This Week’s Best Survival Posts
At Expert Prepper we’re committed to bringing you the best survival posts and preparedness information.
There was a lot of great stuff out there this week, from survival gear reviews to breaking news and the latest and greatest survival tips.
Check out this weeks top blog posts below:
How to Avoid Getting Robbed During the Holiday Season
It seems that during the holiday season more and more thieves are out and about. A couple of days ago I heard on the news that armed men robbed a lady who was who unloading packages in her own driveway. The cops were not sure if the thieves followed the shopper from the mall or they were just cruising around looking for an opportunity to target unsuspecting victims.
Creating a Prepper Group: How To Assess Family Members During a Crisis
This article is going to give some pointers on continuous assessment of family members during a SHTF scenario. Some of you may wonder what that is all about. The concept is simple: as a survivor, you will need to wear “many hats” on the team (your family) that you’re a part of. The best way to ensure continuity and success is to address problems before they arise or nip them in the bud in their infancy.
11 Mistakes and Goofs That Every Prepper Should Avoid
We have all done it – made a mistake with our preps that was either a stupid use of our time, a waste of our money, or both. The good news is that with a couple of years of prepping experience behind you, you will begin to recognize those things that are worthwhile and those that are folly.
I say this from personal experience. This year I have completely overhauled my bug out bag, started over with my pocket survival kit and EDC, and have shifted my focus on food storage from anything and everything, to a more select group of products that are good tasting and simple to prepare.
(I made the mistake of not having done #5 and I do #8, but I am fixing that this weekend)
Why You Need Guns: 3 Reasons Firearms Play a Vital Role in Your Defensive Plan
By the theOrganicPrepper.ca
To me, preppers and guns go together like peas and carrots.I strongly believe that firearms are a necessary part of a home defense plan. So imagine my surprise when I got a negative response to a meme I posted shortly after the massacre in Paris.
As it turns out, there are quite a few people in the lifestyle that actually do not believe in having firearms. (WHAT!?!?)