Survival Lessons

How To Harvest Rainwater For Your Survival Needs

Sometimes we take rainwater for granted especially if water supply is abundant. But in places where there is limited source of water and drought is a common occurrence,  rain water collection is very essential not only for plants and animals but for human survival as well. But if you think rainwater harvesting is as easy…

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SURVIVAL ADVENTURISTS MYTHS BUSTED

Are there prerequisites if one wishes to be a great  survival adventurists? Is there a certain age limit if you want to become a “Survivalist Traveler?” Some people say that only people who are young, fit, have the budget to travel, and have enough travel experience can go on the greatest survival travel adventures. Well,…

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Survival Tips During Winter

Surviving the freezing temperature of winter is not as easy as it sounds. And keeping ourselves warm is not just enough. Below are some tips and tricks on how we can survive the winter and the freezing cold that it brings. Also Read:  15 THINGS YOU NEED IN YOUR CAR THIS WINTER 1. Winter Preparedness…

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9 Things to Pack When Traveling

Whether it’s your first time traveling or the hundredth time, there are still essential things to pack when traveling to consider. And packing the right stuff for your travels is still a tricky one. Yes, you may have packed the right clothes and the right pair of shoes but what about the small things? Some…

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Why You Shouldn’t Plan on Living Off the Land

 Living off the land or Bugging out has become one of the hot topics that defines the prepping community. Everyone has a bug out bag and everyone is planning on getting out of Dodge if things fall apart. Part of that comes from the idea that many preppers are expecting a serious enough of a…

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Installing a Wood-Burning Stove Temporarily for Emergency Heat

One of the biggest problems associated with a loss of electrical power isn’t the loss of our televisions and computers; it’s the loss of heat. Home heating is all controlled electronically, so without electricity, it doesn’t work. Even gas heat or hot water heat won’t work, as electricity is needed for the blowers and pumps…

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Most Important Survival “Tool”: Right Attitude

Amidst all the work of stockpiling supplies and preparing survival equipment, it can be easy to forget about preparing the most important piece of survival equipment of all. In fact, some people do the exact opposite, fueling their fear. If there’s anything that can kill you in a survival situation, it’s having too much fear.…

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Preparing Your Car for Winter Survival

When winter arrives, there is also a very big chance that a dramatic snowfall will follow. Yes, I know, that the kid in all of us still loves the snow but at the same time, we are also aware of the inconvenience that winter snow brings. For those who drive every day, the roads during…

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Winter Survival in the Woods

Winter Survival is much more challenging than surviving in the summertime. Not only is there cold and snow to content with, but food is not as plentiful as it is in summertime. Making matters worse, the body needs more food in the wintertime, in order to produce heat. In ancient times, many people starved in…

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Starting a Fire in Wet Weather

When I think of bugging out, my imagination makes it seem like an extended camping trip. The weather is beautiful, the fish can’t wait to jump on my hook, there are berries in the woods and an occasional deer stops right in my sights, and starting a fire is just like second nature. Ahh, it…

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