Category Archives for "Emergency Preparedness"
Inclement weather seems to be at the top of the news these last few weeks. Floods, blizzards, and tornados are affecting both small and large homes and their owners. The Red Cross recommends that these items be kept on hand for emergency situations such as power outages, downed trees, and blocked roads. This winter has … Read moreContinue reading
A network is very much like a spider web that interconnects with everyone that you associate with, help and befriend. Although commonly overlooked, it could very easily be the most important part of your preps that you’ll ever have. To expound, if you are ever forced to choose between having a good network and losing … Read moreContinue reading
How to filter water from a stream without a fire and no modern-day equipment You’re lost in the woods and you have no canteen, no way to purify the water and no ability to make a fire. At this point, you’ve got less than 3 days to figure something out before you die of dehydration. … Read moreContinue reading
Over the last couple of years, I’ve been thinking of adding a new section to the Tiny House Blog. Along the lines of living tiny and within your means is the idea of being prepared for the unexpected. It could be a natural disaster, an interrupted shipping system as we’ve seen in the last year … Read moreContinue reading