an outdoor enthusiast who likes to get away from the modern world for days at a time, you know that there are still a pesky few electronic devices that you would like to keep charged even when a power source is miles away.
While there are hundreds of bacteria, there are relatively few that cause most of the problems in people. They can be classified into four classes: gram positive, gram negative, anaerobes and others.
Preppers in the Northeast should prepare for some harrowing weather next week as what is being dubbed as a “perfect storm” is predicted by forecasters and could affect people from North Carolina to Nova Scotia.
According to the United Nations, world grain reserves are so dangerously low that severe weather in the United States or other food-exporting countries could trigger a major hunger crisis next year.
Hopefully you have a safe place where you and your family can go in the event of a cataclysmic disaster. But there’s no reason you have to be uncomfortable. Al’s Army Navy Store in Altamonte Springs, Fla., can help you live luxuriously when the apocalypse arrives.
One of the cornerstones of preparedness is storing food. No one argues the point of whether food is important. What I have found, though, is that not too many discussions occur about where these rations will be stored.
While the government recommended level of preparedness is currently three days, history tells us that people should really expect to be YOYO (You’re On Your Own) for about seven days.
After a major disaster like the earthquake in Japan or Hurricane Katrina, it takes about three to four days for first responders to get through the rubble and chaos. Then it takes another couple of days for them to deal with high-level emergencies such as those who are dying, rioters, nuclear meltdowns and the like. By the time government and nonprofit organizations can get to the basic needs of you and your family, you will likely find that you have been YOYO for almost a week.
There are all kinds of places to get survival items such as Goodwill Industries, Deseret Industries, thrift shops, estate sales, yard sales, garage sales, fundraisers, pawn shops, flea markets, moving sales and Internet sites such as Craigslist, Half.com, eBay and Amazon.
One of the most important things you can do to prepare for a crisis is to always be learning. I know that sounds like a tough thing to do, but in reality, you can learn new tricks and tips every day.