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The 10 Essentials are widely revered in hiking circles as necessary equipment needed for safety and survival in the event of an emergency.
What are the 10 Essentials? Why should you carry them? When should you carry them? What use are these 10 Essentials to the prepper ?
In this episode, we will answer these questions and make recommendations for assembling your own version of the 10 essentials or adding a few of th...
As spring approaches we begin to see an increase in thunderstorms which bring with them the threat of high winds, lightning strikes, flooding, and tornadoes.
Today we'll talk about how you can prepare and protect yourself and your family from these weather anomalies.
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Good sanitation practices always make sense. However, in an emergency situation, it can make the difference between sickness and health, and possibly even life and death.
Tornadoes, hurricanes, severe thunderstorms, flooding, and extreme weather events can easily knock out power in your home. What should you do in case of a power outage?
Water, shelter, and food are all essential for survival. In a grid-down situation, you won’t last long without it. While your food storage may last for a while, what happens if the world doesn’t get back to normal? What will happen when the food storage runs out?
In this episode, we’ll cover some of the basics for starting a prepper’s garden.
Probably the most important skill one could learn is How To Filter and Purify water. If you find yourself without water you can’t just waltz up to the nearest puddle or stream and drink away. Most all our water sources today have some type of contamination. Whether it be chemical, bacteria, or other nasty little things that seek to cause us harm.
In today's episode, we’ll discuss filtering and disinfecting water ...
Following a disaster, clean drinking water may not be available, or your regular water source could become contaminated. In this episode, we’ll talk about how you can prepare yourself for an emergency by creating and storing a supply of water that will meet your family’s needs.
We’ve all heard the phrase “Be aware of your surroundings.” Typically, this saying is used in relation to personal safety. For example, if you’re walking alone at night, you should be cognizant of what’s going on around you and be prepared to react if you perceive a threat. If you’re driving a car, you should be aware of other drivers and try to anticipate their actions, such as someone slamming on their brakes or s...
Start an Emergency Food Pantry
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For Centuries, food pantries were an essential space in every household. Weekly trips to the market were impractical or impossible, and families relied on their pantries to get them through the lean winter months.
Today, most people live a short drive away from the grocery store, so organizing a home food pantry might seem unnecessary.
One of the biggest benefits of a home food pantry is ...
Your mind can be the most powerful survival tool that you have at your disposal when used properly! A survival mindset will help you survive even when you have no tools, equipment, or supplies. With the proper training, you can develop the psychological skills of Attitude, Adaption, and Awareness essential to your survival!
Your mission in any survival situation is to stay alive. During a survival situation, you'...
After an emergency, local responders and relief workers will show up on the scene but they can’t reach everyone immediately. You could get help in hours or it could take weeks.
Basic services such as electricity, water, gas, sewage treatment, and telephones may be cut off for days, weeks, or even longer.
Are you prepared to provide the basic needs of your family, such as food, water, and other supplies?
Today we’ll tak...
Usually, when we think about disasters we think of tornadoes, floods, fires, or hurricanes. However, the most common disasters are usually financial in nature. Sudden loss of employment, unforeseen medical expenses, or disasters like floods and fires all have severe Financial consequences.
In today’s episode, I'll give you some tips on gaining control of your finances and we’ll discuss the 4 steps to creating a f...
Making a family emergency plan is by far the most important part of your overall emergency disaster planning.
If a disaster or emergency were to strike, Do you have a Plan?
If you have children, who will pick them up from school? Will that be Mom, Dad, or both? Will you pick up the children and meet at home? If your family or household gets separated, how will you contact one another? How/where will you reconnect? I...
By having an emergency disaster plan in place you can reduce the impact of disasters and sometimes avoid the danger completely.
Here at Typical Prepping, we’ll present a disaster preparedness topic each week with actionable tips and strategies that you can implement to start or grow your personal disaster preparedness plan. Thanks for stopping by to listen today, Please join us on our upcoming episodes!
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