Protect Your Home With a DIY Tripwire

A tripwire is one of the easiest, most basic ways to protect your home. It can act as a first alert, or as a more complicated alarm. Even better, a tripwire alarm is a simple project that takes minimal time, yet can be extremely beneficial to you and and your family.
The basic tools you need... Read More

Knitting Without Needles - Your Key To Winter Survival

One of the basics of emergency preparedness is having enough cold weather gear to stay warm wherever you are. You should have extra blankets and other cold weather gear in each of your cars, as well as in your 72 hour survival kits. However, even the most prepared person can find himself in need of... Read More

Global Food Shortage and Its Effect on the U.S.

According to the U.S. Agency of International Development, food production will be limited on a global scale by 2050. Senior science advisor Dr. Fred Davies said the world population will increase 30 percent to 9 billion people; this would call for a 70 percent increase in food to meet the demand of the world. As... Read More

10 Fun Activities to Prepare Your Kid For An Emergency

Teaching your kids the importance of emergency preparedness can sometimes be a little daunting. While it is an important skill set to have, grasping the attention and interest of a young child can be difficult. That’s why it is important to do fun activities to prepare your child for an emergency. To help, we will be... Read More

What to Keep in Your Winter Survival Kit

As we celebrate the beginning of the winter season, it’s important to your vehicles with a Winter Survival Kit that’ll keep you safe and warm. Most of the items already in your 72-hour kit are already sufficient to survive but withstanding a winter environment is a little different. There is the possibility of being exposed... Read More

Must Have Sanitation & Personal Hygiene Items For An Emergency

When a disaster or emergency strikes, it is important to have the necessary sanitation & personal hygiene items on hand to prevent you from getting sick. Especially if you have limited resources available. The truth is, most illnesses can be avoided with good hygiene. To help others prepare, even more, we are going to discuss... Read More

Should I Invest in A Bunker?

For some preppers, building up a sufficient amount of food and water storage is just the first step in their emergency preparedness plan. Some have also planned to have a bunker or bomb shelter on their property in the extreme cases that a natural disaster, civil unrest or nuclear attack were to happen and they... Read More

Common Questions about the ReadyQueue

Recently, we launched a new, innovative service that has changed emergency preparedness for the better. As you've seen on our website, we offer a service called the ReadyQueue. Now, what exactly is it? Great question! Today, we will be answering common questions about the ReadyQueue and how to make it a part of your emergency... Read More

Where Should You Hide Your Food Storage?

So you’ve already got enough food and water storage to last you for a couple months but where are you going to put it all? Better yet, how will you protect your hard earned food storage from looters in a state of emergency? Take a deep breath, we have a few suggestions of where you... Read More

How to Prepare and Protect Yourself Virtually

Recently, a friend of mine compared the amount of cyber crime happening online to the Wild West. Battling hackers and preventing cyber crime and hacktivist is a daily battle for big and small businesses. They are now required to take extra precautions with protecting their website since one vulnerability can do a lot of damage... Read More

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