10 Troubling Signs and Reasons You Should be Preparing for an Economic Collapse

10 Troubling Signs and Reasons You Should be Preparing for an Economic Collapse

Ten warning signs that an economic collapse may be just around the corner, and six steps you should take to safeguard yourself from the fallout.

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Staying cool without Air Conditioning: Tips for cooling off during a Power Outage

Staying cool without Air Conditioning: Tips for cooling off during a Power Outage

Keeping Cool without Power: During a grid down disaster, the ability to cool down is essential to your survival; learn how to keep cool when the power goes out…

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Finding Time for Preparedness: Bring Preparedness Related Training into your Everyday Life

June 9, 2015 by  
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Finding Time for Preparedness: Bring Preparedness Related Training into your Everyday Life

Preparedness is not a onetime event. Unfortunately, that’s how most people in this country deal with it. Here are some tips on how you can use everyday activities to increase your disaster readiness.

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Common Myths and Misconceptions About Preparedness

May 19, 2015 by  
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Common Myths and Misconceptions About Preparedness

When it comes to preparedness, there are a lot of misconceptions and myths out there. Unfortunately, the mainstream media likes to focus on the fringe, instead of looking at the very real need to be prepared.

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Staying Safe at Large Events

May 15, 2015 by  
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Staying Safe at Large Events

From sporting events and concerts to political rallies and even your Sunday church service, you need alert and ready to deal with a potentially life-threatening situation.

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