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How to Stock Up Survival Supplies Without Breaking the Bank

How to Stock Up Survival Supplies Without Breaking the Bank

May 21, 2021 | | 0 comments

It’s important to feel secure knowing you can survive a natural disaster or governmental failure. And that security comes from practicing emergency preparedness and stocking up survival supplies. However, if you take a list of survival supplies and add everything up, you will likely suffer from sticker shock. Emergency preparedness...

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What to Do If Disaster Strikes on Vacation

What to Do If Disaster Strikes on Vacation

March 04, 2020 | | 0 comments

  With spring break time here and summer not too far off, it’s easy to dream up our next fun vacation plan. Perhaps it’s the sun on an island, or breathing in crisp, fresh air in a national park. While shopping for beach gear and reviewing accommodation options, its key...

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Disaster Preparedness for Women 101

Disaster Preparedness for Women 101

January 29, 2020 | | 0 comments

Daily life as a woman includes a few aspects that men don’t have to worry themselves with. For example, remembering to stock up on menstrual cycle products every month. Or nursing and pumping milk. Or warding off and treating yeast infections. These aspects of being a woman don’t simply disappear...

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When Governments Kill the Internet

When Governments Kill the Internet

December 30, 2019 | | 0 comments

Many people in the Western world consider internet access to be a fundamental right. Our ability to instantly communicate with our friends and family, access information, and generate income using internet connection is easily taken for granted here in the United States.  However, our ability to access and connect to...

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3 Locations to Avoid during a Disaster

3 Locations to Avoid during a Disaster

September 18, 2019 | | 0 comments

When it comes to disaster planning and preparedness strategies, naturally you may zero in on assessing and determining where to go to seek safety and shelter. However, it’s equally important to know which areas to avoid during a disaster. Some places will without a doubt be overwhelmed by panicked individuals...

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Tips to Ensure Financial Security During A Disaster

Tips to Ensure Financial Security During A Disaster

June 06, 2019 | | 0 comments

When discussing preparedness, there are several questions we each need to address. How will you locate food? What is your escape route - or your bug-in plan? How will you charge your devices (flashlights, 2-way radios, cell phones)? When disasters happen, do you have the funds to weather the storm...

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Lessons from Nebraska to Tennessee: Tips to Survive Flooding Fallout

Lessons from Nebraska to Tennessee: Tips to Survive Flooding Fallout

March 29, 2019 | | 0 comments

With springtime here, it’s time to celebrate the warmer temperatures, blooming flowers, and Easter holidays. However, good things also bring about their fair share of downsides. In this case--springtime means a higher risk of flooding. “April showers bring May flowers,” but it also brings risks of damage to your home,...

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Lessons from the Northeast Blackout of 2003

Lessons from the Northeast Blackout of 2003

November 08, 2018 | | 0 comments

Sometimes, the smallest of actions can create a ripple affecting an extremely large system. That’s exactly what happened in 2003 when the northeastern United States was hit with a major power outage. What became known as the Northeast Blackout of 2003 was the largest blackout in North American history to...

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Special Report: Building a Culture of Preparedness

Special Report: Building a Culture of Preparedness

April 08, 2018 | | 0 comments

Building a Culture of Preparedness In FEMA's 2018-2022 Strategic Plan, recently published and outlined in comments to the House Homeland Security Committee – the first strategic goal reads: "building a culture of preparedness." Seeing this intrigued me. As most in the prepper community, I've been skeptical of FEMA for some...

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Clutter is a Prepper's Worst Enemy

Clutter is a Prepper's Worst Enemy

April 08, 2018 | | 0 comments

We all know preparedness is a journey. Journeys take time. Over this course of time, we add supplies and contingencies to our preps. We become more self-reliant, but we also have even more of a need for organization. I realized how important this was recently while visiting a preparedness-minded friend....

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Salvage Today's Food Supply to Protect Tomorrow's

April 06, 2018 | | 0 comments

SALVAGE TODAY’S FOOD SUPPLY TO PROTECT TOMORROW’S 31% of all available food in the U.S. goes to waste. Let’s break down what that means for the average household. According to a report from the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), "American families throw out approximately 25 percent of the food and...

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Without Practice, Plans Are Only Intentions

April 06, 2018 | | 0 comments

WITHOUT PRACTICE, PLANS ARE ONLY INTENTIONS There is a reason we say at MPS that preparedness is a journey. Many of us are excellent in the planning phases. Others are better at executing plans. To be truly self-reliant and prepared, we must all learn to be good at both.  ...

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