As promised a while ago, I will continue to review some of the prepping gear I own. Today, the Gerber Bear Grylls survival hatchet is in the spotlight. It is one of the best compact survival hatchets available on the market and it is considered a lifesaving aid in building a shelter and a campfire.
A number one contender, when attempting to survive any type of situation, is the heavy hitter we all know of as stress. It is an absolutely inescapable part of life. Seldom is the case when one finds himself totally eradicated of stress. Abolishing stress wouldn’t be the appropriate solution, in any fashion, as stress is but another form of a lesson. How one copes with this stress, now that is VITAL!
“Doomsday Preppers” have taken into careful consideration the different situations and scenarios in which survival prepping would be necessary, and one situation that may require attention is protection against sarin gas attacks or other chemical warfare releases in your environment.
Virtual reality has been the trendiest topic in tech for a few years running now, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down in 2018. CES, always the biggest tech conference of the year, has already come and gone and many of the headlines made related to virtual reality. It’s something that’s going to keep evolving this year and for years to come, and in a way that means we probably don’t really understand VR’s potential and impact just yet.
Getting back to nature is one of the last remaining pleasures we as Americans can all agree on. The great outdoors, however, is not a place to be taken lightly. Every year campers tragically die in situations that could’ve been easily avoided. Thankfully this is rare. What’s more common is that every year countless campers endure nights of terrible sleep thanks to poor preparation.
For the Americans, the time of Great Depression is unforgettable. It was the nation’s most serious economic tragedy during the time of modern history. The biggest misfortune was the fact that the nation’s working class had the full burden of it squarely on their shoulders due to which they wrestled badly for their survival during this most difficult period. The following great depression foods helped them survive when nothing else was available.
Studying abroad is an enthralling experience for most students. You get to experience a new culture, meet new people, learn a foreign language and enjoy the local cuisine while in college. In addition to that, it offers a great opportunity to learn and grow academically, professionally and personally.
People enjoy telling stories to their friends, family, or colleagues. The digital era enabled us to exchange anecdotes and life events with other surfers or followers and the Internet is now crowded with personal stories all over the globe. It seems like everyone has something more all less interesting to share with the world these days.
Most of the Preppers that I know are aware of the fact that money isn’t real. It’s an idea, a representation of something else. That two dollars in your pocket is the idea of a cup of coffee after work on Monday. However, to be able and buy the same coffee in the future for the same amount of effort, requires proper knowledge and making the right investments for you and your family. Each investment strategy fits certain needs, but for preppers, things can get much more complicated due to their belief system.
A natural disaster is a catastrophic event caused by intense rain, wind, fire and earthquakes. Although there isn’t much that can be done to prevent these events from happening, there are steps homeowners can take to ensure that their property is secure and that their family is safe throughout the disaster. Generally speaking, when it comes to home, most people envision a safe environment, which makes sense, right? Everyone wants their home to be safe.
As you should probably know by now, the first 60 minutes after SHTF could be the most critical moments of your life. That time-frame is crucial for your well-being and the lives of the ones you love. This is what you need to do and learn how proper planning prevents poor performance when things go south.
During this time of year, a lot of people are affected by hypothermia. Many of them have no idea what hypothermia really is or what its symptoms are. When people feel cold they power through as they think it’s normal and soon enough things get worse, especially if they drink the wrong beverages.
Traveling through the wilderness requires for you to learn how to use all your senses. The more you learn to merge your senses, the more you will be able to enjoy the environment, but also make it safer when navigating through. The following natural navigation methods should be known by anyone who plans on spending a great deal of time in nature.