I know — food storage, survival planning, gathering survival supplies, survival skills — it all seems overwhelming. Every day there are headlines in the news that "should" motivate each of us to prepare as quickly as we can.
Survival planning isn't just for "the other guy." Adversity can happen to any of us. Unemployment, hurricane season, floods, storms that knock out power, and other disasters happen fairly often — somewhere in the world.
Subscribe to the Family Survival Planning Newsletter to get the latest updates from the blog with timely articles, sale notifications, new recipes, product reviews. and a few fun freebies.
Besides adding to your own survival supplies, remember what great gifts freeze-dried food or other survival supplies will make to adult children, kids, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors.
Save money on groceries and increase your buying power.
Self defense outside and inside of the home are both controversial subjects that are in the news frequently. This article will focus on certain aspects of these subjects.
Create an emergency communications plan for your family to keep in touch in a crisis, whether at home, work or school. ">
Thinking about a worst case scenario, we might want turn to the older generation for help in learning survival skills.
What to Put in a Child's Survival Kit. Children can carry their bag if it is an appropriate weight.