4 Things You Need To Know To Survive

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Survival preppers have great ideas on what to do to survive in many situations whether it is the end of the world apocalypse, zombie outbreak, alien invasion or just a natural disaster of some sort. There’s an important element of most the survival techniques and plans that is actually very smart for any kind of unexpected incident.  They refer to it as a “get home bag” or a “bug out bag.” These bags contain survival gear and supplies that are usually meant to help you survive for at least seventy-two hours (three days) or preferably even longer. These bags are put in your home, car, office or wherever you think is most useful to keep it readily available in a time of need...

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Basics of Earthquake Survival Kits

Basics of Earthquake Survival Kits

Before one can begin to discuss the basic items that should be inside an earthquake survival kit, one should first note down several things about it. The most important principle of making an earthquake survival kit is mobility. You have to make a kit that will pack all your essentials, which shall be mentioned later, without reducing your ability to move around too much. Some people think that if you hoard in an entire grocery store, it will increase your chances, but doing so will only make it a problem for you to go from one place to another and in a situation where debris can be coming from everywhere, you need to be as mobile as you can.

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Creating a College Survival Kit Your Child Will Use

Creating a College Survival Kit Your Child Will Use

There are a lot of places out there that offer college survival kits. If you want to buy one for your college student, that can be a costly wager unless you know exactly what is included in the kit. You need to know that the kit is filled with items your child needs and can use.

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What to Consider When You Buy Survival Gear

What to Consider When You Buy Survival Gear

When you are looking to buy survival gear for yourself, your family, or your organization, there are several things to consider. The following items will help you to purchase the basic items you need to provide life sustaining services should a disaster strike you or your group.

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